Octave Up/Down pedals

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  1. henryjurstin13

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    I'm trying to look at all the options of buying a 2nd Micro Pog. I'm assuming this quest must stay polyphonic, since I like doing things other than just 1 note at a time (i.e. chords).... I've got an original POG and a POG2, but I'm focused on finding other pedals like the Micro.

    What else is out there that is like a Micro Pog, but isn't the Micro Pog?
    - Small
    - Dry signals
    - Octave up
    - Octave down
    - No extra fuzz/synth/dist/etc...
     
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    I'm in the same boat as you, and I'm waiting til March when the EQD Organizer comes out. It appears to be everything I'm looking for...and it fits your description perfectly as well. Search it on here or Google.
     
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    Organizer is definitely on my radar.... basically, I just got to wondering what else existed in terms of competition for the Micro POG. Looks like that corner of the market is pretty bare....

    Z Cat pedal looks very cool -- are those available in the US?

    Red Witch synthotron looks fun, but more than I need & Red Witch is PRICEY!!!
     
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    The only thing I've seen that looks like it functions like the Micro POG is the TRex Octavius. I've never played it so I can't compare, but feature-wise it looks the same.
     

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