Organ sounds with the micro-pog

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Fatso Forgottso, Mar 4, 2008.

  1. Fatso Forgottso

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    voojo Gold Supporting Member

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    Hey that sounds pretty darn good! I would like to get a Micro Pog to try out. The regular POG is awesome but just too big. Thanks for the video!

    Seth
     
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    sweet! i was wondering how the micro pog matched up to the bigger brother...but that sounds pretty cool.
     
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    Sweet! I was able to pull of similar convincing tones, but used Volume > MicroPOG > DE-7 (on the verge of oscillation) > DD-20.

    Taming the oscillation with your swells really adds to the depth of the organ tone. It's pretty wild.
     
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    so lets hear it with a leslie sim. B3 from your guitar.
     
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    ah i really wish i had a leslie sim with which to accomplish those actions.
     
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    Arion Sch-z works pretty well. Their is a good one in the Yamaha magicstomp.
     

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