Who makes a SMALL clean octave pedal?

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  1. justonwo

    justonwo Member

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    Needs to be Hammond 4"x2" size to fit my board (i.e., Sunface/Lovepedal/etc. size).
     
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    Lovepedal Octave planet can be use clean or dirty and works everywhere on the neck...Awesome...:dude
     
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    I don't know about 4x2, but the Lovepedal Octave Planet (Believe) is an awesome octave pedal in a small format. (It is not a fuzz like many others.)
     
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    The 4" x 2" is the standard small rectangular Hammond box. Thanks for the suggestion, guys.

    Maybe I don't know exactly what I'm looking for. I already have a Freakshow Maharishi, which covers the Octavia sound pretty well. What I'm looking for is that 70s octave sound that you hear in lots of solos (at least I think you do). One example is the song "Dogs" on Pink Floyd's "Animals" album. It sounds like two guitars singing on top of each other, one an octave up. To me, the Octavia is a little more fizzly than that sound, with less sustain.
     
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    That sounds to me like a doubled track with one an octave higher. I would not be surprised if I am wrong though.

    Maybe a POG type pedal would work?
     
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    Yeah, I was just going to suggest a Micro-Pog.
     
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