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Re: Boss PS-6 as a tool for looped bass.

Thanks for response. I'm familiar with MicroPOG and I like it, but I
dislike it's size (yes it's micro, but still bigger than regular boss
pedal, I have no enough room in my pedalboard) and I like extra
features of PS-6 (detune, s-bend) which MicroPOG lacks while it have
the same features (octave lower, octave higher and both together), the
only differences that in microPOG it's possible to change level of
each tone (dry, oct down, oct up) while it's impossible with PS-6.

2011/11/27 andy butler <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk>:
> Boris Plotnikov wrote:
>>  I also thought about MicroPOG but it's a bit bigger in size and have
>> no more features except octaves.
> The MicroPog lower octave tracks very fast.
> ...but has it's own sound you may not like.
> (the high octave is delayed a bit...and out of tune).
> The electro harmonix Octave Multiplexer only does
> octave down, and won't work with chords,
> but it has by far the best sound for bass lines.
> andy

Thanks, Boris Plotnikov