[Harp-L] The POG 2

Ben Bouman benbouman16@xxxxx
Sat Oct 7 03:48:15 EDT 2017

Hi Martin

Here’s another solution: TC-Electronics Sub ’n Up octaver.
On the internet you can download “tone prints” and store these in the stomp box. 
There is a tone print called: Polyphonic Organ Generator . That’s the one that I’m using in this video:
https://www.facebook.com/Benboumanharmonicas/videos/vb.400325680033084/1489378184461156/?type=2&theater&comment_id=1489411867791121&notif_t=video_comment&notif_id=1507316773066773 <https://www.facebook.com/Benboumanharmonicas/videos/vb.400325680033084/1489378184461156/?type=2&theater&comment_id=1489411867791121&notif_t=video_comment&notif_id=1507316773066773>

You can use it as a monophonic or polyphonic octaver, you can program your own sounds on your computer and store them etc etc.

Fair price/small stomp box…. Perfect for what I want/need :-))

> Op 5 okt. 2017, om 23:38 heeft martin oldsberg via Harp-L <harp-l at xxxxx> het volgende geschreven:
> After an interesting encounter with the EHX pedal POG 2 I´m seriously considering a purchase. It aínt cheap, however (probably more expensive here in Sweden than in the US), and I wonder if there are any users of it who has noticed drawbacks (aside from the price) or generally unappealing features that has, so to speak, shown themselves along the way? 
> I´ve already asked at the MBH forum but those blues guys may not feel the same urgent need as others to sound like a church organ. I found it absolutely hilarious and immediately saw a new harmonica career taking shape.
> Cheers,Martin

Kindest regards, met vriendelijke groeten,

Ben Bouman

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