[Harp-L] Octave effects
Sun Nov 11 11:16:16 EST 2018
I agree with Richard Hunter that the Digitech RP series of multi-effects
pedals are great deals, but if you want to experiment with a octave
device without popping for a RP, the Mooer Pure Octave has eleven
different choices (1 up/1 down, 2 up/1 down etc.) and you can control
the amount of upper and lower modulation and the wet/dry mix. I paid
about $60 for mine.
I can get some nice organ tones out of it on the Harmonicaster, even
without chorus and rotary effects, though adding those effects make it
sound even more like a Hammond.
The Digitech RP pedals are a great way to try out effects and see if you
like what they do and if a dedicated pedal for that effect makes sense
for you. I like my Boss Katana amp with built in effects, but for some
reason Boss only lets you daisy chain three effects so for some stuff
you're still going to need outboard pedals.
The Electric Harmonica Co.
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