The Electro-Harmonix Micro POG polyphonic octave generator pedal can make your guitar sing like a 12-string, emulate an organ, and get some truly one-of-a-kind sounds without glitches. It works killer with bass, too, giving your bottom end even more bottom, and some truly funky options to dial in your tone! You can dial in one octave up with the Micro POG's Octave Up knob, while a Sub Octave knob adds a lower octave. A Dry knob blends in the amount of effect, while the small, strong housing makes the Micro POG a perfect addition to your pedalboard.
WHAT MAKES THIS GREAT
The Micro POG is a poly (multiple) phonic (sound) octave generator, which means that when you play a note or notes on your guitar, the Micro POG generates two other notes for each note you played: one an octave below and one an octave above.
The magic happens by blending the dry signal, sub octave and higher octave with three separate knobs. Go all dry by turning that knob all the up and the others completely down, or all effect by turning the Dry knob completely down. With Dry knob all the way off, you can go all sub octave and emulate a bass, or go all octave up for a Whammy-like squeal. With the Dry knob dimed and the octave up around 3 o'clock, you can approximate a 12-string. With all knobs around 2 o'clock, it's a good starting point for getting the type of organ sound at the start of John Mayer's track "In Repair."
Polyphonic super fast tracking: play chords, arpeggios or single notes with no glitches
Adjustable dry signal volume
Adjustable one octave up volume
Adjustable one octave down volume
Amazing 12 string guitar like sounds
Easily turns your guitar into a bass
Church organ to Hammond like organ sounds
Dry output jack in addition to the effect output jack