So I've never felt like I needed an octave pedal, but with all those options that's a REALLY good price. I always saw that as more of a pitch shifter than a dedicated octaver. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. I should have mentioned that I run a split signal out to a guitar and bass rig and my aim is to write songs for a heavy two-piece à la Lightning Bolt and Royal Blood. Def not identical, but I can’t say which is better as they both do the job for me. 30 song live audition - Not much fun for me, Guy Buys $40K Cello for a Couple of Hundred, and Shows it Off. There’s nothing more disappointing than getting an octave pedal and then finding out it’s tracking sucks. Thank you for your support! Sub 'n' Up just feels more friendly and sensitive. I'm sticking with the SnU after reading all this Hopefully I'll get to replace it in September, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the guitarpedals community. Man. Whammy, it sounds much better (natural) comparing to POG. I had a SubNup (upgraded from the Mooer Pure Octave) and I absolutely the responsiveness and tracking on it but I also know the EH POG gets a lot of love and I always wanted to own a Digitech Whammy too. I find the pog is a little more clean in its tone. Oh, the confusion. EHX Micro POG vs. TC Electronic Sub n Up Bass Demo - YouTube There’s nothing more disappointing than getting an octave pedal and then finding out it’s tracking sucks. The POG2 has some cool features including swelling and presets. Sub 'n' … nothing to worry about here. 100 mA or more (not supplied). But based on what you've said the pog is worth the extra money. Splitting hairs at that point. The place for all things related to guitar pedals. Found no use for the poly and analogue settings yet . Both of these have great tracking. Posts: 565. EuroBailey Tele-Holic. SUB N UP VS POG. If that's the case, the TC Electronic Sub N Up might be right up your alley. I recently sold off a bunch of gear to pay off some debt but I'll soon be rebuilding my pedal board back to full glory. I had intended to put a Pitchfork in the effects loop of my Superego. Well I can vouch that the tracking and blending options on the SubNup are slick as fuck. That's not too long of a wait. The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. However, thought I'd use the opportunity to get the best tools for the job. It requires less power, smaller footprint, and it has 3 modes (+ a 2 sub octave but that was inconsequential to me). The TC Electronics Sub ‘N’ Up Mini Octaver pedal is the ‘little brother’ in the Sub ‘N’ Up octaver range, to the … I will say that the subnups analog octave divider setting tracks bass notes much better. 14. Micro pog v pitchfork v sub n up Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by EuroBailey, Aug 2, 2016. It really depends what kind of sound/vibe you like. So if you need fast monophonic tones that is a good way to go. Posted by 2 years ago. Supporting Members list unlimited gear with no listing fees in the Classifieds, get instant Keyword Alerts, and get Free Shipping at the TalkBass Store. ), but then again if I were a touring pro, I’d go with the pog because of the presets. Your TC ELECTRONIC effect pedal requires a 9 V power supply providing . POG2 is in storage while the sub n up is on my board now. What are the benefits of the Pitchfork? It has a big click and needs quite some force to click it. Both of these have great tracking. in terms of “tone”, I think the sub n up poly mode sounds similar to the POG.