Electro-Harmonix Micro Pog Polyphonic Octave Generator Guitar Effects Pedal

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Why just play one chord or note at a time when you can play three? The Electro-Harmonix Micro POG expands your sonic territory with a three-octave spread from your original note, allowing you emulate a twelve-string guitar, an eight-string bass, even an organ.

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The Legenday and classic original POG won top awards from every major magazine on every continent for its flawless polyphonic tracking and musical flexibility. The Micro POG delivers the same perfect tracking and smooth polyphony in a simplified design. Now in a small pedalboard-friendly diecast chassis, the Micro POG delivers and will blow you away the first time you use it.

Features

  • Polyphonic super fast tracking: play chords, arpeggios or single notes with no glitches

  • Adjustable original pitch volume

  • Adjustable one octave up volume

  • Adjustable one octave down volume

  • Amazing 12 string guitar

  • Easily turns your guitar into a bass

  • Church organ to Hammond like organ sounds

  • Dry output jack in addition to the effect output jack

  • Tough and compact die-cast chassis

  • 96DC-200BI power supply included


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Listed3 years ago
ConditionMint (Used)
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Why just play one chord or note at a time when you can play three? The Electro-Harmonix Micro POG expands your sonic territory with a three-octave spread from your original note, allowing you emulate a twelve-string guitar, an eight-string bass, even an organ.