Let’s have a closer look at the Boss Super Octaver OC-3, why don’t we? With three modes that also includes a drive/fuzz mode you do get some more variation in this stomp… Some will like it and some will not, it’s just that effect an octaver has on people I guess.
The Super Octaver OC-3 has one in for guitar and one for bass, so of course I test both even though I don’t really know why you wanna use an octaver for the bass (the sub-bass audience boo’s wildy). And just because I love it so much I also add the Morley Bad Horsie 2 wha – just to make fun even funner.
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BOSS Super Octaver OC-3
Morley Bad Horsie 2
Tokai LC107-S (Tokai PAF MK2S)
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