Sub 'N' Up Octaver is the new leader of the pitch-pack. Featuring our superb next generation octave-engine and individual blend controls for dry, octave up and two sub-octaves, Sub 'N' Up is set to deliver flawless octave tones whether you're play...
Sub 'N' Up Octaver is the new leader of the pitch-pack. Featuring our superb next generation octave-engine and individual blend controls for dry, octave up and two sub-octaves, Sub 'N' Up is set to deliver flawless octave tones whether you're playing complex chords or groovy single-note lines. And with the option of adding modulation to the mix via our high-powered TonePrint editor, for spacey ambient octaves, Sub 'N' Up Octaver truly is the definition of pitch perfection.
I’ve been chasing an elusive sound. A pipe organ type thing. Modulated like a rotary speaker, but bassy. I run with a Strymon Lex which is one of my all-time favorite pedals. And then, I found this thing I didn’t know I was missing: the TC Sub’N’Up. The price is approachable to begin with. Christmas deals made it even more so. Cash worries swept aside, I took a chance. What I tripped into is a super-cool, fun-inspiring and insanely musical pedal. This really is an instrument sitting in line with the guitar and it is a blast to play with. What has not been a blast is the “Toneprint” thing. It’s gotta be more than a marketing gimmick, but the technical complexity has proven to be a barrier for me. Power-user I am not. I’ve spent my time playing and have stayed out of the Toneprint rabbit hole. Toneprint aside, I really dig this thing. Like a wah or envelop filter, it takes a bit of noodling to find strike gold with consistency. I’ve hit some really discordant mud, but this is more a testament to my messy playing and lack of precision than any issue with this cool little box. I dig it! ~m
I've had this pedal for about 6 months now and am not tired of playing with it yet. Great for Guitar and Bass it can actually give you 2 layers of octave, below and or above the root pitch you play. You have to try it.