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Re: Noisy Footswitches Slight Return/Cellofects

Is that the old brown pedal with the option for two sub-octaves?  
That's a whole different (and more difficult to manage) beast.  And in 
general, the harmonizer effects become less effective with lower 
incoming pitches, so what works for viola or guitar might not be so 
groovy on cello.


On Saturday, July 5, 2003, at 09:47 AM, zoekeating.com wrote:

> I've got a Boss Octave pedal but don't use it much because the sound
> quality is so strange. It's ok for a low, rumble effect here and there.
>> A violist I know uses that Boss Harmonist pedal, and it sounds great
>> and I never hear about any tracking problems.
>> Travis H
>> On Friday, July 4, 2003, at 06:14 AM,
>> Loopers-Delight-d-request@loopers-delight.com wrote:
>>> We also talked a little about effects on the cello;
>>> can any of you with looped/amplified cello experience
>>> recommend a good sub-octave device, something that
>>> tracks well with a cello and puts out a monster bass
>>> sound?