This pedal offers everything from pristine polyphonic octaves to gritty old-school monophonic tones.

Denmark (May 2, 2016) -- Sub 'N' Up Octaver is the latest addition to TC Electronic's line of game-changing TonePrint pedals. With its next-generation octave engine, this pedal offers everything from pristine polyphonic octaves to gritty old-school monophonic tones right out of the box. While TonePrint and its built-in modulation algorithm opens up a world full of otherworldly octave tones never heard before.

Features:

  • Next generation octave engine - For flawless polyphonic tracking
  • Cool old-school monophonic octaver
  • TonePrint-engine with modulation

$129 street

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