Digitech Drop (octave Pedal) Demo Part 2

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  1. littlebadboy

    littlebadboy Well-Known Member

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    Recorded everything last summer, with my daughter assisting me.

    In this Part 2 segment, I showcased how the Drop can handle picking, strumming, chugging, and soloing with harmonics from original tune all the way down to one octave.



    Enjoy!
     
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    very cool pedal. I use the zoom pedal down Octave effect to almost simulate the sound of a vibraphone soloing over a simple jazz bass line. Loads of fun
     
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    Thanks for taking the time to watch!

    Which zoom pedal do you use to octave?
     

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    I've used it on three zoom multi effect pedals. The zoom g3 , the zoom g1On and now the new Zoom g1 Four..effect basically the same across all of their pedals
     
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    nice single note piano tone down in that octave.
     
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