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    Quote Originally Posted by Inksplosive AL View Post
    Oh hey Tommy the RP 360 streams through usb to a computer allowing easy lag free access to DAW software. ...

    ~Al~
    Thanks again, Al.

    Quote Originally Posted by PhilUSAFRet View Post
    One octave generator I was considering went up and down 5 octaves. Sorry, don't remember which one.
    Five octaves? Wow. Thanks, Phil.
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    I just heard back from Ben Ahn, the performer I saw, and he said he uses a POG2 octave generator pedal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy B View Post
    I just heard back from Ben Ahn, the performer I saw, and he said he uses a POG2 octave generator pedal.
    Interesting, in that this box seems to be close to $300, which is not that much more than a U-Bass, and is way more than the Haldean that I use. But I guess you can use this box with a standard uke, which removes the need for switching instruments.

    But, damn you, looking this up led to lots of other cool pedals . .. ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenie44 View Post
    Interesting, in that this box seems to be close to $300, which is not that much more than a U-Bass, and is way more than the Haldean that I use. But I guess you can use this box with a standard uke, which removes the need for switching instruments.

    But, damn you, looking this up led to lots of other cool pedals . .. ..
    I am here to enable, Greenie! (Actually, I've decided to go the other route and just learn to play my Ohana bass.)
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    And now we have this! I have queried EHX about how well it will work with a uke - Electro-Harmonix BASS9 Bass Machine https://reverb.com/news/ehx-releases...c-bass-machine According to Electro-Harmonix, should work fine.
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