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The Only Octave Pedal You Need?? (MXR Poly Blue Octave)

JHS Pedals2022-01-21
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The video discusses the release of a new MXR pedal, the Poly Blue Octave, offering octave up and down features with a fuzz switch for unique tones. It highlights the various controls and features of the pedal, including dry signal mixing and octave control options. The segment also showcases different effects available on a pedal, such as sub, mod, octave, and fuzz, emphasizing the versatility and quality of MXR pedals. The speaker demonstrates using multiple effects together for a solo performance and discusses using an expression pedal feature that is easy and intuitive to use. The video concludes with a discussion on creating a vampire-themed rock sound with heavy fuzz and octave settings, and encourages viewers to check out Guitario for guitar lessons.

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Introduction of the new MXR Poly Blue Octave pedal with octave up and down features and a fuzz switch.
00:18
The pedal is compact yet versatile, appealing to musicians who appreciate octave and fuzz effects.
MXR design team commended for their creativity, especially with products like the reverb.
Detailed explanation of the controls and features of the Poly Blue Octave pedal, such as dry signal mixing and octave control options.
Overview of effects available on a pedal, including sub, mod, octave, and fuzz.
03:13
Explanation of adjusting effects using knobs to create different sounds.
Introduction of mono mode limiting pedal to one note at a time, great for synthesizer-like lines.
Demonstration of using multiple effects together for a solo performance, including MXR pedals like carbon copy delay and sugar drive.
Emphasis on the versatility and quality of the sugar drive pedal.
Overview of expression pedal feature for easy and intuitive use.
10:41
Setup is simple and customization is hassle-free without the need for button holding or phone syncing.
Allows for personalized control during performances with adjustments like heel down settings.
Demonstration of various music effects pedals including sub-octaves, rotary phaser, spring reverb, and sugar drive.
13:47
Presenter expresses surprise at jazz band's performance quality.
Call from Branford Marsalis.
Discussion on a pedal designed to evoke vampire feelings, focusing on creating a vampire-themed rock sound with heavy fuzz and octave settings.
Introduction of new MXR pedal with versatile features like rotary, phasing, fuzz, and expression options.
16:07
Encouragement for viewers to try a 30-day subscription to Guitario for guitar lessons to enhance their skills.
Details about Guitario instructors including Rob Scallon, Pete Thorne, and Yvette Young.
Mention of record time segment featuring Audio Slave's self-titled album, highlighting the band's unique sound and use of effects.
Speaker encourages viewers to explore different guitar styles and subscribe to the channel.
19:11
Viewers are invited to join a music platform for collaboration on music projects.
Speaker expresses feeling unnoticed and desires more engagement from viewers.
Disappointment is expressed in the lack of interest from others in jamming together.