TC Electronic Nether Octaver Octave Pedal
Classic All-Analog Octave Pedal with 1 or 2 Octaves Below Original for Adding Warm Deep Bottom End
- Classic all-analog octave pedal
- Features 1 and 2 octaves below the original signal
- Add warmth, depth and bottom end to your tone
- True bypass for ultimate signal integrity
- "Built-like-a-tank" metal chassis
- Runs on 9 V battery or PSU-SB DC power supply (not included)
- 3-Year Warranty Program*
- Designed and engineered in Denmark
Add a heavy dose of thickness to your guitar’s tone with the vintage sounding NETHER OCTAVER, and unleash a gnarly pitch-o-rama that will devastate your would-be rivals. Use it to subtly fatten up your sound, or dial up extreme settings for a powerful barrage of all-out synth tones. And if the mood strikes you, pull out that purple satin suit hiding in the back of your closet, and play the
“When Doves Cry” solo until your fingers bleed!
- Vintage style sub-octaver
- All-analog circuitry
- True Bypass
With your choice of either one or two octaves mixed with your original signal, NETHER OCTAVER can beef up even the thinnest sounding rig. You can even adjust the volume levels of octave 1 and 2 individually to dial in the perfect amount of girth. The Dry knob lets you either eliminate your input signal completely for straight synth tones, or boost it for your ultimate solo sound.
NETHER OCTAVER is not for the faint-hearted; it’s a subterranean bottom-feeder, spitting and wobbling with all the glorious glitchy tracking of old-school guitar synth pedals that were all the rage back in the day. NETHER OCTAVER’s classic all-analog design gives you access to all the warm and glitchy synth sounds you remember from the ‘80s.
With its sturdy metal frame and low noise components, NETHER OCTAVER is built tough to take whatever you throw at it and ask for more. The top-mounted jacks are an ingenious feature that saves precious pedal board space and keeps cables out of your way. The true bypass circuitry design lets you summon up your guitar’s natural tone with the click of a switch, and keeps unwanted coloration out of your original signal.