Dunlop - MXR Bass Octave Deluxe M288

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The M288 Bass Octave Deluxe is a dual-voice octave pedal from MXR Bass Innovations that offers organic analog tone, true bypass, and a wide variety of tone-shaping options.
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The M288 Bass Octave Deluxe is a dual-voice octave pedal from MXR Bass Innovations that offers organic analog tone, true bypass, and a wide variety of tone-shaping options. Powered by a single 9-volt battery, MXR's 18-volt Constant Headroom Technology(CHT) provides studio-performance headroom and superior tracking. Use the Dry knob to mix your direct bass signal with the octave effect, or hit the Mid+ switch to add up to +14dB of internally adjustable low-mid punch (400Hz) or midrange pop (850Hz). Bass players will love the two separately processed and individually voiced octave controls-Growl (for throaty, midrange octave-below tone) and Girth (for deep and smooth octave below). The Bass Octave Deluxe comes in a durable, lightweight aluminum casting and has the same high-quality jacks and switches that have made MXR pedals the road-ready standard on pedal-boards around the world for over 30 years.

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Good, with some quirks
By Brian Knapp
 
Decision was between this and the Aguilar Octamizer. Great grit in the sound. Tracking is good though it does have an issue the G that it doesn't track at very well at all. I knew not to expect tracking past the low G, but I think on the G string it should be able to track the C and D- they're not that low. Does decently on sustained notes, but it really shines if you're just going for short notes.

Overall I'd recommend it. 4 starts only because of the G string tracking problem.