It's the smallest Foxrox pedal yet, with a 3" X 4.75" footprint. Same Foxrox enclosure with less depth in the rear of the pedal. Octron3 is the same as Octron, and it now includes 2 switches - a tone switch for each octave. These take the place of the internal settings in the original Octron pedal.
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This is my first octave pedal, so I don't have a ton of experience to back this up with. Take my opinion for what it's worth. But I watched a ton of videos about octavers with bass and read a lot of reviews before trying this one. So far, I'm glad I did. At first, I ran it after my compressor and a couple of always-on boost pedals, assuming I would want to feed it as compressed and strong of a signal as I could. But I did not like the way that sounded. After some more research, I ran it first in my chain, and it was night and day better! The overall tone was better, and the tracking was also better. As I noted, I'm still getting used to an octaver, so I'm not really sure what is "normal," or "good" as far as tracking. But based on what I've read so far and experienced, this thing tracks great. All of the way down to a low E (played on the 5th fret of the low B string). It does not track well with open strings. But everything I have read says most folks play around the 5-7th frets or higher when using an octaver, so I suppose that is normal. It tracks the open string notes just fine, if you play them on the 5th fret of the string below it.
I really like the tone of the low -1 setting. The mids setting is fine, but it loses the "subbiness" at that setting. I gave it 4 stars because I'm not a huge fan of the +1 octave driven tone. I don't find it terribly useful for my purposes. (Modern worship, country, blues, rock) It works fine, and tracks just as well as the -1, but I wish the gain could be adjusted so it could be a clean +1 octave. As it is, I may dial in just a tiny bit to add some "growl" to the overall octave effect. Like, turn it up until it is barely on. For that purpose, it works great, and I like having the option.
All in all, though, I'm very pleased with it, and I don't feel the need to try other octavers at this point. Just make sure you run it first in the chain before other effects, play closer to the neck on your bass, 5th fret or above, maybe 3rd fret sometimes, and turn off any High-Pass-Filters (otherwise you’re cutting off the sub frequencies altogether, as I learned) and you'll be plenty happy with it.
Foxrox Electronics Octron3 Octave; Best Octave pedal I have owned. does exactly as described Clear thick tone.
This pedal does what it promises.. fast and accurate tracking on single notes. The advantage the octron has is that by being monophonic and analog, the notes have a fatness to them that my pog 2 does not. The pog sounds much thinner in comparison. The pog is digital and polyphonic so it can track chords. They both have their uses. I love the octron though.
Like all of the Octron series, the 3 is essentially a combination of an Octoplus and an Octavia, tweaked by pedal guru Dave Fox. Inspiring tones, and feels great to play.
I'd been debating getting an octave pedal, to do faux-bass lines in my acoustic duo. I've owned a Pitchfork in the past, and it sounded so....fake. I'd been on the hunt again lately, and the Octron was on my radar. A 20% off coupon was all it took for me to give it a try! And it's been surprising!I wasn't hip to either analog octave pedals, or the "octave up" fuzz sound, so the experience has been a revelation. The octave down doesn't track anywhere near as cleanly as a POG/Pitchfork, but once you adjust your technique a bit, the sound that it makes, especially when blended with your guitar sound, is much warmer than the digital pedals. So it'll work for my faux-bass thing. But the octave-up has been the big eye-opener for me...that fuzzy octave-up into your favorite OD pedal makes for a really cutting lead tone! And then, mixing in a tiny bit of the lower octave sounds pretty cool too, in the right situation. So this is an example of me, looking for one thing, and finding something even better!