TRG wrote:I've just picked up the BYOC Octave Divider and it sounds great. I thought it was pretty easy to dial in.
My current settings after the first try are:
Stabilize = On
Ringer = On
Tone = 4 o'clock
Mix = almost 2 o'clock
Curious what other's whom have this pedal use for settings (i.e. Cat's Under the Stars)??
NSP wrote:Just about finished building mine last night, down to just the wiring on the stomp switches. Once I get it up and running I'll try your settings and let you know my observations. Thanks for the info.
TRG wrote:NSP wrote:Just about finished building mine last night, down to just the wiring on the stomp switches. Once I get it up and running I'll try your settings and let you know my observations. Thanks for the info.
Cool, thanks! Just to note, I haven't tried it in a band setting yet...was just messing around with a small practice amp, so those settings may not be good. I didn't really understand what exactly the stabilizer and ringer were doing , but to my ears they sounded better on. Good luck finishing it up.
waldo041 wrote: The qtron+ is vastly different then the original beigel collaborated qtron. The power supply and input buffer are the difference between the original mu-tron and original qtron. a couple of the original qtrons should be tested to get a sweet one, but the mu-tron's overdrive feature is unavailable since the eh version is true bypass.
NSP wrote:Got the divided octave up and running and I must say I really like it and was a fun build. It plays well with the MuIII, especially with the bridge humbucker (DAllen). I'll use it for band rehearsal tomorrow. After the initial round of tweaking here's the settings I was liking:
Stabilize = Off
Ringer = Off
Tone = 1 o'clock
Mix = 1 o'clock
I'll post some sound clips when I get a chance.
Could anyone who has them send me the template stickers for the Mutron Octaver? I just built a BYOC and would love the stickers.
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