Polyphonic octave generator. You can add one octave up, two octaves up, and one octave down and blend all of them together with straight-through signal.
Polyphonic octave generator. You can add one octave up, two octaves up, and one octave down and blend all of them together with straight-through signal. WORKS ON CHORDS. Want your guitar to sound like a 12 string? The POG can do it—or even make it sound like an 18 string. And the POG can do a lot more than that. Destined to be a legendary EH classic.
18DC-500 power supply included
Sound Samples: Nick Zinner (The Yeah Yeah Yeahs)
The Yeah Yeah Yeahs are a New York City based art-punk trio made up of guitarist Nick Zinner, vocalist Karen O and drummer Brian Chase. Formed in 2000, the band released their self-titled debut EP in late 2001 on their own Shifty label, before gaining momentum by appearing at South by Southwest and touring with Girls Against Boys and the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. Two more EPs followed before 2003’s release of the band’s first full-length album, the critically acclaimed Fever to Tell.
Sound Samples: Gerry Leonard
Gerry Leonard appeared on David Bowie's Heathen album, and toured extensively to support it. Other credits include Paula Cole's This Fire, Duncan Sheik's Phantom Moon, and Willa Ford's Willa Was Here.
more POG sound samples from those and other artists can be found on the Electro-Harmonix POG page
The POG and The White Stripes (from The New York Times) (.pdf)
Vintage Guitar review (.pdf)
Guitar Buyer UK review (.pdf)
Axe Magazine review (.pdf)
Bass Player Magazine review (.pdf)
Gitarist Benelux review (.pdf)
Guitarrista review (.pdf)
POG INSTRUCTIONS (.pdf)