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ive heard this but where  or how do you make a octave pedal?so i can assign it to a button.thanks looking for the leslie west thing

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- add a block (preferably in front of your amp, because the tone will be more precise)

- chose a model from the "Pitch/Synth"-list, for example "Simple Pitch"

- turn the "Interval" to "-12" (one octave down) or "+12" (one octave up)

- adjust the other parameter (Cents, Delay etc.) to achieve "your sound"

- push the "MODE"-switch to select the stomp mode

- move the joystick to your block (Simple Pitch)

- touch the desired footswitch for a second, the assign menu will be opened

- press "OK" (button 6)

 

Have fun! :-)

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What he said above, but here's what I do to sim feedback:

Set the minimum to +12 or +24, same interval for the maximum, then use an expression pedal set to adjust mix with minimum set to zero and max set around 75%.  Works pretty damn good and will do until the powers at L6 determine that we've whined an appropriate amount to put a feedback stomp sim in the fx pool.

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