When Electro-Harmonix announced the release of their new Micro POG effects pedal––essentially a miniaturized version of their incredibly cool POG polyphonic octave generator––I had to wonder how they were going to replicate the original pedal’s functionality in such a small configuration.
As a dyed-in-the-wool Electro Harmonix fan I came about this close to purchasing the POG on numerous occasions, but the unit’s sheer size and prize always kind of stopped me in my tracks.
Still, the dream of pounding out some badass organ parts on my guitar never really went away, so I’ve been keeping an eye out for a decent demo or review of the new Micro POG in the hopes it could really live up to its predecessor.
As it turns out, the pedal appears to be a perfect match for my pedal board, and the price, while not unsubstantial (hovering just over $200,) makes the unit dangerously attractive. Check it out…