Wow. Wow wow wow wow, wow!
10 voices, from -2 octaves to +4 (+5 with octave pitch shift!).
Imagine this, add a 2 octaves below to your dry sound, turn on your distortion (in front of the hog 2) and then hit the spectral gate - you now have a very clean sounding octave below and a distorted guitar sound. turn on the filter and envelope features and maybe add +2 octaves above and a +5th, or a +1+5th and then set the attack and decay of both the lower voices and the higher voices to create a high attack bass note that decays quickly and a pad like upper range which sounds like angels singing(all keyboard pad sounding). Then use the expression pedal for wah, filter, step, octave or freeze and gliss features. Amazing!
I set up a nice Hammond organ sound using a fast sweeping chorus after this pedal as well, and used it as a straight octave with a fuzz and a wah for some great Jimi sounds.
The polyphony is really good, sounds very organic and I've heard no 'glitching' of sounds, even with jazz chords.
My favourite toy, and also fully midi programmable so you can add filter sweeps using simple midi commands from your DAW.
Expression pedal is lovely once you get used to it, on carpet, and easy to turn off if you tip it forwards. tipping forward again turns it on. Only thing it doesn't allow you to do it 'cock' the Wah open halfway, but you can always hold your foot on it.
Simulates 12 string, keyboard, cello, bass and loads of other weird stuff, check out the youtube videos.
Basically hours of really great quality sounds, worth every penny!