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bizkitday4eva 11-22-2012 06:17 PM

Finding the right looper pedal
 
I use a Hardwire Digital Delay/Looper to loop with but I want to be able to loop through one amp and solo through the other.

Is this possible with either this looper or a different one. Your help is much appreciated.

Raijouta 11-22-2012 06:30 PM

I had a Hardwire DL-8 and I couldn't get delay on the loop or delay on the track above it, it was dry sound on that setting.

Not sure about sending one loop to A and the other to B. Most loopers have the loops just stack on top of eachother without the ability to differentiate.

Have a look at the TC Electronics Flashback X4, I'm not sure if it will do what you want or not.

ibanezguitars44 11-22-2012 07:54 PM

If you buy any looper plus an a/b box I think you can make it work.

Guitar - A/B -
- A - looper - amp 1
- B - amp 2

Select A, loop your riff. Select B, solo away.

bizkitday4eva 11-22-2012 09:31 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by ibanezguitars44
If you buy any looper plus an a/b box I think you can make it work.

Guitar - A/B -
- A - looper - amp 1
- B - amp 2

Select A, loop your riff. Select B, solo away.


I use a lot of effects as is and enjoy the freedom stomp boxes afford me but I believe adding an A/B Box would over-complicate for me too much.

tubetime86 11-22-2012 09:39 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by bizkitday4eva
I use a lot of effects as is and enjoy the freedom stomp boxes afford me but I believe adding an A/B Box would over-complicate for me too much.

Then you can't do it. You want to accomplish something fairly complex, but won't consider a slightly complex solution? :wtf:

The only alternative to his idea that I can think of is MIDI and that's way more complicated than an A/B.


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