#1
Is the rc-2 looper worth the money for a practice pedal. Is there a comparable pedal that is cheaper that i could use to loop some rhythms to and solo over? Thanks
#2
Quote by Swingjoint
Is the rc-2 looper worth the money for a practice pedal. Is there a comparable pedal that is cheaper that i could use to loop some rhythms to and solo over? Thanks


Yay if that's all you want to do with it.

If you want to do a one-man-band type thing, maybe with the foot-switch option.

For recording or live performance, Boss RC-20 or even better, the Digitech Jamman.

I don't think you will find a cheaper dedicated looper.

If you don't need long loop times, look into a Delay/Looper like the Akai Headrush, or Digitech's Hardwire DL-8.
#4
Where are you located? There's a guy on craigslist here (Houston) that has one listed for $100.
#6
Well, you might keep that in mind. If he doesn't sell it locally, he might be willing to ship it.
#8
Another option is a cheap (or free) recording program for your PC. Audacity maybe?
#9
I have the RC-2... its not too useful for gigging without the footswitch, but for practice its awesome. The girls who live above me asked what the hell karaoke machine I have, cuz I jam to the same rhythm for 20 mins at a time usually... I single handedly attribute my recent improvements in rhythm and harmonizing to this pedal. Also it is THE cheapest way to do what you want to do.
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Unless its electronic drums.

BURN THE WITCH!!!!!