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1. I can't remember the exact name of it, so for this demonstration I shall call it a "looper".

What it is, is each of the footswitches on the "looper" can have it's own loop so to speak. It works like an effects loop, but it isn't actually an effects loop. So yes, you could use it to have say an OD and a Phaser on one of the loops. You run both pedals on at the same time, all the time, then stomp on the assigned footswitch to activate/deactivate that loop.


2. You'll have to do that manually.
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Would I have to worry about my pedal order still? For example would I put my OD in loop 1 and my clean boost in loop 2?
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Nigel is using a Timon Klein Industries Custom True Bypass Looper
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Would I have to worry about my pedal order still? For example would I put my OD in loop 1 and my clean boost in loop 2?


also depends on the specs of the pedal-looper

in simple versions of effects loop switchers you may have to worry about order, and it may only allow for mono pedals.

hardcore, super-professional, rack controller/effect-switchers allow for all kinds of crap. they can facilitate preset patches that let you control what order anything is plugged into while also allowing multiple amp outputs as well.
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Ok thanks guys. Is it really worth investing in a looper? Or do you think I'd be better off without it?
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The loop switch is worth it if you have a need for one. They are easy to make if you have a soldering iron.