#1
Its been years but im finally at a point where I understand the concept of keys, and scales.

Now im at a point where I want to throw down some chord progressions and **** around with various scales that will fit with the key im in. What device do I need to make practice sessions more "fun"

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/guitars/boss-me-70-guitar-multi-effects-pedal/450839000000000

Would this device be what im looking for? It has lots of effects, and while it only allows for 38 seconds of looping, wouldnt that be enough to **** around with? I just wanna create some mini jams to make practice more fun.

Thoughts? Or any ideas what might be better to accomplish this?
#2
For 300 you could kick start a respectable home studio. Something like a pod 2.0 with direct input and fx built in. Goes for about 100$. Download a multitrack recording software and you can noodle to your hearts extent.
#3
If you wanna "solo", you're gonna get damn bored with a 38 second loop. Trust me. Get yourself some software instead and you'll be able to do "anything", basically.
#6
Quote by Go0ber
Its been years but im finally at a point where I understand the concept of keys, and scales.

Now im at a point where I want to throw down some chord progressions and **** around with various scales that will fit with the key im in. What device do I need to make practice sessions more "fun"

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/guitars/boss-me-70-guitar-multi-effects-pedal/450839000000000

Would this device be what im looking for? It has lots of effects, and while it only allows for 38 seconds of looping, wouldnt that be enough to **** around with? I just wanna create some mini jams to make practice more fun.

Thoughts? Or any ideas what might be better to accomplish this?


At the Academy we use the Boss JS 8 - I do that kind of thing all day long.

Best,

Sean