#1
What's up guys, I'm looking at loop pedals right now and I was hoping to get some insight into which one would be best for what I wish to accomplish with it. I want to use it to layer different parts of guitar sounds manipulated to sound like different components of EDM to produce a sort of guitar dance music using a synth pedal, a distortion pedal, a volume pedal, a delay pedal, a talk box, and a looper. This is where I need help, as I'm wondering which pedal would fit these needs best. I'm not necessarily looking for something easy to use, though this would be a plus. Pretty much the more layers allowable and more customizable the better, and some cool built in effects along with it is always a plus. Right now I'm looking at the Digitech JamMan Delay and TC Electronic X4. Can anybody comment on these pedals, or recommend a better one possibly with more layers?
#2
The Vox Delaylab is loaded with features and has options for layering. Worth checking out.
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This thing is way too expensive for what you get and it wont give you enough time for a whole set....

"8 minutes of recording time in mono or 4 minutes-plus in stereo, or drop it down to 24kHz but recording and plying at half speed (12kHz) and you can get a whopping 35 minutes of recording in mono and over 17 minutes in stereo."
#8
Virtually all loopers support infinite layers. The more expensive loopers offer around 3 separate loops that are synchronized. Depends on what you are looking for. The Jamman are good for storage and the ext 3 button footswitch helps with switching loops.
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This thing is way too expensive for what you get and it wont give you enough time for a whole set....

"8 minutes of recording time in mono or 4 minutes-plus in stereo, or drop it down to 24kHz but recording and plying at half speed (12kHz) and you can get a whopping 35 minutes of recording in mono and over 17 minutes in stereo."



Good Point
I am no expert on loopers, just knew that one had balls of hype.

You can put a memory card in a stereo Jamman and have up to 19 hours of recordings, it would appear.
I think that looks like the best option. You could buy 2 for the price of the boomerang too.
#14
yeah ditto doesnt have the bells...but its 130 and seems solid for a simple porpose.

however, it does seem like turning it off very quickly is an issue, as additional tapps are adding loops and you gotta hold down?

only way i would use this is to throw in into a bypass looper pedal or use an FX loop with an on /off footswitch.

when i want something off, i want it off NOW. none of this, hold down 2 seconds BS. my only gripe.
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TC Electronic ditto loop is the best one i was curious too about which one is best i have searched so much found a blog very gud info with comparison chart. you can read other too on bestlooperpedalreviews.com
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TC Electronic ditto loop is the best one i was curious too about which one is best i have searched so much found a blog very gud info with comparison chart. you can read other too on bestlooperpedalreviews.com

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