#1
So, I  got this looper pedal today. But I'm struggling with how it works. Could anyone explain it to me?

First of all, do I buy a regular guitar cable to connect the looper to my guitar (and then connect the looper to the amp)?
Second, I know that to record you select a slot, hit the pedal and it records. But how do you stop it? The manual says it stops when a phrase is recorded, but I want to record some simple chord progression with the pedal. Do I press once for record, and again for stop?

Lil' help? :P
#2
You are gonna need to read the manual. 


Loopers aren't very intuitive, unless you've used a bunch of them, so certainly read the manual. 
Dave @ Seymour Duncan
#3
Quote by Mincer
You are gonna need to read the manual. 


Loopers aren't very intuitive, unless you've used a bunch of them, so certainly read the manual. 

I did read it. But I'll read it again. It just sounds like the looper cuts off recording automatically. Does it? 
#4
i think you press once for record and once for stop.

but i've only used mine about twice
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#5
You have to press once to start recording, and once to stop. 
Dave @ Seymour Duncan
#6
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You have to press once to start recording, and once to stop. 

Thanks guys! I think I've figured it out.