#2
Press the stop button as soon as you're done?? Am i missing something?
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Fender AVRI '62 Jazzmaster
Epiphone g400

Amps:
Peavey Classic 30 and 50


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Line 6 Verbzilla
Digitech Bad Monkey
Ibanez TS-9
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#3
- set tempo with tap function
- Hold pedal for a few seconds to lock tempo
- press pedal once and after the 4 count start playing
- hit the pedal again at the end of your loop and it should start playing the loop you made
- tap pedal once more and play an overdub but there's no 4 count after the first take
- hit the pedal again at the final note of your overdub

- Double click pedal
- set knob to write press front panel button once
- select an empty phase with the knob
- hit the front panel button once more
- wait for the light

Set back to the standard record/play mode again
Last edited by moody07747 at Feb 10, 2008,
#4
Quote by moody07747
- set tempo with tap function
- Hold pedal for a few seconds to lock tempo
- press pedal once and after the 4 count start playing
- hit the pedal again at the end of your loop and it should start playing the loop you made
- tap pedal once more and play an overdub but there's no 4 count after the first take
- hit the pedal again at the final note of your overdub

- Double click pedal
- set knob to write press front panel button once
- select an empty phase with the knob
- hit the front panel button once more
- wait for the light

Set back to the standard record/play mode again

k, so, can you do it without an overdubbed part?..as in just the riff, under singing, or one-note soloing?