Loopers! Digitech.


tab_ish
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tab_ish
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08/13/2006 10:36 pm
Hey all!

Recently I've been looking into loopers and such. I'm new to recording; I'm looking for some feedback on the Digitech JamMan. I've heard good things so far, would this be a good place to start? Is it worth the $ ? Any other systems I could look into?
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aschleman
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08/14/2006 11:28 am
I sample/loop in my solo acoustic show a looooooooooot. I use a JamMan most of the time except when I can manage to gank the Loop Station out of the studio. The JamMan is definitely a great place to start. I've been looping for about a year now and I'm still learning new stuff to do with it. The biggest thing about a loop station is that you just have to use your imaginiation. As someone that owns one... and has been exposed to a few others... I'd say it's probably the best loop station for the money. There are betters ones out there but for the price you can't beat it. Definitely worth it... Good Luck.
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08/16/2006 10:01 pm
Great! Now if I could just find a decent deal....
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11/16/2006 10:08 pm
Being pressed for funds (damn university) - I might have to go for a cheaper alternative. Any ideas what would be a good place to start? And what are the pros/cons ?
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11/17/2006 1:10 am
Here is a nice interview with kt tunstall ( the queen of the loop)


KT Tunstall Tutorial
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