Tiny Loopers

Discussion in 'The Effect effect' started by thomquietwolf, Aug 2, 2020 at 2:35 PM.

  1. thomquietwolf

    thomquietwolf Dr. Stratster Strat-Talk Supporter

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    Are there any users here...
    Is there, are there any consensus brand wise...
    Any use wise exceptions...
     
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  2. 33db

    33db Senior Stratmaster

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    I use a ditto.
     
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  3. ibdrkn1

    ibdrkn1 Strat-Talker

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    Ditto
     
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  4. Stratafied

    Stratafied Senior Stratmaster

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    I have a Boss rc2 looper that I just listed on eBay , it has more buzzers and bells than I need and being tech challenged I’m gonna go with the Boss rc1 or the ditto looper. Both around $100.
     
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  5. lbpesq

    lbpesq Strat-Talker

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    Ditto.

    One consideration, though: do you intend to use it live? The mini pedal loopers, like the Ditto, use one button only. You have to remember exactly where you are and have to employ double taps. The larger ones, with two buttons, are easier to navigate live.

    As an aside, one of the best uses I have found for my mini Ditto, which I never initially thought of, is to test amps and speakers. I lay down some chords or a lick on the looper, then I can put the guitar down and swap amps/speakers and hear the difference without having to keep playing the guitar. Very convenient!

    Bill, tgo
     
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  6. guitarchaeologist

    guitarchaeologist Artist Formerly Known as π Strat-Talk Supporter

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    I use the Kokko SOS, a Ditto clone. Chinese, inexpensive, no problems in the 18 months that I've have it. I think it was about $25 from eBay.
     
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  7. garyhoos1

    garyhoos1 Huffing n Puffing.

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    I have the ditto a great piece of kit but just a little tiny on carpet, I still love the jam man.

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