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Loop Master

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Guitarplayerdan, Sep 1, 2007.

  1. Guitarplayerdan

    Guitarplayerdan Member

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    Im working on my pedal board. Place an order yesterday for a 5 loop 1 tuner strip. Im supper pumped. Anyone have experience with loop master. Are the products top notch? I went ahead and bought because ...I just wanted to. Ill post pics as the evolution of my board comes.
     
  2. j_m_s

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    im sure plenty of us have had greta experiences with loop master. I dont own one. But they look great and according to my fellow great guitarist friends. Loop master's products are top notch. and the work inside is very very neat.
     
  3. Axe_78th

    Axe_78th Supporting Member

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    +1 for Loop Master. Top notch!
     
  4. Sniper-V

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    I too am entertaining the Looper switches for a new board.

    It looks like Loop Master is the way to go.

    What about Loooper.com?
     
  5. tripp2k

    tripp2k Silver Supporting Member

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    +2 on LoopMaster. They are out of this world for customer service and will make just about anything you need.
     
  6. Iceman301929

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    Looper isn't making pedals anymore

    I own a Loop Master pedal router, tap tempo, and 5 strip


    Hasn't let me down yet! I'll post a pic soon!

    +100 for Loop-Master
     
  7. zzzezums

    zzzezums Supporting Member

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    LoopMaster!!!
     
  8. Alias Archtop

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    cool! My last pedalboard had 2 5loop strips on it for a total of 10 loops. They were really clean and sounded great. The switches are loud though when you step on them. I think they are Electroharmonix switches (if I'm not mistaken)

    Nice stuff...reasonably priced and the site is well laid out...fast turn around too...I think I only waited about 2 weeks for mine
     
  9. JRC4558Dude

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    Great service and great products! I have a clean/dirty switcher and a A/B/C switch from Brian. I don't recall the wait time being more than 2 or 3 weeks, which is pretty reasonable for a made-to-order unit. There was a slight foul-up with my payment (my fault), and Brian promptly emailed to straighten out the matter. In short, LoopMaster kicks butt.
     
  10. Loop-Master

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    The build time right now is right about the 4 week mark but on occasion, it lets up enough to get them out sooner.

    Thank you VERY much for all of the orders.

    Have a great weekend!
     
  11. re-animator

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    I actually ordered a dual looper/ab from them, but I couldn't get around the 3-4 week waiting time (i needed it for a gig) so I had to cancel. Brian was extremely fast and helpful and got everything all squared away.
     
  12. Lt_Core

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    +1 on Loop-Master. I purchased his dirty-clean effects switcher with tuner out and bypass from the TGP pedal emporium. Great pedal. Highly recommended.
     
  13. GrecoVee

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    I have both a custom made Loooper and a 3 bypass+tunerout LoopMaster and enjoy them both! The shipping time on the LoopMaster was quite long but well worth it!
     
  14. claffman

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    Another +1 for LM!!!!
     
  15. Sniper-V

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    OK OK!

    I'll get a Loop-Master...

    :crazy
     
  16. Grady

    Grady Windjammer Gold Supporting Member

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    I luv LoopMaster!!!
     
  17. guitarman_nebr

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    i just ordered the ABY w/led's. looks to be a great pedal. hard to believe he can build and ship for these prices, mind you, i am not complaining ; )
     
  18. bobe

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    I have two Loop Master pedals and both are great. No complaints. I wouldn't bother trying anyone else. He da man.

    Bob E. from CT
     
  19. dancehall

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    Bumping this thread with a couple questions that weren't totally clear from looking at the loopmaster site:

    It'll work without a power source, the LEDs just won't light. Right?

    Is there any reason to get the 2 loop + tuner out when I could get the 3 loop for just $5 more? Couldn't I just run the send of loop 1 to a tuner and not return it if I wanted to make a dedicated muting tuner out?
     
  20. thisfire

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    Correct, but the LED's make it look cool.

    Yea, spend the $5 unless you're sure you won't need another loop. The third loop can be used as a tuner mute, it'll just be labeled as "Loop #" instead of "Tuner."
     

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