Bypass looper question

manasquanto

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Is it from loopmaster? That 10th unused loop could be your mute switch if you wanted to use it that way. Or if you're nervous you would hit it by accident, you could just connect a patch cable from the out to the in and you wouldn't mute it.
 

Will Nova

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Nice! That's what I was hoping to hear! The Loopmaster site has his 8 loop and 10 loop at the same price...I've got 9 pedals in the chain presently...but would like to leave room! Thanks for the quick response manasquanto
 

DCMC Worship

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It's almost always better to go up than down. I outgrew my board and needed more space. I outgrew my looper and wished I went bigger (and midi). I outgrew my guitar collection and needed a bigger house. Sadly, that last one is only partly a joke. :dude
 

Will Nova

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It's almost always better to go up than down. I outgrew my board and needed more space. I outgrew my looper and wished I went bigger (and midi). I outgrew my guitar collection and needed a bigger house. Sadly, that last one is only partly a joke. :dude
I agree!!! I hate to hear the word overkill! ;))) it's Fun :))
 

Dashface

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Yep, I have the 10 loop LoopMaster and it is the one piece of equipment I have that always works and never causes me trouble. Go big, sir. You're gonna regret it if you get one that is too small.
 




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