Cheaper Loop pedals. Boss-RC-2 is too expensive!

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Biff Cooper, Dec 22, 2009.

  1. Biff Cooper

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    Cheaper Loop pedals. Boss-RC-2 is too expensive!
     
  2. Chonny

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    Just get a digi delay with a looper function. DD7?
     
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    boss DD7 (40secs) and hardwire DL8 (20 secs) have a loop mode, but it would be nice to have a stand-alone simple looper, with only record-off and a cheaper price.
     
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    For what you're looking for, a used DL4 is definitely the ticket: easy to use, good feature set, simple learning curve, decent delay pallette;).
     
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    you can get used rc-2s for 120
     
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    for me the best looper would be a tc nova looper :drool, like all the nova series same size and two footswitch, if someone know who's the tc electronic big boss please ask him !!!
     
  8. edwardsforest

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    got a used headrush e1 off ebay. Piece of SH*T
    Should have kept that bigger boss a while ago....
     
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    what didn't you like about it?

    the headrush is my favorite looper by far. i have two E1's that i got off craigslist for $100 each and i love them.
     
  10. Purplexi

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    I do like my EH Memory Man W/Hazarai for it's looping and complex reverse/delay functions. Still, it's sensitive to set up and I find it a little difficult to operate in a live environment. Boomerang III?
     
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    i had a hard time getting seamless loops on the SMMH because you have to hold the switch down while recording.
     

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