Korg PX5D - can this replace my RC-2 loop pedal for purposes of practice?

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  1. dnauhei

    dnauhei Member

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    If so, I will sell the RC-2 and buy on on CL out here for $70!
    Do these things sound OK with good headphones?
    My old RP-50 sounds like garbage with headphones and I need a new headphone practice set up. Thanks!
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    I have a Korg PX4D and an RC20XL. For practicing like 8bar phrases, the Pandora is fantastic, especially if you want to take an AUX in from a laptop. It's especially fun because of the quality backing tracks built in and synched up with a metronome. It's loaded with options (the key transpose thing, in particular is a LIFE saver if you need to learn covers that aren't at A440).

    The drawbacks is that I don't think you can do layer after layer like you can on the Boss, and it sounds terrible through an amp.
     
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    Anybody know if this can be powered by a one-spot?
     
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    If your One-Spot has a tiny little plug and outputs 4.5v positive center, sure!

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    Duly noted. I was under the impression that it was 9 volt.
     

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