True Bypass Looper Choices??

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  1. ROTHNROLL

    ROTHNROLL Member

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    Hello.. I am trying to see what is out there.
    I am looking for a 4-6 loops like the one that Loop Master sells.
    http://www.loop-master.com/product_info.php?cPath=21&products_id=132
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    What other companies make loopers like this?
    I don't have a problem with Loop-Master..
    I was just hoping to have painted enclosure.
    What is everyone else using?
     
  2. ROTHNROLL

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    Humpty bumpty sat on a wall..
     
  3. kp8

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    Brian wont paint one for you? Ask him. He has upcharges for custom stuff, and there will be a wait, but you will get a road-worthy, tough as nails box from him.
     
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    I actually don't. I royally suck at it. :D
     
  5. ROTHNROLL

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    Hahaha.. I am willing to send you a painted enclosure!
     
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    Well, that has been asked before but, I am afraid I will accidentally scratch it somewhere along the build process.
     
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    Not to derail the thread, but I just got this about a week ago and it is perfect for my needs. :AOK

    Built like a tank and so very quiet. :dude

    Thanks Brian, awesome job!!!! :BEER

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    <sorry for the hijack!>

    Brian, do you just hit those with a wire brush? Do you clear coat over those?
     
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    No wire brushes used. Clear coat, yes.


    Killer! Always a pleasure to hear this. Thanks
     
  11. kp8

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    so you use teeth? fingernails? a porcupine?

    I have 4 of your boxes, btw. All rock solid as i mentioned.
     
  12. Loop-Master

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    Yep, and good ole sandpaper too. he he
     
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    190e is a lot of money for a 6-switch looper !

    are you sure about this ? a friend of mine had bought his 4-looper strip with 120e. I don't think 2 more switches cost 70e !
     
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    Here is what I got from them
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    the price will be 150e + 40e (painting) for the 5switches+master sw. + tuner out sw.

    and 130e + 40e (painting) for the 5switch + master switch.
     
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    That's how it is explained...you also wanted your box painted. My friend bought it unpainted...

    I think 130e for a 5-switch looper is a fair price...of course it may be expensive if you convert it to US dollars...
     
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    Jam Pedals is using some really neat painting techniques.
     

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