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  • Need help picking out a loop pedal

    I'm in the market for a loop pedal as I think it will really improve my playing. I've been looking at the boos rc-3 or line 6 jm4. The jmf seems superior over the rc-3 since it has tons of backing tracks and drum beats however I've read it doesn't really work well with acoustics. I would like a pedal that works well with both but I also really wanted a pedal that was loaded with alot of drum/backing tracks. I know the rc-3 had around 10 drum beats but the jm4 has 80 plus backing tracks. What are your opinions of each pedal? Also are they any other ones on the market you might recommend? Thanks.

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    • goodhonk
      goodhonk commented
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      get a drum machine and create your own beats, record em into the rc2.


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    Recommend any drum machines ?

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    • goodhonk
      goodhonk commented
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      sorry, no.


  • #4

    Use your guitar as a percussion instrument and make your own drum tracks.

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    • TomVanDeven
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      m_Calavera wrote:

      Use your guitar as a percussion instrument and make your own drum tracks.


      Use your computer as a guitar and a drumset and ****************ing skip the whole thing.













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