Harmony Central Forums
No announcement yet.

What's your favorite looping pedal?


  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • #16
    LFLJ - very small footprint and the eq/filtering is nice. It doesn't do much, but I like the limitation. There's nothing quite like the vibrato on it either (although I rarely use it).

    +1 more


    • #17
      I've had Boss and jamman. Preffered the jm. M9 is on its way. Lets see.
      Good deals: papersun, ETI, Sondeladick, RoboPimp, Baxandall, Hangwire, bHz Econo, stratedge09, Blakemore Effects, Goodhonk, Macadood, Subsauce, Shoe Pedals | TGP: cooptone, pedalfrenzy

      Originally Posted by IRG:
      "reunula speaks the trooth"


      • #18
        if i had the money i'd spring for a Boomerang III for sure.

        m9 looper is great, but clearly not an option if you don't need the rest of the effects though

        currently i've got an RC-20xl too and it does everything I need

        You can fet one of those midi controllers that allows external control of the m9 looper.


        • #19
          DL4 for me.
          have tried the boss rc20, strymon timeline and akai headrush and none of them delivered for my particular needs. for ambient/experimental looping stuff at least, the DL4 is king IMO.
          smallsoundbigsound.com, brian@smallsoundbigsound.com
          blog, FB, cymbals eat guitars


          • #20
            Loving the RC2. So many options in that little box. The names of the modes are symbols and can easily confuse you but once you learn how to use it,
            it's great if you need to save some jams over some phat beats.
            I have a DL4, Boomerang +, SMMH... But I need an undo function.
            I once had an RC20 which i found to be hard to use and I just thought the E2 headrush was ok. Need to try a Jamman.
            Loopers make people better players.. I think.


            • #21
              ^ yeah, loopers are great practice tools, and make playing alone infinitely more fun. the boomerang is my favorite. it can't save, undo, or set a tempo, but it's so fun and immediate, creates seamless loops too. i've had the boss rc2,rc20, rc20xl, m9, m13, boomerang, and boomerang+. don't know if i'd get on with the boomerang 3.


              • #22
                Cathedral Bells
                Ten and Six

                Guitar: '78 Electra Omega Les Paul
                Effects: EHX HOG, Digitech Timebender,
                EHX Stereo Clone Theory, Mooer Pitchbox,
                Crybaby Classic, EQD Rainbow Machine,
                Line 6 DL4, T1M Mini-Stutta, Ernie Ball VP Jr.
                Amp: Fender Tweed Blues Jr. NOS


                • #23
                  i have the jamman stereo and im just getting the hang of it but i really like it.

                  i will say though, besides my gripes with how loud the repeats are on the delay modes, the looper on the dl4 was great. simple to use and sounded really good.
                  Test Tech Wattson Classic ElectronicsEL KABONG wrote: I turned down $25 grand cash for gay sex.


                  • #24
                    I haven Akai Headrush 2....I like it because it's simple and easy to use. No fancy bells and whistles

                    Also have an RC50....totally different thing....all the bells and whistles.

                    The boomerang 3 looks awesome though
                    Good deals with: TravvyBear, TD Moyer, modeerf, starmansam, dyer_maker, Reaganomics!, frenchji

                    Gods of Harvest


                    • #25

                      what/ who is this beasty?
                      good deals with: jhamnett, needleTOink, Anderer, Used666, TheLemon, hasblueshoes, kstrat62

                      Originally Posted by Kaddish Poznan

                      Yo, dawg, I herd you liek pedalboard
                      so I put a pedalboard on your pedalboard so you can pedalboard while you pedalboard


                      • #26
                        headrush e2 and dl-4


                        • #27

                          Some people dislike that you have to hold down while looping, but I have NEVER had any timing problems with this like I do with the click in - click out loopers.

                          All these