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Quote Originally Posted by Faldoe

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I'm constantly amazed at how many people own a LFLJ. Maybe its cause they have the money to spend on it.. The vibrato is cool but in terms of a looper I think, and someone looking to get a capable looper without spend lots of money, its just silly.

 

If they made a Vexter version of it I would definitely pick one up. But I'd never pay the full price, it's just a joke. I played it once before and didn't really like it, but that's because I didn't know how to use it.
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Quote Originally Posted by Faldoe

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I'm constantly amazed at how many people own a LFLJ. Maybe its cause they have the money to spend on it.. The vibrato is cool but in terms of a looper I think, and someone looking to get a capable looper without spend lots of money, its just silly.

 

If they made a Vexter version of it I would definitely pick one up. But I'd never pay the full price, it's just a joke. I played it once before and didn't really like it, but that's because I didn't know how to use it.
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If the Flashback is any indication it will work like this:


 

 

 

 

 

Make sure the pedal is in bypass mode (LED off). Feel the groove and prepare for recording. Then press the switch to start your recording and play. The LED flashes red.


Press the switch again to stop recording. Flashback immediately starts playing the loop. In this play mode the LED is green.


To overdub your recording press the switch once more. The LED now blinks.


To delete all recordings, double-click the switch.


The first round of recording always sets the length of the loop (1). If an overdub exceeds the length of the loop (2), a third round of recording begins (3). This gives a very natural, logic and musical feel when recording loops.

 

 

 

 

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If the Flashback is any indication it will work like this:


 

 

 

 

 

Make sure the pedal is in bypass mode (LED off). Feel the groove and prepare for recording. Then press the switch to start your recording and play. The LED flashes red.


Press the switch again to stop recording. Flashback immediately starts playing the loop. In this play mode the LED is green.


To overdub your recording press the switch once more. The LED now blinks.


To delete all recordings, double-click the switch.


The first round of recording always sets the length of the loop (1). If an overdub exceeds the length of the loop (2), a third round of recording begins (3). This gives a very natural, logic and musical feel when recording loops.

 

 

 

 

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It's a {censored}ing picture, guys.

 

Well, it is a forum. If we don't make two pages worth of content based on a single picture we wouldn't be living up to the traditions of the Internet. It's up to us to continue to cultivate bull{censored}.
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