I find my Korg SDD-1000 (2048 ms max) quite useful for short loops in my mixer's aux 2, with footswitches for hold and bypass. (Aux 1 is the Headrush). One thing I like to do with the Korg when it's got a good loop going is to send it to the other looper to overdub onto a longer loop, freeing up the SDD-1000 for a new short loop or for duty as a non-looping delay. This is nothing new to EDP users with your Multiply function, and there's a lot less control my way, but it does the trick. It generally works better when one of the loopers is handling a more rhythmic part and the other is a texture-type thing, since they're non-synchronous. Using the two independently is a little more forgiving in lieu of a genuine UNDO. (OK, I'll admit it! I wish I had a maxed EDP!) I also have a DD-3 on the floor, but find it a lot more appropriate to use it as a regular delay than trying to do the one-footed tap dance to hold. What I used to do with the DD-3 involved an L-screw (I'm not sure what it's really called; it looks like an allen wrench with a threaded point...)screwed down into my pedalboard next to the DD-3. While holding the pedal down, a quarter turn of the L-screw latches the DD-3 into hold mode so you don't have to keep your foot on it. The downside is you've got to unlatch it to make it stop. The Korg's a lot easier. Anyone else using short loopers either by themselves or in conjunction with longer ones? Tim (not that one...) At 05:34 PM 12/7/99 -0700, you wrote: >At 05:59 PM 12/7/99 -0600, X-ray wrote: >>>>I'm having trouble grasping that Tim does all his looping with a >>2->>second hold. Is that all he uses? >> >>I'm as amazed as you, but yeah that's it. > >All I use is a Digitech 3.6 and a Boss DE-200 (1200 ms hold max), hooked >generally in serial.