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Re: boomerang vs. rc-20 vs. line6 vs ??

get a rang. buy the old model used for 100 to 200 on line, ebay, then pay
mike nelson 75. for the upgrade to 24 bit dual loops etc.

if you are gonna want midi look for a used jamman.

jimmy george

----- Original Message -----
From: Douglas Baldwin <coyotelk@optonline.net>
To: dylan <dylanhassinger@yahoo.com>; <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Thursday, January 16, 2003 6:06 PM
Subject: Re: boomerang vs. rc-20 vs. line6 vs ??

> Dylan wrote:
> > as far as start/stop style loopers, what's the best? and
> > what's the best for the money? i don't really care to much
> > about speeding/slowing it down or reverse. although these
> > are cool features if the money's right. but all i need is
> > something where i can hit "start", play a riff, hit "stop",
> > and get it to start repeating. then hopefully it'll let me
> > solo over it without adding my new crap to the loop. what's
> > the best for the buck?
> Again, my vote is for the Headrush. In the newest Musicians Friend, the
> RC-20 is $280, the Boomer is $450, the Line 6 is $250, but the 'rush is a
> baby bird: Cheap! Cheap! at $170.