If someone's looking to cop the Frippertronics vibe, it's worth noting that the delay time Fripp used was between 4 and 6 seconds, which is with the reach of just about any looping device these days. TravisH On Feb 5, 2005, at 10:29 AM, Loopers-Delightfirstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > Using just my guitar patches in conjunction with a volume pedal, I've > been able to get a damn good emulation of Frippertronics out of the > Line 6 devices. I think the key factor you're seeking is the ability > to cleanly overdub on top of a seamless loop. In my experience, the > Line 6 does an excellent job of that, and I'm able to easily build a > variety of ambient textures and soundscapes quite quickly using only > the overdub in conjunction with the reverse and double/half-speed > functionality. > > As has been pointed out, the one Achilles' heel of the the DL-4 is the > relatively short amount of memory available. I'd agree that if you > were trying to loop and switch between standard Verse-Chorus-Break > parts, you'd probably get somewhat frustrated with the amount of > available loop time. However, correct me if I'm wrong, but it doesn't > sound as if that's the kind of music you're doing.