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RE: Digitech Jamman vs Boss Loopstation vs Extreme Negativity

Though I am somewhat of a novice looper, I find Bernhard's idea an 
intriguing one. I may be a bit of a Pollyanna on such matters, but perhaps 
a collective missive from the looping community and many of it's well 
respected elder statesmen, such as the esteemed members of this list may 
well be an idea that's time has come. With chip prices seemingly becoming 
more afordable, perhaps it is an idea. How many manufacturer's get their 
marketing  research done for them? Thoughts?

Todd Howell

-----Original Message-----
>From: Bernhard Wagner LD <loopdelightml@nosuch.biz>
>Sent: Dec 29, 2005 3:21 AM
>To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>Subject: RE: Digitech Jamman vs Boss Loopstation vs Extreme Negativity
>This gives me an idea:
>Why don't we publish an open letter on the LD website specifically for
>manufacturers describing these required fundamental features. Along with 
>frustration that the knowledge has been around for so long and still 
>get incorporated in new products.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Travis Hartnett [mailto:travishartnett@gmail.com]
>> Sent: Donnerstag, 29. Dezember 2005 03:40
>> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>> Subject: Re: Digitech Jamman vs Boss Loopstation vs Extreme Negativity
>> After years and years of discussion on desireable features for looping
>> devices, it's frustrating to see that publically available information
>> go seemingly unheeded by manufacturers.  One can produce "something
>> worth listening to" with any bit of gear, but imagine if stereo
>> manufacturers kept trying to sell you something with only two volume
>> settings--"off" and "on".  Once you'd seen a stereo with a volume
>> control, one without that feature just seems silly, even though you
>> could listen to music on it and put a towel or two over the speaker to
>> make it quieter.