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Re: best looper?

There's a great selection out there these days, it is
true.  I just saw some acts that made amazing use of a
LoopStation and a DL-4.  Might want to check out
those.  GigaDelay is another good cheap one if you
want to go with a 2 looper setup.

Don't forget the Boomerang too.

--- edwin cleverdon <ecleverdon@hotmail.com> wrote:

> I'm new to this forum, and have learned a tremendous
> amount in just the few 
> weeks I've been lurking.  I hope you guys can help
> guide me.  I currently 
> play in sort of a free jazz improv group -- I'm the
> designated "bass" player 
> (guitar w/octave pedal), and I often get loops going
> to build up textural 
> rhythm tracks.  I've been using an old Akai
> Headrush, but it's quite 
> limited.
> I've been looking at the EH 2880, EH 16-sec delay,
> boss rc-50, and the 
> someday-to-be-released repeater, which all seem to
> be in the same general 
> price range, but reading the specs isn't as
> enlightening as I could hope.  
> Also, its not really possible in Birmingham, Alabama
> to pop into a music 
> store and demo these things (and certainly not the
> ones that haven't been 
> released yet).
> Between the 16-sec and the 2880, as best as I can
> tell, the 2880 seems to be 
> a deluxe 16-sec delay (and perhaps the only reason
> to choose the 16-sec is 
> for the price).  The boss looks good, in spite of
> boss' best efforts to 
> market it as a shredder's buddy.  And the repeater
> looks good too, but it 
> may be more sophisticated than I need.
> Help!
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