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DigiTech JamMan Delay
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DigiTech JamMan Delay

Looper from DigiTech belonging to the JamMan series.

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DigiTech JamMan DelayPublié le 03/30/10 à 02:22
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DigiTech JamMan DelayPublié le 02/27/14 à 11:44
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a jamman with all options + a delay digitech 3 presets
for the price of a single or a jamman delay style boss DD20 which is not better so
all benef 2 for the price of one.

UTILIZATION

very easy in all

SOUND QUALITY

without but does the job without pb 24bit 44 khz
nobody complains about this product for the price
with elec grate prs Standard 22, a seagull 12cordes a nylon string washburn e a fender jazz bass following a Plexitone carl martin in a fender hot rod and claps!
middle classes of the guitar go for more production is stopped because too good value for money

OVERALL OPINION

a week of intense testing with good experience of everything that comes in general as......
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a jamman with all options + a delay digitech 3 presets
for the price of a single or a jamman delay style boss DD20 which is not better so
all benef 2 for the price of one.

UTILIZATION

very easy in all

SOUND QUALITY

without but does the job without pb 24bit 44 khz
nobody complains about this product for the price
with elec grate prs Standard 22, a seagull 12cordes a nylon string washburn e a fender jazz bass following a Plexitone carl martin in a fender hot rod and claps!
middle classes of the guitar go for more production is stopped because too good value for money

OVERALL OPINION

a week of intense testing with good experience of everything that comes in general as pedals.
very good impression was certainly not the pitch of an empress or eventide but which have that one preset and nn not forget that a fender hot rod c is coffee concert and c is very good! were not the hifi
what type of sacred delirium live with monstrous delay
the best of me by jamman
na the stereo microphone input that a more
fun!
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" AND Delay Looper"

DigiTech JamMan DelayPublié le 07/24/10 à 05:07
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Looper, Delay
Editable via USB or directly from the SD card (if you put one inside) via the software download on the Digitech site.
This is a box with 8 foot switches.
While the digital and analog for the delay
Extensive connection!

UTILIZATION

Yes, very simple!
The Manual is provided in English, but you would find in french on the Digitech site also
Not tested editing of sound, I'm using it mainly for the live or repeated ...

SOUND QUALITY

Excellent sound quality! This is awesome! As it has played with the sound that comes (I play mainly acoustic)
Ajoindre possibility of delays on some parts of guitars, to choose from!
For now with my electro-acoustic Takamine, a......
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Looper, Delay
Editable via USB or directly from the SD card (if you put one inside) via the software download on the Digitech site.
This is a box with 8 foot switches.
While the digital and analog for the delay
Extensive connection!

UTILIZATION

Yes, very simple!
The Manual is provided in English, but you would find in french on the Digitech site also
Not tested editing of sound, I'm using it mainly for the live or repeated ...

SOUND QUALITY

Excellent sound quality! This is awesome! As it has played with the sound that comes (I play mainly acoustic)
Ajoindre possibility of delays on some parts of guitars, to choose from!
For now with my electro-acoustic Takamine, a Marshall acoustic amp 50D ....
Soon with my SG and my Les Pauls

OVERALL OPINION

It must make a week now that I

I tried one just before Jamman Stereo, and AC had already really liked ... I was looking for a good time limits too, I look to the Memory Man Electro-Harmonix home, but hey, the JamMan Delay does both, and do quite well!

What piss me off, is unable to cancel the last record in the loop, no management multitrack ... The pedal has three sets of delay (your own settings), but these switches could also be assignable to loops, it would have been huge!
but I'm still learning it!
I find this pedal a bit pricey (fortunately payment 3 times for free!), But downright attractive relative to lower model

For now I'm satisfied, but I still groping to find what I want to delay ... as soon as I would, hop! I record in pre-selections Hey hey hey hey hey!
but Looper is really huge!
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  • Manufacturer: DigiTech
  • Model: JamMan Delay
  • Series: JamMan
  • Category: Loopers
  • Added in our database on: 03/25/2010

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Other names: jamman delay, jammandelay, jam man delay, jamman delai

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