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Looper from DigiTech belonging to the JamMan series.

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The latest version of the DigiTech JamMan looper, that had been introduced at Musikmesse in April, is coming to the authorized retailers.

The JamMan Express XT pedal allows up to 10 minutes of stere looping, with an Auto-Record feature that launches the recording when you start playing. DigiTech also included the JamSync feature for those who use multiple JamMan pedals together.

For this version, DigiTech wanted a streamlined design, with a single footswitch to launch the recording, overdub and playback, each feature are visually recognizable via three LEDs. You can also control the level of the loop.

The connection panel includes 1/4" stereo inputs and outputs, the JamSync in and out is on 1.8" jack. The pedal is powered by a 9V battery or an external adapter.

The JamMan Express XT is available for $99 / 100€ approximately. Visit www.digitech.com for full info.

 

 

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