DigiTech JamMan Solo XT
DigiTech JamMan Solo XT

JamMan Solo XT, Looper from DigiTech in the JamMan series.

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Mr eddy08/11/2013

Mr eddy's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

DigiTech JamMan Solo XT
Digital Stereo Looper pedal format.
The loops are transferred to a PC via USB and Jammanager xt software.
connections: 2 in, 2 out (stereo), with in, footswitch (FS3X), USB, power supply, and connectivity Jamsync (3.5mm stereo in and out format).
It lacks a set of entry-level and XLR connectors (maybe a future Jamman duo xt?).


As owner of the first Digitech Jamman (mono), the use seems to me quite simple after a period of adaptation. The single pedal size increasing the number of functions from a single command.
The ability to save or move a loop while it is played is a big plus compared to mono Jamman.


It seems that the sound reproduction is in progress against the Jamman 1 and stereo. I use it on guitar and bass and I tested on electronic drums.
The main interest of the pedal is Jamsync function to synchronize multiple Jamman (with one master and one or more slaves) equipped with this connection. I tried it with a friend and it works very well. Master and slave can play simultaneously or sequentially.
Unlike the Boss RC 30, RC 50 ... the second loop (slave) is not limited to the duration of the first, but may be a multiple thereof.
The main drawback lies in the fact that the master loop, when stopped, causes the judgment of the slave loop. While the latter can be stopped independently.
This problem must be overcome by creating a loop (circuit) mommentanément canceling or reversing the positions of master and slave. A test.


I use it for a week and what a joy to be able to make loops with his musician friends staying sync!
As previously stated, I have the Jamman 1 mono.
The most significant feature and function of synchronization.
At about 160 euros pedal, the price / quality ratio seems very good to me. Remains to be seen in time ...
I would do this choice (I hesitate to acquire a second to complete the voice or other instruments) ... until the release of a hypothetical Jamman duo xt the most complete connectivity.