DigiTech JamMan Solo

DigiTech JamMan Solo

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JamMan Solo, Looper from DigiTech in the JamMan series.

10 user reviews

DigiTech JamMan Solo tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:DigiTech
  • Model:JamMan Solo
  • Series:JamMan
  • Category:Loopers
  • Added in our database on: 01/15/2010

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DigiTech JamMan Solo user reviews

Average Score:4.6( 4.6/5 based on 10 reviews )
 6 reviews60 %
 4 reviews40 %

MGR/Billy's review"DigiTech JamMan Solo Looper"

DigiTech JamMan Solo
This is Digitech's smallest of their new line of JamMan Looper series pedals. You can record 35 minutes worth of mono CD quality loops over 99 presets. The upper models offer stereo. With an additional memory card you can store even more loops and presetes. It accepts the same standard SDHC memory cards as a camera or portable device.

I bought this to help me practice some ideas. I record chord progressions and play ideas over them. It has really helped my creativity for soloing.I bought this new online for $200.

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I can connect this to my computer via a USB cable and edit my settings through the software that came with the pedal.

The software is called JamManager JamMan library. It works with both PC and Mac computers.

Also the unit came with a power supply.

It will take some getting used to, to find where you put your loops and how to pull them up etc. The upper line of pedals is a bit more user-friendly, but for the price it's a cool pedal.

Well built. Solid box, jacks, knobs and power.

A great pedal to dive into the world of looping.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com

cococh8's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" What become autistic."

DigiTech JamMan Solo
Loop pedal mono channel. overcharged solid, although once I broke the small piece of soft plastic which presses the contact. but I tinkered unb new cutting sole nikel old and it works again.


super simple to use, a bam, it saves a second bang, the loop runs, another bang it saves a second loop above. Two sausages serve, stop it. A big bang and it disappears and leaves.

No need to be an engineer!

Only Downside. Only works on sector and it is a bit boring.

This model ets well for mason but having a single pedal controls the render unsuitable to live. And indeed, we must revive a loop to erase the ...


not bad, it does not change the sound. Ythmiques of the perceived sound bizare on an electric amp recess ... especially if there is a reverb then.


over a year. I'm a fan of this product. Perfect for a sheures looking for sounds, compose, working solo, improv work etc ...

an indispensable accesoire.

chicagogo35's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Condensed ideal"

DigiTech JamMan Solo
Looper classic sounds editable via PC and MAC software free download on the site Digitech (with manual in French).

Input, output jack, insert SD card to increase the storage capacity of the recorded loops.


The grip (feet should I say)-is quite intuitive to begin to enjoy super fast ... 1 hour, I had already cottoned on how looper, delete a loop recording, stop recording ... you say simpler but super cool!

The manual (nabbed Digitech site) is in French and comprehensive enough to explore a little further the potential of the small box.

For me, the most difficult was to find how to adjust a drum beat or a recording ... in the end it is again very simple!


The sound is not altered when passing the loop recorded on the amp or speaker.
The drum sounds are largely sufficient and credible to find the right rhythm.

I think I'll use it on stage (solo project) to jam with ... myself!
There is a demo on youtube of a guy using this amazing pedal, here is the link ... it's huge:


A bit expensive for my taste compared to the jamman stereo but what quality!
I prefer this format to more easily integrate my pedal-board.

This is my first experience with a looper ... great to begin with ... I'll see later if it suits me or if I ever pass on a wider range.

8oris's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)"A classic in smaller ..."

DigiTech JamMan Solo
# What are the effects or types of effects available?
Looper complete compact pedal format.

# What technology is used? (Analog, digital, lamp ...)

# Are they editable? Via an editor Mac / PC?
Connection via a computer with USB cable to import / export loops.

# What is the connection? (Audio / MIDI)
1 input jack / instrument, 1 output jack, an input for an additional pedal (FS3X).

# Is this a rack or rack-mount model?

The case is metal slightly glittery midnight blue, as all models in the range. The switch is convenient, all setting buttons are molded plastic and inspire confidence.
The display is readable.
There is an SD card slot, but it is impractical because it requires disassembling the switch: -1
Power owns (no possibility to use a standard power supply and hard to find a power supply compatible): -1


# The general configuration is it simple?
Yes. Connection of instrument, adjusting the level loop. Pressure to start recording two pressure to stop the loop and ca. To delete, hold down the switch.
That difficult to get any easier.

# Editing sounds and effects is it easy?
Yes. Several modes are available: loop (loop ... loop running) and single (the loop is played only once).
The proposed basic rhythmic, plastic enough: we have to do more than a metronome rhythm.

# The manual is clear and sufficient?

Intuitive if only one is used to playing with a looper, otherwise it&#39;s easy, it takes the hand quickly.
The dual pressure switch to stop recording makes it difficult (if not impossible) for use on stage. The transition from one loop to another requires to bend and manipulate the pedal (with the hand so).
It&#39;s quite usable but knowing that Digitech loopers built in recent decades, we would have appreciated a little more innovation in the use.


# The effects are they effective, responsive and realistic enough?
The sound is not overeating. No more than the Jamman classic, no less either. It&#39;s clean but still feel there&#39;s a little something missing in the dynamic but your audience will not hear the difference.
Note that it supports a large number of overdub the sound is really "dirty". Personally, I recorded a dozen overdubs without worries. Must only take care to correctly set the output level of the loop.

# Which instruments do you use?
Guitar, bass, drum. I put it in the loop of my preamp for a more "transparent" and more efficient.

# Which ones you prefer, you hate?
I therefore take this matter to return the software JamManager.
This app is already not very nice, quite austere. It handles a lot of things: tags, listening loop computer directly into the app, export and import loop works fine, no worries, the UNDO and REDO. Short, ugly but ultimately well thought ...
Except that impossible to do multiple actions. Basically, if you have 99 loops on your Jamman that you want to save on your computer, you will need for each of them, do an export, it is not possible to export any block. Prepare to spend time to "Selecting the loop, right click, export" as many times as you loop. It&#39;s stupid but it&#39;s a shame.

Equal to jamman classic, here too, I&#39;m a little disappointed. The product is intrinsically good but I expected better.
The app is well thought out but needs to spend some time for backups actions that should be very simple.


# How long have you been using?
Less than a year.

# What is special that you like most and least?
I like:
- The easy handling,
- No confusing who owned a Jamman Classic
- Support SD card.

I like:
- The software "JamManager"
- No use at improvements compared to classical
- The location of the SD card,
- The need to change FS3X loop at the foot which is not given.

# Did you try many other models before buying it?
I had the Jamman Classic, an Akai Head Rush (much worse in looper because it is ultimately mostly a delay). Finally, the classic is not much bigger and gave me a much better memory.

# How would you rate quality / price ratio?
Good enough. It is quite expensive (> € 150) for a product that has absolutely no need of R & D at Digitech since they are basically a "compact" classic.

# With experience, you do again this choice?
Yes, but I sold it because I realize that for my use (work loops without the need to import / export), the looper of my Zoom G3 enough.

Ideal for working at home, the Jamman Solo is a good product ... which could have been better if Digitech had pushed a little further research in this area.
Anyway, it does its job, does it very well and is very "user-friendly".

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