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DigiTech JamMan Solo
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DigiTech JamMan Solo

Looper from DigiTech belonging to the JamMan series.

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barvador barvador
Publié le 07/02/10 à 16:25
I do a quick overview because there are a lot of requests for advice.

This pedal is amazing considering the format. It is a sort of best of the loopers on the market.
It creates loops and phrases in digital, on SDcard with USB connection to PC via software. without the SD card was 35 minutes of music memory and 10 minutes per loop. there is a tap tempo, 9 types of click, measures 2 / 4, 4 / 4 etc. until 12 / 8, 5 / 4 etc ... a change in tempo of loops without loss of height, a volume of clicks, the loop, a power supply provided, an entry to record an mp3 music as a loop, the LEDs in all directions, easy disassembly for access the SD output can be headphone, in short, a killer technology. There are more loops factory for testing ...
Attention, no on / off button.

UTILIZATION

you should download the French manual is better!
Grip synthetic medium without the manual, but after a little reading, Guingamp forward!

I have not yet tested the software because I believe it is necessary to connect the pedal to use. We will see later.
The pleasure is almost immediate when you're a guitarist.

SOUND QUALITY

This is quite handy, especially with a tap tempo and count in (able to intro ...) to save. The loop is easily clamped, tap tempo too.
To be installed in the loop of the amp is super quiet, very clean, do not compress the class.

Usage is quite simple after a little practice, we hold good, we will record, overdub, is pressed once to start, there is the measure intro, once again to the loop, once for the overdub, the LEDs change color, the beat is adjustable in volume and can obviously get more complex because of the beats ... digital. And finally, there is the undo / redo if you missed the last overdub.
Jamman quality without the bulk and 30 euros less.
Boss has to face!

OVERALL OPINION

very positive first review after a few uses, it is an extraordinary toy.
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