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DigiTech JML2 JamMan Stereo Looper Pedal

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  • Store over 35 minutes of stereo, CD Quality loops in 99 internal memories
  • Optional SDHC card can store over 16 hours of CD quality audio in 99 additional memories (198 total)
  • Reverse Playback
  • 4 Heavy duty metal footswitches for looping and loop selection; Connect to your computer via USB and use the JamManager Loop Librarian software to organize and archive your loops.
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DigiTech JML2 JamMan Stereo Looper Pedal + DigiTech FS3X Three-Function Foot Switch + Planet Waves Classic Series Instrument Cable with Right Angle Plug, 0.5 feet (3-pack)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 3.5 x 7.2 inches ; 3.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B003HZQRHK
  • Item model number: JML2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,824 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 16, 2004

Product Description

When we developed the PDS 8000 looper pedal over twenty years ago, it looped eight seconds of audio. When we reinvented loopers in 2005 with the original JamMan, over 6 hours worth of material could be stored on a removable media card. Now, DigiTech has raised the bar with the new JamMan Stereo Looper with the ability to store 35 minutes of CD quality loops in 99 internal memories as well as having an SD memory card expansion slot giving you the ability to store over 16 hours of material in an additional 99 slots. The JamMan Stereo also features true stereo looping, reverse playback, and a mic input making it perfect for backing tracks or DJ applications. The JamMan Stereo features USB connectivity and will sync to DigiTech's free JamManager software that organizes and saves your JamMan Stereo loops to piece or Mac. JamManager also lets you quickly create custom JamLists to take to your gig.

Customer Reviews

Sound quality is great; it sounds just like me playing through my rig.
Kenneth of Westfield
If you want a loop to play back at, say, half-speed, you're better off recording it at that speed to begin with.
Dr H
Lots of great tools and tricks for at home players and gigging players.
Zach

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

66 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Dr H on June 2, 2011
(Note: Why several sites have this listed as a "Bass Pedal Tuner" is a mystery to me. It's not specifically for bass, and it's certainly not any kind of "tuner." What it is, is a stereo digital sample-and-playback looping unit.)

I like this unit, mostly. I knew what I was looking for in a looper, and I researched the available options before settling on the Jamman Stereo. For the most part I got what I was expecting.

The pros:

+ The unit is compact, and very solidly built
+ Controls are (mostly) self-explanatory
+ Excellent sound quality on the samples, with very low noise
+ Good internal memory capacity
+ Expandable memory, using common SD digital camera memory chips
+ Simple to use; shallow learning curve
+ True stereo input and output available
+ Adjustable tempo and quantization available
+ "Single play" and "infinite repeat" options
+ Accepts direct input from: instrument, mike, audio-player
+ No batteries needed

* I found it very easy to start working with this unit, record, playback, overdub, and erase functions are simple to implement through footswitch control. Sound is clean and high quality, and most of what I need to do can be done with hands-free operation. The unit accepts SD memory up to 32GB, which provides for 6-hours of storage; more than sufficient for any of my planned applications.

Indifferent/personal taste:

+/- "Reverse playback" option is kind of silly and useless
+/- "Snap"-type footswitches, rather than soft-touch
+/- No way to set a loop for a specific number of repeats
+/- No phantom power on mike XLR input
+/- No "on/off" switch
+/- Need for wall-wart & power cord offsets the convenience of not needing batteries.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth of Westfield on October 3, 2011
Review Part I - About this looping pedal:

Background - My first looping pedal was the Line 6 DL4 Stompbox Delay Modeler with only 13 seconds of looping time, no undo and no option to save loops in the pedal itself.

By upgrading to this pedal, I can now permanently save loops and undo an overdub.

Comes with 35 minutes of onboard memory and an SD Ram slot for substantial memory expansion - import, export and expand the memory.

The perfect configuration of switches: 1.) record/play back 2.) stop 3.) loop up and 4.) loop down. Apparently the latest generation Boss pedals can't go seamlessly from one stored loop to the next like this one does.

Any looping pedal, regardless of pedigree, that only has a single switch, is just not enough IMHO. You'll burn too much time maneuvering from one loop to the next or deleting if you can't just hold down a switch for 2 seconds. The single switch Boss RC-3 Loop Station stomp box I purchased and returned before picking this one up required you to hold a little button down (not the main switch) for 2 seconds then hit it again to confirm deletion. I found that too disruptive.

I love the option of the auto start function, you don't have to punch in with a switch, just arm start playing when ready. If the song starts with a rest, you can still do it the old fashioned way.

The tap tempo seems a bit counter intuitive, if you train wreck and delete a loop, your tapped tempo is also erased.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By skweetis on June 19, 2013
The noisy foot switches are ridiculous and clumsy for something like a looper. The clicks don't make it into your audio signal (maybe unless you're looping with a mic and it picks them up), they're just bothersome physical clicks. This apparently doesn't bother too many people and it doesn't sound like a big deal - and it probably isn't when you're in a band setting. But when you're in the middle of some spaced out ethereal Frippertronics sort of thing or a somber acoustic piece it's distracting. Not only that but if you're playing at home in socks or bare feet the switches aren't very foot friendly.

I'm deducting 2 noisy switch stars for an otherwise excellent product. It bums me out. I really want to like it but those switches aren't agreeing with me at all. On almost any other pedal I wouldn't mind, but on a looper where you're constantly tapping on the thing? No thanks. Mine came with the optional external FS3X footswitch and the switches on that are much more smooth and almost silent. Come on, Digitech! Why not use those on the Jammman as well?

Enough about what I consider to be a massive con. How about some pros: Pretty much everything else. Creating loops is super easy and doesn't take long to master. Auto record is awesome. Sound is great. You can loop to infinity with additional memory. It's small and light. I highly recommend getting the FS3X if you decide the Jamman is the one for you - it will keep your hands on your guitar/instrument more which is where they should be in the first place.

I have 2 weeks before the return period is up and the switch issue quickly had me exploring other options (I have the nearly twice as much $ Boomerang III on order at the moment). Maybe the 'Rang won't be my bag and I'll learn to deal with the Digi-clicks.
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