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Digitech Jam Man Stereo Looper Delay 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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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 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.
+/- "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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I cant get enough of it.
Best looper pedal.
Product quality physical and functional is great. Read more
Here's the thing. When it was working it was fun to play around with. It's got a built in "rhythm section" but the sound quality of the "drums" is awful it distorts... Read morePublished 1 month ago by 11123456666666
It works great however the pedal takes too much room on a pedal board.Published 4 months ago by A.E.
I've tried other popular brands but none other comes close to the Digitech Jam Man Stereo Looper for ease of programming, selection and use of your jam tracks. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Databoss
The features are great, and it's a pretty user friendly pedal, but the playback sound quality is garbage. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Comic Fox
This looping pedal is a great piece of hardware. With it's features, you can do all of the standard looping features, as well as play back samples or backing tracks. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tim Burke
This unit is a huge part of my solo performance, and I use it for live looping in 80-90% of a typical gig. Read morePublished 5 months ago by houston musician