[DISCONTINUED] VOX VDL1 Dynamic Looper Guitar Multi Effects Pedal
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- Loop Pedal Processor offering intuitive footpedal control
- Infinite recording time using two independent loops (combined loop length up to 90 seconds)
- Add infinite layers with SOS recording capabilities
- Loop Quantize creates specific beat-length phrases that automatically loop on the beat
- 11 Pre Effects enhance and morph your instrument’s sound as you play and record loops
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The Vox Dynamic Looper Guitar Multi Effects Pedal provides optimized effects and musical loop tools that together promise unprecedented new dimensions in live performance! As a group, guitarists have always been noted for exploring new sounds and developing unexpected performance techniques that astonish and delight the listener. This in turn has fueled a vast array of equipment designed to stimulate and inspire the guitarist's creativity. The Vox Dynamic Looper is just such a product, ideal for the guitarist who seeks this type of new expressive power. Combining versatile effects, two independent loops, and intuitive ‘wah-style’ footpedal control, the Dynamic Looper allows the player to develop their sound in nearly limitless ways. Just plug in, and you'll be creating phrases you never dreamed of, and enjoying the dramatic new world of loop performance techniques.
Top customer reviews
A few nitpicky cons: The excellent user's manual started falling apart at the binding almost as soon as I started reading it. It would be nice to be able to combine multiple effects in a more robust way--I'm not sure if this is standard on other multi-effect pedals. I have a couple times accidentally bumped the wrong pedal during a performance, making for an embarrassing glitch in the sound.
Remember that this does take time and practice to learn, as it's almost an instrument in its own right, especially when you're making use of the more advanced looper effects.