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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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|Item Dimensions||3.5 x 10 x 7.25 in||3 x 4.5 x 2 in||6.2 x 7.25 x 3.25 in||21 x 9 x 76 in||7.3 x 12.9 x 5.9 in||3.19 x 4.62 x 2.12 in|
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.
Top customer reviews
The jam man is intuitive and easy to use. It is easy to record then add many layers or parts to the loop. Unlike most other systems it is easily go up or down to access loops using foot switches. It is simple to save then copy the loop to another location to add other instruments, vocals, or parts.
You can quite easily record the verse of your song on one track, the chorus on the next, and the lead on still another. After doing this it is easy to select the loop you wish. When you select the next loop, while playing, the selected loop waits for the current loop to finishes then automatically begins.
Loops are easily stored to the computer as well.
To save or write each loop you must use your hands to push the button. A seller on ebay sells a very clever device that easily and securely snaps onto the Jam Man which makes it easy to use your feet to write or save your work with a foot control.
The four star review is due to the somewhat poor sound quality. The sound quality may not equal more expensive systems but it is much easier to use to record tracks.
Because of the ease of use, cost, customer support, and foot switch controls I prefer the Jam Man Stereo over choices available. I would recommend the Jam Man to guitar or keyboard players.
My only disappointment is that this model can't switch to another loop, during a song, then go back to the first without losing everything. That function would've allowed me to have the verse on one loop, and the bridge on another, so I could loop more complex songs. Guess I'll have to start saving up for an upgrade.
But this is an excellent little machine, and I love it!
FYI - you CAN fade the loops. You just have to program the loop to do so. It's just a couple buttons, so it wouldn't be the worst thing in the world if trying to fade in a live setting. But for me personally, I would just pre-program the loop and then save it, that way it will fade when playing live