TC Electronic Ditto Looper Guitar Effects Pedal
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An amazingly simple looper made by guitarists - for guitarists.
Ditto Looper is the looper you try once and love for life. TC Electronics have taken all that is good about loopers, trimmed away all the non-essential, mood-killing tech hoopla and ended up with a looper that is intuitive, tons of fun, sounds great and doesn't break the bank.
Its 'one knob' button may seem like a minimalist approach, but all the essentials are there: record, undo/redo, stop and erase are all accessed via different foot-commands that always make sense, whether you are building loops, changing from one part to the next (we're looking at you, live performers) or adding layers to a song. Tone quality should still always be priority number one so that's why the loops produced are in 24 bit uncompressed high quality audio.
Make looping as easy as 1-2-3. No hassle or needlessly complicated stuff, Ditto Looper is boiled down to the essentials and makes control intuitive yet flexible, so guitarists can focus on what matters most: playing and performing. You press once to record, press once again to play the loop. Press once to add another layer of sounds (something you can keep repeating until you run out of ideas). You press and hold to Undo a layer and press and hold again to Redo. Press twice to stop, after which you can press and hold to clear the loop.
The Ditto Looper has a ton of great features aside from its simple layout and controls. It provides 5 minutes of looping time which is more than you'll ever need and unlimited overdubs. It has an ultrasmall footprint and takes up almost zero space on your pedalboard, saving you precious realestate. It's great for quickly getting rid of parts you aren't feeling, but it's been found that many people actually use this to change parts during live performance, say from verse to chorus Ditto works great in either scenario. The single knob allows you to set the level of your loops as a subtle background or a mindblowing performance.
In addition the Ditto Looper always let's your ‘dry sound' pass without ever converting it to digital, keeping your original tone just that original and purely as you intended it coming through with zero latency. And when it's bypassed, it's REALLY off. The Ditto Looper also stores your loops when you power down or disconnect the power plug. This means absolutely zero worries, as the music you've created stays stored and is ready to go when you need it whether you're just jamming on ideas, rehearsal, live performance or studio.
Note: Power supply sold separately.
- The guitar player's looper - made for guitarists by guitarists
- Dirt simple looping - and nothing but looping
- True bypass and Analog-Dry-Through
- 5 minutes of looping
- Undo / Redo function
- Unlimited overdubs
- 24-bit uncompressed high quality audio
- Ultra-small footprint, requires 9V DC adapter (sold separately)*
- *Please note that Ditto Looper has no battery compartment, and you cannot connect a USB power supply to the USB port. A conventional power supply is required for operating this product.
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- Does What They Say
- Excellent Sound Quality
- Simplicity Itself
- No Loop Storage
- Amateur Recording
- Great For Practicing
- Home Studio
- Professional Recording
Comments about TC Electronic Ditto Looper Guitar Effects Pedal:
this thing does exactly what they say. perfect, simple looping. I am a guitar player, not a computer guy, so for me this looper is perfect. you need to carefully time the stopping and starting of recording so that the beat stays smooth, but from what I've heard that is the case with any looper. sound quality is good. switching is true bypass, so it doesn't effect your tone when it's off.
the only drawback for me is that you can't store any of your loops; they all must be performed live, and then you build on them. but that is how they manage to make this pedal so simple, and if I eventually want to cart around pre- recorded loops i'll get a jam man or something. but honestly that seems a bit too much like cheating to me. mostly what I've been using it for has been jamming by myself, and for that this thing is great- it's easy to get completely lost in a jam that way.