Now, DigiTech® has raised the bar with the new JamMan Solo Looper/Phrase Sampler 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 ov...
He runs two pedalboards, one for acoustic and one for electric. The acoustic board consists of an Ernie Ball volume pedal, Boss FRV-1 reverb, TU-2 tuner and a Radial Tonebone PZ-Pre acoustic preamp. Electric-wise, there’s a Menatone King of the Britains, Electro-Harmonix HOG, Digitech Jamman, Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man and MXR 10-Band Graphic EQ, all powered by a Dunlop DC Brick. It’s an impressive selection and one that ensures Cornell’s acoustic shows are so much more than just, well, acoustic.more
“Ultimamente estoy recopado metiendo un looper, un Digitech Jamman Solo. Cuando toco solo, voy creando capas como para que no quede tan trovador, que no me cabe mucho. Y con El Mato hago un bucle de ruido y lo voy tirando como un sampler de quilombo. Me fascina como suena, aunque a veces me paso de mambo y lo dejo repitiendo por demasiado tiempo a un volumen zarpado.”more
Now, DigiTech® has raised the bar with the new JamMan Solo Looper/Phrase Sampler 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.
I have been trying to get this box to cooperate with me now for some time and I am getting fed up to be quite frank. I recorded a whole bunch of guitar parts to be used for live performance while doing a lead only to find them getting erased accidentally, how I don't know. Maybe I got a lemon? JamMan for sale anybody???
This pedal makes it easy to loop chord progressions, and has plenty of space (Up to 200 loops). The general settings can get a bit confusing, so make sure not to throw away the manual right when you get it. Overall, reliable looper.
I use it mainly to load phrases from my computer so I care about its management software (JamManager XT) which it's just ok in terms of easy of use as the design could make it way much better not just in terms of visual appeal but also boosting the usability through a better (more clear and consistent) interface (yes, I know: in the end it ends being redundant to visual appeal too, as simplicity is a sub product of clever decisions). Then the pedal itself works great.