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Digitech JamMan Demo - How to Use a Looper

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Published on Feb 2, 2010

I picked up a new Digitech JamMan looper recently and wanted to show how much fun it is. I love, love, love this pedal. I've tried other loopers but, to me, this was the best pedal-based looper. I liked that it has two inputs, is ultra-quiet, doesn't change my tone, and the action on the pedal is very smooth.

Gear used in this video:
2007 Eric Johnson Signature Series Fender Stratocaster
1966 Fender Twin Reverb with JBL D120Fs
Shure SM57 mic for amp
Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer modded by Analogman.com (Silver mods w/ true bypass switch)
Audio was recorded using a Tascam FW1884 board through Cubase 5.1

This is the first time also that I've used my new wireless clip-on (lavalier) mic. I bought the Shure PG185 system this weekend. You can hear my clothes hitting the mic from time to time - sorry! I wanted to be able to mic the amp so that I had the best sound and separating the channels into one for guitar and one for spoken seemed to be the way to go.

FYI: Other popular loopers that I've played through were the Boss RC-20 Loop Station and the Boss RC-50 Loop Station. The RC-20 wasn't enough for my tastes and the RC-50 was way too complex.

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