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BOOS rc20 vs. Boomerang

I would also be interested in this comparison and
their pros and cons for live looping.

--- lol c <testtubemicro@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Could you tell us (me) a little more about how your
> finding things with the 
> DD-20 (functionality, the warp and god knows what
> settings that ive hread 
> about,ect ).  Im thinking of getting one to use,
> like you, alongside my 
> existing rc-20.
> cheers Phill
> >From: Weg <theweg@netzero.com>
> >Reply-To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> >To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> >Subject: Re: Pot debate
> >Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 15:28:06 GMT
> >
> >
> >Looping is fun!  I started looping last night with
> the new boss dd20.  I 
> >love it as a dd and the sound on sound is great but
> it doesn't seem long 
> >enough for some of my lengthlier passages.  I used
> it in conjuction with 
> >the Boss RC20 and between the too I got pretty high
> with some wacked out 
> >loops.  The dd20 is a very nice unit for those who
> want a dedicated delay 
> >with tap tempo at their feet.  I was lucky enough
> to get it for 179 at 
> >sweetwater.  I also purchased the new boss dr3 drum
> machine which also 
> >loops patterns.  It can be setup to loop any drum
> and bass preset or create 
> >your own and store them in one of the 100 user
> slots.  This drum machine 
> >also does a few odd time signatures too.  I am just
> getting started with 
> >these units but the feeling was wonderful!
> >
> >Weg
> >
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