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Re: Digitech JamMan???
I agree, but it could be a fun little looper (and a
sign that companies are still considering such things
as marketable?) For that price I'd spend some extra
and get the Repeater MkII and maybe upgrade my current
--- Art Simon <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Here's a little more from
> "The original Lexicon JamMan's go for silly money on
> the second hand
> market. Borrowing from that famous rack unit,
> Digitech has brought us
> this pedal version. Utilizes CompactFlash memory for
> up to 6.5 hours
> of record/loop time (with a 2GB card), store and
> save up to 99 loops
> which can be transferred to a PC via the removable
> memory card, XLR
> and 1/4" inputs, 44.1k sampling rate, 2 foot
> footswitches, loop decay
> and fade controls, power supply included.
> on order, expected arrival date 06/30/05
> JAM .. list $449.00 ours $299.00"
> Doesn't appear to have midi sync, which greatly
> diminishes it's appeal
> to me. . .
> On 5/6/05, hazard factor <email@example.com>
> > Found a refrence to a new looping pedal:
> > RIE=999
> > Although nothing on the Digitech site yet. Found a
> price for $299US on a few
> > sites. Available mid June.
> > Dave Eichenberger-
> > http://www.hazardfactor.com
> Art Simon