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re: It's not Purple, t's Blue

i test drove the jaman today it was nice having long loops compared to my dl4 but no battery option is a definate no no when you play the streets and i like the ease of a delay right in the loop.i hope line6 makes a longer loop capacity in the future.            scary.

mark sottilaro <marksottilaro@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
Yes, but consider for a moment that for another $140
you can get the Repeater MK2 and that shit sould be,
as the kids say, da bomb.
(if it's ever released hee hee)


--- "loop.pool" wrote:

> Mark Sottilaro wrote:
> "No feedback
> control takes a looper off my list of things to get
> and as a big fan of the original JamMan, I consider
> it
> false advertising to name something as different as
> this new box is to the classic looper."
> I hear you Mark but, frankly, I'm so old school
> that I had the exact same
> thought when
> Oberheim put out the Echoplex. Man it had
> nothing to do with the
> tube/tape Echoplexes
> I used to play with and I was 1) bummed and 2) upset
> about false
> adverstising...........................lol, boy
> was I wrong about that
> one. I love my EDPs now!!!!!!
> .....................interestingly enough, I don't
> even think about the
> Echoplex
> of the seventies when I hear the name Echoplex
> now.......
> and no midi sync on the JamPerson? ouch!!!!!!!!
> Still in the $300 range it actually sounds awesome
> up against the DL4 and
> the RC-20

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