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Re: Strategies for Hiding a Loop

I admit to not really following this chain of emails, but if you are talking a smooth transition from the end to the start, I find playing through the first note or two of the "one" works really well. 
Mike Fugazzi
Quicksilver Custom Harmonicas

On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 10:22 AM, William Walker <billwalker@baymoon.com> wrote:
"One thing that I find really effective is to fade in just a bit of reverse loop to kind of hide the starting and ending points. This a great feature on the Vox Dynamic Looper but is probably available on other loopers as well. Just a dab will do you."

Good strategy patrick,  will this strategy be henceforth known as the Brylcreem maneuver? and if so , will this mean women won't be able to resist getting there fingers in our loops?
 to wit: