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Re: ditto looper footswitch problems

I'm often disappointed by the poor build quality of this kind of thing these days.  I have fx pedals from the 70's and 80's that are STILL working  just fine and I was not known for being clean and/or careful with them.  That includes some very cheap Arion pedals made of molded plastic. 

Shame on TC.

On Wed, May 22, 2013 at 10:59 AM, Scott Hansen <evanpeewee@gmail.com> wrote:
i don't have this pedal, nor was i interested when i heard it was coming out 
(digitech has one too now). but when i heard this one-button pedal, i figured
that at some this would be the issue. i guess i like control over parameters,
and just being able to turn something on/off, to me, isn't enough control, especially
when you talk looping. but that's me. it would concern me that a pedal you've had
since march is already having switch problems, maybe it's a faulty switch...
good luck!

I was enjoying to play with a ditto looper since March, but despite me only using this every once in a while, the reliability of the built-in footswitch is now decreasing every day. (Yes, my shoes are clean and Ditto stored in it's box ;) Does any of you have similar experiences with this device (or other TC Electronic pedals)? Thanx for any insights, jayrope --- kliklak.net aircushionfinish.com prinzenallee.com