For a multi-track looper, the Boomerang 3 is pretty small but not really small. Throw in the Sidecar and it ceases to be small.
I've worked out my desired control behavior for 2, 3, and 4 button loopers — basically an effort in packing as much functionality as possible onto a small number of controls — but I don't know of any pedals that meet the specs.
Some questions you should answer because it may narrow things down: Mono or stereo? Single loop or multiple loops? If multiple, parallel or serial?
This is one of my pedalboards :
It’s a little looper pedalboard, to quickly record an idea as it comes in mind, for voice, guitar, bass, rythms, synth, violin…
The looper and drum machine are sync.
here is the description : http://www.guitariste.com/forums/pedales-effets-homestudio,pedal-board-quot-bloc-note-a-idees-quot-pour-composer,470083.html
I prefer the 45000 than the 2880, but my 45000 is locked on my main gig rack
De : todd reynolds [mailto:email@example.com]
Envoyé : vendredi 7 novembre 2014 21:16
À : Looper's Delight
Objet : what is the state of things with pedals these days?
Hi my friends. Believe it or not, after 20 years of only looping with hardware or software, I'm finally getting down to building a pedal board. Aside from the LP2, what is the state of things out there? Peeps favoring the Pigtronix? or what else?
I'm a mobius user, so used to 'the sky's the limit', and I know I have to get realistic here...
The Boomerang is a bit big for all the other stuff I'll have, but I know is a great pedal.
What are people feelin these days?
Greetings to all and many thanks for any and all responses...
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