Thanks, yeah both recordings were done with the gibson. Wish I had two.
I think there are probably more experienced loopers on this mailing list to give you tips but the main ones I guess specially if you want to do something on the lines of Phil Keaggy is to play with the loopers all the time so you can get accustom to using them. If you haven’t done much looping before try not to worry too much about the timing of the loops at first, timing will come as you get used to using the loopers. However if your good guitar player this may not be an issue.
The other thing would be to just experiment with the guitar in all various ways. Its also fun if you have other pedals and book ending the loopers within your pedal chain this will allow you to continuously change the sound of the loops coming out of one of the loopers. This way isn’t really Phil Keaggy's style more weird experimenter but it is quite fun.