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Re: LooperMusic.com

I like the site, has a good overview on essential features. 
That is impressive work for one person. 
What i would
Get rid of the online shop binding. Amazon hasn't the best credit for 
various reasons.
Instead if you want to go with redirecting to distributors, why not 
include the best instead of the most mighty? And provide an international 
focus, instead of a US-American only.
Also i think, that a base of several looping affine reviewers would 
increased the quality to the point of including reviewed devices, which 
are out of production, but working very well until someone decides to 
build better converters into BOSS loopers :D 
A lot of us have live experience on all kinds of PA systems and in all 
kinds of situations, that base of experience is at least as important as a 
sole technical overview on technical data mostly provided by the 
manufaturers themselves. To get back to the converter example: Take a 
12bit Lexicon Jamman from roughly 1994 and you get a much better sound, 
especially on large system, then with a modern BOSS. I could go 

But let's keep it liek that: Good work for one person!


On Dec 31, 2015, at 4:04 AM, Steven Clements wrote:

> ...and the link
> http://loopermusic.com/blog/full-list-of-looper-pedal-reviews-so-far
> Steven
> On Mon, Dec 28, 2015 at 7:17 PM, <contact@loopermusic.com> wrote:
> Hello - just wanted to spread the word to this group of looping 
> musicians: I have reviewed about 26 loop pedals that are currently in 
> production. I would love to get your feedback on those reviews and also 
> I'm interested in publishing content from expert guests (like many of 
> you).
> Cheers,
> Jasper