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Re: TC Ditto X4

But what if you already have a loop on your Ditto mid-performance? You need to pot down the output in order to not get a distracting chirp of the saved loop when trying to clear it? At least with similar Boss and EHX units, clearing and crappy switches are a non-issue. 

On Mon, Feb 1, 2016 at 2:43 PM, jrploopers <jrploopers@kliklak.net> wrote:
i have used the Ditto and the X2 so far, both sound superb and are almost ideal in their simplicity.
The small Ditto does have the problem when erasing, the bigger doesn't, as it has a dedicated stop button.
And if you stop (double step on small Ditto, single on X2) and hold down, then you delete right away and silently.
The footswitches are silent switches, even on the lowest volumes there is rarely a click to be heard.
I was not content with the footswitches for another reason and sent back two units, before i found out, that they sometimes don't connect, when your foot is overly angled, pushing sideways rather than down. That is still a bit akward, however, the two Dittos i still have are the best sounding loopers i ever heard, they disgrace Boss and alike so much i could never be bothered to think those again.


On Feb 1, 2016, at 8:15 PM, Joe Gushen wrote:

> I have always disliked all of the Ditto line. I've had bad experiences with TC Electronics build quality in the past. Another major reason I stay clear of a Ditto is that when you delete a loop, the existing loop plays for a fraction of second before deleting. How is that at all usable in a live setting?