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Cat A
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TC looper

Post by Cat A » 09 Mar 2013, 14:02

Hey guys, what's that TC loop pedal I saw on my facebook?
I'd get one of them I reckon at under $200 and so basic looking.
Link me up and I'll have a think about when I can get it.
Cheers :)

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Re: TC looper

Post by Rude_Mechanical » 09 Mar 2013, 15:01

It does look pretty good, doesn't it. I might have to grab one since I'm now using my Strymon el Capistan for reverb and delay instead of delay and looper.

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Re: TC looper

Post by AdrianJD » 09 Mar 2013, 23:46

You mean the Ditto? I've been using the looper on my TC Flashback a bit lately and it's good but that little guy is on the shopping list as soon as I get to Japan. I've been looping bass lines and then playing my guitar over the top. I wonder if I can loop with my bass, then plug my guitar in and loop chords over the top? Something to try tomorrow.
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Re: TC looper

Post by Cat A » 10 Mar 2013, 03:44

That's that one, the Ditto.
I want two, one before a Kaoss pad and one after the Kaoss in the chain. Just for fun.
And it said it can do loops on loops so ya should be able to lay down bass then hit chords.
A loop pedal with just one button has to be a good thing.

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Re: TC looper

Post by Rude_Mechanical » 10 Mar 2013, 12:17

Adrian, look up El Ten Eleven on YouTube for looper ideas.

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Re: TC looper

Post by Mr_Dave » 10 Mar 2013, 13:26

The ditto is a killer little pedal, great to jamming and practicing at home (what i'm going to use it for) as well as other stuff (like using it with the kaos pad) One of the guys upstairs in the Acoustic Centre is hoping to use two with a metal plate to actuate both at the same time to give him a stereo looper... Great value little pedal
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Re: TC looper

Post by Cat A » 10 Mar 2013, 19:08

Go bass straight to an A/B with A through a ditto then straight to one side of a reverse A/B for always clean loops
Then put B through a Kaoss/effect to another ditto (other way around if it is a Kaoss, unless you have three arms) then to the other side of the reverse A/B.
Make sure both A/Bs are fully switchable and good quality.
I'm trying to figure out in my head how to get two dittos and a kaoss to be fully useable with A/B boxes.
It'd cost around $1000 if ya needed to buy everything.
Does anyone rate Saturn effects?
What sort of switch boxes do the lads at Basscentre have?
Ya'd have to spend the money and sit down with it all and a coffee.
Also Kaoss pads have very hot inputs, not super bass guitar friendly.
Interesting but.

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Re: TC looper

Post by AdrianJD » 10 Mar 2013, 21:34

Rude_Mechanical wrote:Adrian, look up El Ten Eleven on YouTube for looper ideas.

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Will do Chris, cheers.

The looper in the TC Flashback does pretty much everything the Ditto does, probably no for as long, but then I can't use the delay. Chucking a Ditto in will make for much more fun practise time and being that in Japan I'll be playing by myself for a while that will certainly help.
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