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  • Anyone make a SMALL effects looper?

    Here is the RJM device:
    https://www.rjmmusic.com/effectgizmo.php

    Rack mountable.

    I am finishing my pedalboard and was going to get the Voodoo midi switcher.
    http://www.sweetwater.com/store/deta...FY1xOgodtEMA1g

    This is going to go on my pedal board. I would also like the ability to switch on/off pedals by midi, without having to put the pedals in a rack.

    I was thinking I could modify some pedals to switch from the vodoo, but would be nice if someone made a small switcher with some loops for pedals. Anyone?

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    Re: Anyone make a SMALL effects looper?

    Check out Nose Pedal's loopers. He does custom stuff too.

    http://www.nosepedal.com/store
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    • #3
      Re: Anyone make a SMALL effects looper?

      check out G-Lab. They've got plenty of pedals controllers for rack and floor use.

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      • #4
        Re: Anyone make a SMALL effects looper?

        Originally posted by crguti View Post
        check out G-Lab. They've got plenty of pedals controllers for rack and floor use.
        Cool. This will work.

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          Re: Anyone make a SMALL effects looper?

          I have a Road Rage 2 loop switcher that's quite small ...

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            Re: Anyone make a SMALL effects looper?

            Loop master offers a variety of looping pedals in different form factors.
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            • #7
              Re: Anyone make a SMALL effects looper?

              This has MIDI, but it's a little pricey - http://www.thegigrig.com/acatalog/G2.html#SID=13
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              • #8
                Re: Anyone make a SMALL effects looper?

                The G-lab is the only one that meets criteria.

                Needs to accept midi from a floorboard and turn pedals on/off.

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                • #9
                  Re: Anyone make a SMALL effects looper?

                  Originally posted by Top-L View Post
                  The G-lab is the only one that meets criteria.

                  Needs to accept midi from a floorboard and turn pedals on/off.
                  The G-lab stuff looks great. I didn't see anything about turning pedals on/off. Do you mean MIDI control over which loops you are running?
                  The Lehle D.Loop (and others) do this as well .. though the Lehle is fanatical about the signal purity.

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                    Re: Anyone make a SMALL effects looper?

                    No midi port on the lehle, dont know how it would respond to midi.

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                      Re: Anyone make a SMALL effects looper?

                      Originally posted by Top-L View Post
                      No midi port on the lehle, dont know how it would respond to midi.
                      Lehle does have MIDI; I own two of 'em (in the photo above); it's on a 1/4" jack. I was using my FC200 to switch them. You can get a special MIDI to 1/4" cable from them or you can make it yourself if you are handy w a soldering gun.

                      http://lehle.com/EN/Lehle-D.Loop-SGoS
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                      • #12
                        Re: Anyone make a SMALL effects looper?

                        http://www.nosepedal.com/store/nose-...-bypass-looper

                        1) How to use a pedal in 2 different loops with it? For example i want to use an specific overdrive pedal in 2 different loops.

                        2) How to create a loop that enabling you to switch clean channel of the amp into od channel of the amp and bunch of effects?
                        Last edited by zanshin777; 03-31-2014, 07:04 AM.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Anyone make a SMALL effects looper?

                          Originally posted by TwilightOdyssey View Post
                          Lehle does have MIDI; I own two of 'em (in the photo above); it's on a 1/4" jack. I was using my FC200 to switch them. You can get a special MIDI to 1/4" cable from them or you can make it yourself if you are handy w a soldering gun.

                          http://lehle.com/EN/Lehle-D.Loop-SGoS
                          OK, that would work.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Anyone make a SMALL effects looper?

                            These got a bit of attention at the LA Pedal Show. I think the Switch Dr. is the model you're looking for.
                            I remember them not being overly expensive.

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