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Packing a wealth of cool creative features the Ditto Stereo Looper will see you jam along with the cream of the crop in music today via the innovative StarJam feature, while creating multi-layered masterpieces in seconds flat. But first and foremost, the Ditto Stereo Looper is here to give all you loop lovers what you've been craving the most - dirt simple looping in stereo.
Ditto Through and Through
If it ain't broke, don't fix it. That's why even though TC Electronic added some features, they've preserved everything that's good about the original Ditto Looper: the ultra-simple design, the 5 minutes of looping time and unlimited overdubs - all packed in a highly pedal board-friendly enclosure. So if you liked Ditto Looper, you'll love Ditto Stereo Looper.
You - In Stereo
There's nothing like that super-wide sonic perspective you get from a stereo rig, it just rules. So why should stereo devotees not have a high-quality compact looper just like the mono-riggers? That's why Ditto Stereo Looper offers first-rate stereo I/O options alongside True-Bypass, Analog-Dry-Through, the option of running on a 9V battery and 24-bit uncompressed audio for maximum you. So loop that E-chord and be blown away over and over and over again.
Rock With The Best
In order to progress as a musician you need someone that constantly pushes you and your creativity to its very limits and beyond, and who's better suited to do exactly that than the world's greatest musicians? Enter StarJam, a cool and innovative concept that lets you load pre-recorded loops made by the likes of John Petrucci, Steve Morse, Guthrie Govan and Paul Gilbert into Ditto Stereo Looper, supplying you with hours of inspiration so you can progress to the next level. The Digital Stereo Looper can't promise fame, glory and hot tubs, but it should be an instant boost in creativity and fun.
How Do You Ditto?
Ditto Stereo Looper makes looping as easy as 1-2-3. No hassle or needlessly complicated stuff, Ditto Stereo Looper is boiled down to the essentials and makes control intuitive yet flexible, so guitarists can focus on what matters most: playing and performing. You press once to record, press once again to play the loop. Press once to add another layer of sounds (something you can keep repeating until you run out of ideas). You press and hold to Undo a layer and press and hold again to Redo. Press twice to stop, after which you can press and hold to clear the loop. Ah, if only life were this simple.