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July 29, 2010

Probes Pedals Super Looper

If you have a lot of pedals, you may experience signal quality loss, especially if they have bad buffers. Perhaps you have noticed this if you used some cheap pedals, and when they are off, the clean tone seems to be dull.

What you can do then is to use a looper to move them out of your signal path when you are not using them. The Super Looper is a good one for this.

Looper or Looper? By the way, I know it is confusing to sometimes hear the term "looper" used in two different contexts - one is for what I just mentioned, but sometimes people mean a device that loops and audio clip over and over (Line 6 JM4, Digitech JamMan, etc). That's a completely different kind of looper, and that's not what this is.

The Super Looper true bypass strip is designed to take your non-true bypass effects and make them true bypass without modifying them. Another great feature of the Super Looper is that it simplifies how you switch between effects. It allows you to move the on/-off switches of your pedals to a small strip across the front of your pedal board. You no longer have to tap dance in order to switch between effects.

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Specifications

12" by 2. 5" by 1. 5"
- Standard -9v power supply for illuminating LED's
- Buffer free circuit to keep your tone pure and uncolored
- Sturdy aluminum chassis
- Neutrik Jacks
- Chrome LED Bezels

By Robert Renman - www.dolphinstreet.com

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Posted by Robert Renman on July 29, 2010

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