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Line 6 JM4 looper Video

The JM4 is a very powerful looper pedal, and there is A LOT this unit can do. Here is an overview of the main features, but there's nothing like checking it out for yourself.

One thing I should have mentioned in the video, is that for each song you load, the key of the song is indicated.

It has become a great tool for my guitar teaching job. It's so easy to load up a drum groove and hit the play/stop button with my foot.

For those of you who would like a "jam buddy", please give this unit a try. Your local music store might have one you can try out.

It's very convenient to have the JM4 around for practicing or for coming up with ideas for songs. You can practice scales, arpeggios, technique, leads, rhythm, etc to either any of the songs or just to good drum grooves. You can go from the JM4 into your amp, your computer, or just use headphones. That way you can jam all night without disturbing anyone.

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Line 6 JM4 Looper Guitar Effects Pedal Silver
Line 6 JM4 Looper Guitar Effects Pedal Silver

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Comments on this video clip:

Robert said...

Hi Jim, should be no problem.
Micheal, it is a great unit for a new player. You can learn better with a unit like this.

Comment added on June 25, 2010
jim kennedy said...

Hi - wish to know if the Line6 JM4 will conflict with sound noise in any which way through my Vox Valvetronic. VT 15 Amplifier. THank you

Comment added on June 25, 2010
Micheal said...

Robert, I watched your video again on the Line6 MJ4 I was wonder if this is something a new player might use. I have no one to jam with and I was thinking that this would be a good tool to have. Thanks your student Micheal

Comment added on April 22, 2010
rick bourne said...

practice/have fun/compose/sounds are great quality for a recording before the band appears

Comment added on February 22, 2010




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