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April 22, 2011 | In the loop. Digitech JamMan.

Those of you familiar with a "Loop" effects box already know the compositional potential of being able to layer excerpts of you playing on top of other excerpts. Some musicians are quite adept at creating their own "one man show," as in the case of guitar legend, Phil Keaggy. We've embedded the video below to give you a taste of this piece of equipment's vast potential. This is truly creativity squared!

Video Link: Phil Keaggy "Salvation Army Band"

If you're looking for a deal, we have a brand spanking new Digitech "JamMan" looper still in the box. This was purchased with good intentions to use it (store price tag is still on the product), but after a year hiding on the shelf, it's time to give it a good home. Though the unit has been discontinued, we have a better than eBay price if you'd like to take it off our hands. $195, including domestic shipping, first-come, first-served.

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UPDATE: Pedal has been sold.

Posted by Ted at April 22, 2011 5:32 AM

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