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  • Boss Loop
  • RC-1
  • If you are looking for a fast and easy Boss looper, it can be an excellent solution. With two inputs and two outputs it turns out even flexible and versatile. It can work with a battery or with the AC adaptor.

  • Boss Floorboards
  • GT-3
  • Some interesting functions, like the Auto Riff, that completes a musical riff from a single note, and a pickup simulator. The Send & Return is always really useful. All the parameters can be controlled in real-time.

  • Digitech Loop
  • JamMan Stereo
  • It provides a rhythm guide track, much useful for practicing and for a perfect loop recording. The front panel is equipped with 4 switches and all the knobs and the buttons for the adjusting of the parameters.

  • Fostex Handheld
  • AR-4i iPhone
  • At the moment there are few details, but between few months Fostex will introduce on the market the AR-4i, an audio interface for iPhone4. 3 mics inputs and two built-in cardioid microphones. It works with 2 batteries or via USB.

  • Tascam Handheld
  • DR-05
  • The Quick Menu lets you set the main parameters quickly and easily. The analog and digital circuits are separate, so to avoid low-frequency noise and distortions. 125dB SPL sensitivity for the built-in mics.

  • Sony Handheld
  • PCM-M10
  • 24-bit/96kHz, omnidirectional microphones, a digital limiter and a low-cut filter for a perfect result. In addition to the built-in 4GB Flash memory there is a slot for an SD card (micro).

  • Marshall Vintage Modern
  • 2266C
  • The complete front panel guarantees a remarkable flexibility. Body and Detail, can drastically modify the sound.

  • Fender Vintage Reissue
  • '65 Super Reverb
  • All-tube, with two channels, Normal and Vibrato. Four 10" Jensen P-10R.

  • Laney VC
  • VC15
  • A perfect solution for who is looking for a quality product, but transportable. Two different inputs, but the equalization section is common. A dedicated output for an external cabinet.