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Old 02-01-2018, 04:24 PM   #1
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Has anyone used the Ammoon Nano Looper Pedal?

It's inexpensive. I just ordered one. It was $34 including shipping and another $8 for a power supply.

I just want to use it at home to have a chord progression looping so that I can play some riffs over it.
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I have heard good things about it around.
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We're gonna be hearing about a Free Pedals scheme soon.
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We're gonna be hearing about a Free Pedals scheme soon.
Haha...that theory probably does apply to pedals as well but I haven't gone crazy on pedals like you have.

I did buy a few when I first got back into playing the guitar and I did sell most of them for about what I paid for them, now that I think about it.

I was going to say that cars is an area where my "free" scheme doesn't work but actually I did do that with my first car. It was a used Toyota Corolla with 25,000 miles on it. I put a few thousand more miles on it in a year and sold it a year later for what I paid for it.

Maybe I just lead a charmed life?

Unfortunately that has never happened again with cars.

That metal label for my Blues Junior controls is coming today as well. I wonder what the resell value on that is like?
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You must have paid dirt for that Toyota, to have gotten what you paid for it, after putting 25k miles on it.

One of my sisters had one for over 20 years. I assume they last. She must've put over 250k miles on it.
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You must have paid dirt for that Toyota, to have gotten what you paid for it, after putting 25k miles on it.

One of my sisters had one for over 20 years. I assume they last. She must've put over 250k miles on it.
I think your musical skills might be better than your reading comprehension skills.

I put a couple of thousand miles on it. I bought it with only 25,000 miles on it.
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I put a couple of thousand miles on it. I bought it with only 25,000 miles on it.
What? You painted the pedals with nail polish? How would someone know which is the gas, brake, etc?
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I haven't had a chance to fully try out the pedal but it's definitely worth the price ($34 plus $8 for the power supply).

It has 10 minutes of recording time and and an infinite number of layers of recording. It's simple with just one button, one knob and one led. The knob is just to control the playback volume. The led is either red or green and either steady, flashing or flashing "fast".

All control is though the one button with either one tap, two taps or by controlling the sequence that you do those things.

Essentially, it seems that you tap once and it comes on in red and is recording, tap again and the playback automatically starts, tap again and you are recording on top of the first recording (layering).

If you tap twice quickly after recording it won't automatically playback.

Pressing for 3 seconds erases the last layer. When everything is erased and you press the button for 3 seconds it goes off.

The red led when on is always solid. The green led can be solid, flashing, or "fast" flashing. Red is recording, solid green is playing back or memory full, flashing green is on with data (as opposed to empty) or pausing after two taps at the end of recording, fast flash is delete.

When you tap to turn it on if there is no data it starts to record immediately with solid red. When there is data and you tap to turn it on you get flashing green. Tap again and you start to record.

When you tap for more than 3 seconds it erases the last layer. With only one layer after pressing for 3 seconds the led goes out entirely.

The limited instructions are a little confusing but I think I've got it down at this point.

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After some research, the Ammoon seems to be a Ditto clone. If you want to transfer your loops to pc, google Rowin loopers, which is another clone, and there a program there for d/l to enable transfer.

I wish my RC-3 were that simple.
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