DigiTech Announces JamMan Express XT

Salt Lake City, UT (April 11, 2013) -- DigiTech recently announced their smallest looper to date, the JamMan Express XT. Here are the details from their website: The JamMan

Salt Lake City, UT (April 11, 2013) -- DigiTech recently announced their smallest looper to date, the JamMan Express XT. Here are the details from their website:

The JamMan Express XT is the most full-featured compact looper in the world. With true-stereo, 10 minutes of looping time (2x as much time as you’ll ever need), and JamSync the Express XT is a perfect looper for your already crowded pedalboard or addition to your JamMan looping set-up.

The Express XT with JamSync will automatically syncronize with another Express XT or JamMan Solo XT to create independant yet perfectly syncronized loops. Using JamSync you can build a custom multi-track looper or build loops with your band.

It’s incredibly simple and easy to use. It works just like every other looper with record, stop, play, unlimited overdubs, and undo. We made it even easier with a dedicated LED per status.

The Express XT can run on a 9V battery (included) and works right out of the box. You don’t have to spend any more of your hard earned money to get a power supply just to use it when you get home. Not only is the Express XT the best, most full-featured compact looper in the world, it’s also the most affordable.

MSRP: $149.95

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