Undo-redo, reverse and half-speed effects are all available at the touch of a button.

New York, New York (December 14, 2015) -- With 720 seconds (12 minutes) of stereo recording time on 10 independent loops and unlimited overdubbing, the compact EHX 720 Stereo Looper provides guitarists with an intuitive tool that’s perfect for practice and live performance. Undo-Redo, Reverse and 1/2 speed effects are all available at the touch of a button. Audio is high quality, uncompressed and the pedal features 24-bit A/D/A converters as well as a 44.1kHz Sample Rate. Stereo in/out yields enhanced usability and enables the looper to record two instruments at once. A Foot Controller input provides a way to use popular three-button foot-controllers to change a bank up or down, and gives access to instant Undo-Redo.

The 720 Stereo Looper delivers easy-to-use controls and well integrated functionality. A Level control lets the player adjust the output volume of the loop. The Push:Mode pushbutton toggles between Loop Select, Loop Progress and Loop Fadeout (trails) modes. Independent pushbuttons for Reverse and 1/2 Speed are provided and those effects can be used separately or simultaneously. The 720 Stereo Looper also features silent footswitches for Loop and Stop/FX which provide convenient foot control of the pedal’s main functions.

The 720 Stereo Looper comes equipped with an EHX 9.6DC power supply and also runs on a 9V battery. The pedal carries a USA List Price of $185.40 and is available now.

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