The Ditto Stereo Looper also enables you to use TC Electronic's StarJam catalog.

Frankfurt, Germany (April 14, 2015) -- TC Electronic announces Ditto Stereo Looper, the latest addition to their innovative line of looper pedals.

Ditto Stereo Looper builds on the same "all thrills, no frills" philosophy as the original Ditto Looper that ushered in the golden era of looping, and perfectly combines it with first-rate stereo I/O functionality, the ability to run on a 9v battery and the loop import/export feature first introduced with Ditto X2 Looper.

Features:

  • Super intuitive - made by guitarists for guitarists
  • Stereo I/O
  • Loop Import/Export - Starjam and Backing Tracks
  • Runs on 9v battery or optional PSU

Besides delivering 24-bit uncompressed audio recording in stereo housed in a rugged compact design, Ditto Stereo Looper also enables you to use TC Electronic's ever expanding StarJam catalog. Filled to the brim with extraordinary loops created by the likes of John Petrucci, Paul Gilbert, Guthrie Govan and Nathan East, Ditto Stereo Looper is sure to supply musicians around the world with endless hours of fun and inspiration.

Available: May in Europe and June in the US
Price: $129.99 US Estimated Price / £95 UK SSP / 129 € EUR SSP

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