Tools for the Task: Pedal Looping Systems
An organized and streamlined pedalboard equals a focused and happy player.
If you find yourself doing too much pedal dancing, own pedals that need the benefit of true bypass, or have a tangled web of cables that require some attention, a pedal looping system might be your next must-have piece of gear to tackle these issues and more.
Featuring 10 true-bypass effects loops, 120 presets, programmable pre and post gain, optical footswitches, and more, this system was designed for transparent audio and ease of use.
This hybrid unit has 112 built-in effects types for guitar and bass, audio loops to integrate three external pedals, a built-in tuner, noise suppressor, and EQ.
Caiman Tail Loop
This compact, 5-loop switcher offers MIDI compatibility and fast access to up to 150 preset effect combinations through six lanes and five programmable banks.
Boasting six presets in each bank for quick access to 36 preset pedal combinations, this true-bypass, 6-channel loop controller also has individual backlit displays for each loop.
Able to accommodate up to eight effects pedals, this unit features programmable DIP-switch panels and a highly visible LED indicator for each loop.
This handmade, true-bypass system is equipped with eight audio loops—each with a silent-operation footswitch—and features 36 user-definable presets.
Compact with bright LED indicators, this switcher houses two individual effects loops wired in series, and represents an efficient way to take a pedal or series of pedals out of a signal chain.
This unit features a clickless switching system to silently manage the five available channels of effects loops, all while providing pedals the benefit of true bypass.
Boasting a whopping 361 memory locations, this loaded unit houses seven mono loops, two stereo loops, and one volume loop, along with two internal unity mixers and three buffers.
This 5-channel system has 100 direct accessible presets and 100 MIDI accessible presets, which can be programmed, saved, and accessed via the company’s VirtualLooper app.