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9V cable, there is no battery compartment and must be bought seperately. I bought a daisy chain and a 9v power supply.
18 Dec 2013 by C. L. Kelly
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You can do just about anything you desire, playing and timing abilities permitting. Here's one of many videos that show how the Ditto works https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7qDxW6gYiI
17 Oct 2014 by Mirovsky
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If your guitar is an acoustic-electric (meaning it has a lead output), you're good. You'll also obviously need an amp to play the sounds you're making, and two leads (one going in and another going out of the pedal). With a guitar that can't be plugged in... You could mic the guitar up, and get an XLR to a lead cable, but it might not sound as good. Haven't tried it, but I was told it could be used to loop vocals. Hope that helps!
11 Dec 2014 by Kristina
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The Ditto looper is dead simple to use: simply press once to start/stop recording, press twice to stop/start playback and press and hold to delete. This peddle is not a metronome or drum machine, you will have to rely on your onw timing. I love the Ditto looper: it is simple to use and if it's good enough for Guthry Govan it's goos enough for me.....
19 Oct 2014 by Simon Jones
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I believe it's so you can transfer your loops to a PC.
19 Jan 2015 by Mr. Peter K. Butler
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I've got up to about 20 so far, then I struggle to work out what the hell I've done. I should imagine you could hundreds; I don't see why not. But I daresay the company could give you an exact figure.
26 Aug 2014 by J. Wise
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Sorry I don't know. I sold it soon after I bought it.
18 Jun 2014 by D. T. Woodley
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Yes, but make sure the input to the p.a or mix board is an xlr balanced cable cos this unit is true bypass (not buffered) otherwise you wont get the best sound out of it.
4 Mar 2014 by tclf
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