Electro-Harmonix Just Released The King Daddy Of All Looper Pedals


I don’t use looper pedals much because I have attention deficit disorder, and it would be the absolute time suck of the century for me. I love the possibility of becoming a one-man band by looping all different parts from different instruments, and creating fun songs on the fly, and I love watching other people do it. It’s just that I get distracted really easiAHHH LOOK AT THE FLUFFY KITTY

Anyway, Electro-Harmonix has just announced the 95000 Performance Loop Laboratory – here’s more info on it:

EHX introduces the 95000 Performance Loop Laboratory, the company’s most advanced looper to date, featuring six mono tracks and one stereo mixdown track per loop. It will record up to 375 minutes and 100 loops with a 16GB Micro SD card and switching between loops is quick and easy. The new 95000 is housed in a rugged, aluminum, all metal chassis with a control layout that has been optimized for use as both a tabletop and foot-pedal unit. This new design ensures that the player can take maximum advantage of the looper’s powerful performance capabilities. The 95000 also features a robust I/O including two audio inputs, each capable of handling a microphone (phantom power is included), instrument or unbalanced line input so the unit can readily connect to all sound sources. Left / right outputs, a Monitor out and a Headphone Out are included.

Here’s none other than Reggie Watts going ham on it:

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