The 505 has some cool options, but is pretty limited if you want to go 100% foot. I wouldn't do it. Maybe Boss will do a floor version eventually.
The RC300 lets you store loops like you want. The Boomerang III does not. 90% sure that the JamMan does that as well (I have a smaller/previous version of it and it lets you do this).
The RC50 might be a more budget-friendly alternative if that's an issue. I can explain the differences in detail if you so desire. I prefer the 300 myself. It's better in MOST ways but not all. For your purposes I'd go 300 over 50.
Date: Thu, 5 Dec 2013 09:12:08 -0600
Subject: Re: Help with finding a looper?
You can't store loops, though, right?
Thanks for the responses guys. I did pick up a TC Ditto on Cyber Monday on sale. I know this is an inferior tool for what I want to do, but I can at least get some practice in while I decide how to proceed. The Boss RC 505 looks interesting, but more table oriented than foot. While you get a ton of control on devices like that (or with even Loopy HD), it almost becomes too much to play with to get into a song.
Basically, I want to do some more complex arrangements via some stored loops so it doesn't take a minute to get into a full song.
On Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 1:07 PM, phaslem <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: