Electro-Harmonix 720 Stereo Looper Pedal
Electro Harmonix 720 Stereo Looper Pedal Product Overview by GAK
The 720 Stereo Looper Pedal provides you with 720 seconds (12 minutes) of stereo recording time across 10 independent loops and unlimited overdubbing, perfect for both practice and live performance. Loss of clarity when you add more layers is also no risk with the 720 Looper, which performs with uncompressed audio quality.
- Extra-long 12 minutes of stereo recording time
- 10 independent loops
- Undo-Redo, Reverse and Â½ Speed Effects at the touch of a button
- High-quality, uncompressed audio, 24-bit A/D/A converters plus 44.1kHz sample rate
- Stereo in/out for enhanced usability"¦ record two instruments at once
- Foot controller input provides a way to use popular 3-button foot controllers to change a bank up or down, and gives access to instant Undo-Redo
- Silent footswitches
- Loop fadeout (trails) mode
- Includes EHX9.6DC power supply
- Works on 9V battery and provides extended battery life
- Dimensions in inches: 4.0 (w) x 4.75 (l) x 2.25 (h)
- Dimensions in mm: 102 (w) x 121 (l) x 89 (h)
Memeroies are use product good
Keeps your signal chain sounding pleasantly musical - still mastering the controls a tad - when you record initially with 1/2 speed mode activated, it’ll slow down your recording on immediate playback - so no double timing your slow hand solo with first laying down a backing track octave below and extra slow - but heck it’s a creative process ;)
Upgraded from the excellent 360 to the 720 because I am running stereo effects into two amps and needed a stereo looper at the end of my effects chain. Awesome piece of kit & very easy to use. I didn't think I'd use the half-speed and reverse effects, but they are really useful. I only wish the 720 had 11 loop banks like the 360, if only for the Spinal Tap comedy value! Plus, it would be one more loop, wouldn't it!? Fantastic pedal though... I'm delighted!
I bought this Looper as a quick and easy way to build up a sequence on my Roland System 8 synth and wow. There's no drop in quality stacking a drum pattern, bass and chords to play over in stereo. Simple to master and hard to stop playing, just like the System 8. Great combo.