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Digitech JamMan Solo
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Descriptions du produit
Pédale d'échantillonnage / enregistreur de phrases
- Fonctions : échantillonnage (jusqu'à 99 boucles programmables) , métronome / tempo , quantification , auto-start
- Sauvegarde par carte CompactFlash (jusqu'à 2 Go de capacité soit + de 6h)
- Possibilité d'archiver sur un ordinateur via USB
- 2 pédales de contrôle
- Réglages : niveaux d'entrées , volume de la boucle , volume métronome , bouton de programmation
- Connectiques : entrées jack 6,35'' / XLR symétrique / mini-jack stéréo 3,5'' , sortie jack 6,35 stéréo symétrique
- Prise pour pédale de déclenchement (FS3X optionnelle)
- Slot pour CompactFlash
- Port USB
- Prise pour alimentation 9 V
- Dimensions : 168 x 141 x 65 mm
- Chassis métal
- Alimentation secteur et carte CompactFlash (1Go) fournies
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1 regret : il manque juste le pédalier externe qui permet d'avoir facilement le contrôle de la bête. Ce pédalier se bricole heureusement très bien (on trouve les plans sur le web) à l'aide de quelques interrupteurs.
Trés bon rapport qualité prix.
Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com (beta)
THE GOOD: Half size of my double pedal Jamman, a third of the weight. It easily fits in my guitar gig bag's small pocket. It is much more simple to operate. The sound quality is definitely superior. Unlike the double pedal version, the Jamman Solo is designed with the performer in mind. That's a big improvement. Digitech is doing it's homework.
THE BAD: Not really Digitech's fault but I was used to the mechanics of the double pedal. It took me a while to understand the new operation with a single pedal. It takes a while to get used to it, follow the instructions and practice a lot. Once you get it you'll be surprised how versatile this little device can be.
THE UGLY: Where is the mic input?????? I know it's too much to ask for a pedal this small but it was really a wonderful feature on the double pedal version. Specially if you are a singer or if you like to record non-electrical instruments. It was also great for creating chorus or harmonizing. I say this with the hope that the new generation of Jamman brings back the mic input.
Bottom line. I highly recommend this pedal for practicing at home, for studio recording or performing live. You won't find better quality and versatility at this price. Great product. Now I just hope that it doesn't start creating static and dropping the volume after a year of use like my previous version did.
First, ease of use. I really thought I'd be slowly working my way through a long manual, then slowly figuring out how to use the pedal. On the contrary, I got this out of the box, plugged it in, and was recording my first loops in a matter of minutes. The instructions a brief, clear, and walk you through the steps. This manual wins on brevity and clarity in the great manual wars. As I delved deeper into the options I was able to quickly figure out how to do everything I wanted to do.
Second, user interface. It's a pedal. It's got knobs and buttons. This makes me very happy. It's well laid out and easy to get to all the settings. Once you've got it up and running, I strongly recommend setting it up so you can set a rhythm on a new loop by tapping the pedal. The work flow with this thing is just very logical and simple.
Third, features. It has built in drum beats that are simple but sound better than just a metronome and help you get in the mood to jam out your loops. The beat is like a guide track, not recorded into the loop.
Fourth, plays nice with computers. There's a usb port and you can connect this to the computer with a standard cable (not included) and copy your loops to the free downloadable loop library software. There you can make some basic adjustments to them and organize them.
Fifth, comes with an AC adapter. It actually has to since it does not run on batteries, but still, I was happy to see it in the box.
Sixth, you can add an SD card (not included) to expand the memory substantially.
All of which gives you some specifics but misses the overall experience. The experience for me has been pure jamming joy. I hear a song in my head, and very quickly have the basic concept captured as a loop. You can plug your electric guitar or a mic into the input, so you can capture anything you want.
For the price this is a wonderful piece of gear, and my only regret is not having bought one sooner. I'm having so much fun with it.
There's lots of options in this little package...some of which I haven't explored yet.
For the price (especially on "Amazon"), its hard to beat.
P.S. A time saver!
I've had my Jam Man Solo since May but haven't used it for several months while I worked on other aspects of my playing. When I took it off the shelf and plugged it back into the PS200 AC adaptor that came with it, the green "play" light goes on, but nothing else. No sound either, despite checking the knobs. I tried holding down the Store button while powering it up as per the manual, but all other LEDS including the loop number indicator remain dark. I just e-mailed Digitech support and am hoping to hear from them early next week (it's Sat. night right now) to see what options they can offer me.
While I was using it I never quite got the hang of starting and stopping it on time, and found it inconvenient to have to hold down the pedal each time I wanted to erase and start again. I like to play with a drum track, but found it inconvenient set up each time. I think I had to learn how to get it to remember the drum track by finding or resetting a fresh loop, then saving it. I think each time I had to erase my loop to start over I had to set up the tempo again, which is a pain. I tried to do it all in pedal mode but found that tricky.
Could be my skill level. I'm new at this. I probably need a special lesson on how to use a pedal without tripping all over myself. But I really do want to get more adept at using it because I think it will be very useful for me to lay down my own comping tracks then practice soloing over them.
I'll probably come back and edit this once I get an answer from Digitech.