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SDrum pedal review (and jamman)

Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Papapotrero, Sep 24, 2017.

  1. Papapotrero

    Papapotrero TDPRI Member

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    Aug 3, 2017
    Wayne, Pa
    This is such an amazing pedal, I had to take a moment to post a quick review. The sdrum is incredibly easy to use, yet still has tons of options. But most importantly, the ability to add a fill or change to a differrent pattern without having to time the stomp is incredible. While jamsync was new to me, maybe not to others around here, I've found it to be an amazing solution to a big problem I was having. Playing along with a backing drum track, or even a this new drum pedal, I just can't ever get the looper timed perfectly. It can be pretty close, but after 12 or 15 bars it wanders off. I trade it in for a jamman looper so I can use it with the sdrum...and it is perfect. Just perfect. And both pedals allow you to clear a loop or drum pattern SILENTLY which is a huge benefit. I get the feeling that these Harman and digitech folks just really pay attention to important details when designing this stuff because both pedals solved all kinds of problems I was having instantly. Great job, guys!
     

  2. doolbon

    doolbon TDPRI Member

    59
    Sep 21, 2014
    california
    I agree. Having a lot of fun with mine as well. The jam sync is brilliant.
     

  3. DaveKS

    DaveKS Friend of Leo's

    Oct 21, 2013
    KS
    Yep, this drum machine and a truly synced, true stereo looper is direction I had been hoping they would move in. When I play in stereo or wet/dry I want my loops to play back in exactly that mode, there are times I'll loop and then add extra effects after loop but that's another scenario.

    If I'm playing wet/dry through 2 amps I want Loop to come in exactly like I'm playing it, dry left, dry+delay/reverb right, not some watered down mono version of it.

    Trio was a big fail for me simply because of this shortcoming.
     

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