We at DigiTech® are very proud of our products and back up each one we sell .. The Looper in the JamMan Delay Looper offers true stereo looping with Digitech JAMMAN DELAY LOOPER PHRASE SAMPLER Pdf User Manuals. View online or download Digitech JAMMAN DELAY LOOPER PHRASE SAMPLER. View and Download DIGITECH JAMMAN owner’s manual online. JAMMAN DJ Connect the JamMan Delay’s to the input of an Left (Mono) oUt amplifier. 2.

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The Digitech Jamman Delay has 8 foot switches for easy live use. You can combine delays and loops and keep everything in time. Expandable memory and USB connectivity. No looping improvement on the JamMan Stereoand fairly standard delay features. The Delay is an excellent product, especially if you want to incorporate delay effects into your loops. With Digitech and Boss leading the looper market, Digitech has a lot of hype to live up to with this new, feature-laden offering.

Your first thought upon seeing the Digitech JamMan Delay is its monstrous size.

The metallic blue unit houses 8 footswitches and the upper portion features an array of dials and a two-digit display. The majority of the pedal is taken up by the footswitches, which endears the unit to live musicians. The lower row of footswitches relates to the looper, and the upper row relates to the delay function.

The Jamman Delay offers 99 loop locations and a total of 35 minutes deay onboard looping memory, when recorded in jsmman at CD quality. This only adds three minutes onto the total memory of the Stereo, and both units can be used with an additional SD card to add another 99 digitecj locations and a massive 16 hours worth of CD quality stereo deelay.

The lower row of footswitches on the Jamman Delay has the same functions as the four footswitches on the Jamman Stereo: The panel of controls at the top of the unit houses a variety of dials and buttons to perform more technical functions. For the looper, this area offers another two loop selection buttons, options to change the ending type, set the loop to play only once or repeatedly, select the rhythm accompaniment, reverse kanual loop, and control the rhythm and loop volumes.

You can also buy an additional footswitch if you want to be able to reverse loops remotely or undo parts without having to hold the button down. For the live musician, the footswitches are arguably the biggest selling-point of the Jamman Delay. The ability to flick between loops with footswitches means that you can set up different parts of a song in consecutive loop locations and scroll through them when it comes to the next section. The time-stretching and quantize features are still firmly in place on the Jamman Delay.


By tapping a tempo out on the dedicated footswitch before recording your phrase, the pedal will alter your playing to fit the tempo you tapped out automatically. Dlgitech tapping your tempo, the click track will majual playing, so you can use it as a guide.

You can also tap a tempo out while a loop is playing to change the tempo without altering pitch. The looping function is only half of the story with the Jamman Delay, of course. The unit is basically the amalgamated child of a looper and a delay pedal. The top four footswitches control the delay pedal functions that can be operated hands-free. The first three allow you to switch between different pre-set delays, and the fourth allows you to set the tempo of the delay.

The dial in the top right of the unit allows you to select one of eight delay types- idgitech, modulated, reversed, slapback, lo fi, tape, pong and digital.

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Analogue, slapback, tape and lo fi are retro delay types, focusing either on tape delay algorithms, reducing bit depth or recreating classic delay sounds. Pong sees the echoes oscillate between the left and right speaker, and reversed delays are played backwards.

The knobs on the top right hand side of the unit are used to control various additional parameters relating dihitech the delay.

The ability to use the delay and looping functions of the JamMan Delay together is its biggest selling-point. Not only can you use the pedal just as a looper pedal or just as a delay, you can also add the delay effect into your loops.

All of the pedals functions can be used together, so if you have wildly different delays set to the different preset locations, you can load one up, record a loop with it, switch to a different delay setting and record an overdub with it. Thankfully, Digitech is one step ahead, and you can actually synch the delay time with the loop time using the footswitches.


Instead of offering new looping features, Digitech has gone Frankenstein and assembled a new pedal out of parts of others. The biggest achievement of the JamMan Delay is the ability to use delays with loops and put them together in perfect time. Overall, unless you are getting into some serious combining of looping and delay effects which sounds pretty cool by the wayyou could probably buy a less expensive looper and possibly a separate delay pedal.


On the other hand, if you do want to experiment with looping and delays together, the Digitech Jamman Delay is a perfect combination, executed gracefully with wide-ranging functionality. Then, I would ask you a question: You have 99 slots so you can get as complex as you want but it takes a bit more effort to build.

Using a pedal like the Boss RC is much more intuitive. You have pedals assigned to separate loops and just tap them to turn them on and off.

You should also check out the Pigtronix Infinity, which allows you to play two loops simultaneously or in sequence. I recently purchased a Digitech Jamman Stereo the new four-switch version on the strength of functionality reviews. Quite aside from that, try setting a tap tempo accurately in a switch that requires a positive mechanical click versus using a standard spring-loaded momentary switch.

It would presumably have been no more expensive for Digitech to use momentary switches in place of single-throw type. Significant design flaw IMHO. How hgood is this with a mix of acoustic and electronic instruments: The JamMan Delay Looper features both true stereo looping and a fully programmable stereo delay with powerful control over both effects.

The Looper in the JamMan Delay Looper ffers true stereo looping with 35 minutes of built-in memory, 99 internal loop memories, and an SD card expansion slot for an additional 99 loops and over 16 hours of stereo loop storage.

Facebook Twitter Google Pinterest. Thank you, very much. Did janual find this review helpful? Thank you very much, Peter, very helpful. Hello, Thankyou for the review! Can this looper run on batteries?


No, you have to plug it in. Just wondering doe this have a XLR mic input? Regards Peter Did you find this review helpful?

Nope, no XLR mic input. Leave a Reply Cancel reply.

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