Get my top tips for how to use a looper in your practice room.
In this video, I want to show you some tips for boosting creativity using a loop pedal. It’s a fun and simple way to bring new ideas into your playing.
I will explain how you can use it for scale practicing, soloing, composing, and making harmonies.
I don’t use my loop pedal on stage in a performance setting, but I use it regularly in my studio and practice room. It’s the ultimate jamming companion that never gets tired of your playing.
This lesson is an introduction to using a looper, and if you want more of this content, I would be happy to make a series going deeper into the different aspects of this topic.
The tech and gear used in my setup are TC Electronic Ditto Looper X2, Shure SM57 Microphone, and AER Compact XL amplifier, Petri Hakala F5 mandolin.
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In this video Magnus Zetterlund and Hayes Griffin show you the Banjolit mandolin armrest, Dr. Arm. We answer the questions WHAT it is, WHY we’re using one, HOW to get one and HOW to install one.
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