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Loop Switcher

Easy operation
The more pedals you collect, the greater the need to keep them simple to operate. In addition, you will sometimes notice that your basic sound is affected if you connect many pedals in succession. A loop switcher ensures that you regain control over your pedals. And it also ensures that only the pedals you need are included in your signal chain.

How does a loop switcher work?
A loop switcher is very simple. At the back are inputs and outputs (send & return) to which you connect your pedals. The input of a pedal is connected to the send of the switcher. The output of the pedal you connect to the return of the switcher. With this you have created a loop that you can turn on and off with the foot switch of the loop switcher.

What differences are there between loop swichers?
Loop switchers come in all sizes and shapes. There are very simple ones that are not programmable. And there are programmable loop switchers, with presets and often they also have MIDI functionality. With a simple switcher you can turn individual pedals on and off. You cannot adjust the order in which you have connected the pedals and you also have no control over any MIDI pedals. With a programmable switcher you can save presets, often you can also influence the order of pedals and sometimes you even have MIDI options.

Whichever switcher you choose, you’ll often find that your guitar tone gets a boost and switching between effects just got a whole lot easier.