TC Electronic Ditto X2 Looper Review – Best Guitar Looping Pedal?


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Rating:
4.5
On April 18, 2014
Last modified:October 7, 2016

Summary:

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It’s no secret that TC Electronic is one of the world’s undisputed leaders when it comes to creating premium quality guitar pedals for the masses. The original Ditto Looper is one of the finest examples of this fact and broke new ground with its ease of use, great sound quality, and ultra compact size. Perhaps best of all is that TC Electronic kept the Ditto Looper at a very affordable price point within reach of musicians everywhere. While the Ditto Looper was a smash hit, inspiring guitarists who’ve never used a looping pedal before to get in on the action, it has now sparked something else: the TC Electronic Ditto X2 Looper.

The Ditto X2 Looper isn’t a replacement for the original Ditto Looper, per se, but the natural evolution of the concept for musicians who want a little more looping functionality. The X2 keeps all the features that made the original Ditto such a success; 5 minutes of recording time, unlimited overdubs, uncompressed 24bit/44.1khz sound quality, and true bypass with analog dry through are all here. While those features are to be expected, TC Electronic upped the ante from there. The Ditto X2’s wider enclosure adds a second dedicated foot-switch for stopping/clearing loops or triggering the new ½ Speed and Reverse effects. It also has stereo ins and outs along with the ability to import and export loops via USB. Is this the best guitar looping pedal around? You’ll find out what you need to know in our TC Electronic Ditto X2 Looper review.

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5 minutes of looping.

Unlimited overdubs.

Undo/Redo function.

Dedicated Stop/Clear foot-switch.

Loop FX (Reverse & ½ Speed).

Audiophile approved 24-bit uncompressed high quality audio.

Import/Export loops from PC/Mac (44.1khz, 16-24bit) with included USB cable.

Backing Track – perfect for solo practice or live performance.

Stereo In/Out.

True Bypass and Analog-Dry-Through.

Powered by 1 or 2 9-volt batteries or 9VDC power adapter (150 mA).

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Sound & Performance:

I previously reviewed the original Ditto Looper and thoroughly enjoyed the pedal. The Ditto X2 Looper delivers the same great sound quality as the original but packs several noteworthy additions that make this pedal worth considering as your new looper of choice. I’m going to run down my impressions of all the new features while comparing the Ditto X2 to the original to see what distinguishes these pedals apart in use.

The first obvious difference between the Ditto X2 and the original Ditto Looper is the X2’s larger pedal enclosure and the extra foot-switch the increase in size accommodates. While the original Ditto’s diminutive size is one of its charms, making it a little bigger and adding the extra foot-switch makes a world of difference in use. While the original Ditto seemed about as easy as it could get in terms of operation, the Ditto X2 Looper’s addition of a dedicated Stop/Clear foot-switch makes looping even easier. To stop loops on the original Ditto, your only option was to tap the single foot-switch twice. It’s pretty easy to adapt to this method, and the Ditto X2 Looper carries it over as well when using the Reverse or 1/2 Speed effects. Hitting the first tap of the Loop footswitch on the last beat of a measure followed by the second tap on the first beat of the measure you want to stop on usually does the trick well. But having the Ditto X2’s single tap Stop option via the FX footswitch helps to ensure perfect timing and decreases the chance of a looping fumble in a live situation. For some guitarists this feature alone will be worth the price of admission.

The Ditto X2’s effects add more creative possibilities for adventurous looping guitarists to explore. Selecting either the Reverse or ½ Speed options allows the FX foot-switch to activate or deactivate the chosen effect. This also moves the Stop/Clear function to the Loop foot-switch to be used in the style of the original Ditto Looper as mentioned above. The ½ Speed option slows down your loop to half of its original timing while retaining high fidelity thanks to the Ditto X2’s high sample rate. Hitting the FX foot-switch again returns your loop to regular speed. The Ditto X2 Looper allows you to record loops at half speed to essentially double the speed when deactivating the effect. The Reverse works in a similar way, reversing your loops in glitch-free high fidelity while letting you record more loops to again be reversed when deactivating the effect. You can even alternate between the two effects with a quick double-tap of the FX foot-switch when one of the effects is already activated. Or you can just flip the FX toggle switch to the desired effect. Although TC Electronic describes the Ditto Looper pedals as “loopers by guitarist, for guitarists”, tabletop musicians and DJs will likely find either pedal easy to use with their hands to select effects and create and trigger loops as well, a testament to the Ditto X2’s versatility for many different applications.

And speaking of versatility, the Ditto X2’s stereo inputs and outputs will be a welcome or any musician or performer who needs stereo capabilities. The stereo Ditto X2 Looper can be placed virtually anywhere in a stereo effects chain, a big plus for guitarists who use stereo modulation, delay, and reverb effects. You could so something along the lines of looping a stereo modulated riff with the Ditto X2, then kick off the modulation on your dry signal and activating an overdrive for a lead, feeding everything into a stereo reverb pedal for ambience before it hits the amps (Guitar → Overdrive → Stereo Modulation → Ditto X2 Looper → Stereo Reverb → Two Amps).

So the Ditto X2 is easier to use with its dedicated Stop/Clear foot-switch, has a couple cool effects on board, and is able to be used in mono or stereo. Could it get any better? In a word, yes. While the original Ditto Looper is an excellent jamming companion on its own, the Ditto X2 takes it further. With the Ditto X2 Looper, you can now import loops to the pedal and even export your wild loop creations for further editing in your DAW of choice. TC Electronic even has a growing library of freely downloadable loops from top musicians that you can download and jam along to. And of course this, too, is super easy to do. Simply download the loop you want, connect your Ditto X2 to your computer with the included USB cable, and drag and drop the loop you want from your computer to the TRACK folder on the Ditto X2. Eject the pedal from your computer and hit the Loop foot-switch to play the loop. Easy as pie.

TC Electronic have done it again. While not straight version upgrade (like PolyTune to PolyTune 2), the X2 offers a little more flexibility for those who need it. And while some folks may have wished for more than one saved loop, and others (myself mainly) would have asked for MIDI control/syncing, the spirit of the Ditto X2 is to keep things simple for looping guitarists. And with that in mind, the Ditto X2 excels. Let’s see the final result.

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The TC Electronic Ditto X2 Looper builds upon the legacy of its predecessor while still maintaining the simplicity and ease of use that made the original Ditto Looper a modern classic. With a dedicated Stop/Clear foot-switch, Reverse & ½ Speed effects, stereo I/O, and the ability to import and export loops, the Ditto X2 adds just enough depth to take dead simple looping to the next level. If you want an easy to use looper and need the extra features the Ditto X2 provides over the original Ditto Looper, then this just may be the best guitar looping pedal for you.

That concludes our TC Electronic Ditto X2 Looper review. Thanks for reading.

 

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381 COMMENTS

  1. Hello,

    I have just got a question for anyone using the Ditto Looper X2.

    I bought a brand-new pedal few weeks ago. Before starting to record I press the button so it becomes red. I record a bass line and then hit the button again to start playing over but it takes few seconds for the track that I have just recorded to start playing. I even used an external metronome to ensure the timing was correct but the same thing happened.

    Not sure if there is something I need to do different or if the pedal I bought has got a problem.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

  2. my BOSS DD20 took a dive about a week after the 5 year parts warranty. (NO MORE BOSS). the giggadelay was ok, but very digital – and I always thought, “why can’t all of the great delay settings be incorporated into the loop? I suppose at 23 seconds the SOS is enough and it could get messy with delay thrown in the loop, but can anyone tell me if there is a unit out there that will allow delay effects to be thrown into a looping feature? several have loopers (the Alter Ego x4, Flashback 3) but I’m under the impression that you’re either looping, or using the delay modes — never both.
    in fact I’ve seen the flashback set pre-ditto .. so is at my only option?

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  5. A little Tip&Trick for all the Ditto’ers:

    If you don’t need the half speed FX during your performance but would like to DOUBLE the length available for your loop just engage the half speed fx BEFORE you start recording your loop and than go and record with the half speed on – instead of 6 minutes, you get 12 minutes of looping time – should be enough even for veery slow ballads.

    Cheers!

  6. Have a couple of TC Elocrtonics pedals,and they are practically the best out there,so i would be incredible happy to own one!!!!!

  7. Great, informative review, sounds like this would go perfectly in the 2.1 stereo (2 guitar amps + 1 bass amp) rig I’m building. The reverse feature would also work amazingly for the psychedelic blackened doom I’m working on, just reading about it has set off all sorts of new ideas!

  8. I’m still a semi-new guitarist been playing around a year. I don’t play with anyone else yet, but I feel like this would help me so much in learning to play. Being able to create just a second layer to play along with would make a huge difference

  9. A great “next step up” from their bare bones original ditto. I would love one of these to dip my toe into the world of looping. Thank you for all of the great reviews!

  10. I have the flashback x4 an it’s a fantastic pedal! I’m sure this one is just as incredible. The only thing missing from tc’s loopers is midi clock sync. Other than that I couldn’t ask for much else. I’ve jammed out many song ideas an riffs on my flashback. It’s really helped my creative flow.

  11. Hey thanks for this awesome website :)

    I’ve been using a boss rc-20xl but it always has some weird rhythmic sounds that I can never get to go away when the amp is at higher volumes. It’s nice for practice but this Ditto looks perfect for playing in live situations!

  12. can never have too many loopers….and this one looks a beauty
    have another TC electronics pedal, and impressed with their gear in general

  13. The Ditto X2 sounds like a perfect replacement for my Jamman. Reverse feature would be serious fun, the sound quality & ease of use would make it a great addition to the live playing rig. Getting one for sure.

  14. This pedal is FRIGGING AWEEOME. The response is perfect, no delays, sharp on the beat. I really wish I could afford it though. But defiantly my next goal xD

  15. been reading about this pedal online and really like it. Iown other TC pedals and love them. Put me in line for one. I’ll ut it to good use!

  16. Seems like a very nice pedal. I’ve heard & read many great things about it. Would love to try it soon. It would be even better to win one to use at my leisure.

  17. Good size and it would be simple and versatile to use. It would be fun to import things and mess with those too.

  18. Love the extra foot switch, would make it much easier to use and the reverse function would be fun to experiment with.

  19. I have the baby version of this pedal. This would be better in live situations. I am still trying to figure out when I would ever use the reverse or 1/2 speed.

    • Yep! Entirely agree. Not heard one good example online of reverse or 1/2 speed. They all sound a complete mess. Stopping function is great, as indeed is the possibility of two 9v batteries, as well as import and export function. And of course, 24 bit stereo!

  20. I would love to get one of these! I’ve been wanting a looper and the features on this one seem awesome!

  21. There is a whole lot you can accomplish with looped effects, and this pedal puts all of the greatest features that you want from a looper!

    The original Ditto changed our thoughts on what a loop really is. It’s just a little middle school copy cat (at least that’s all it has to be). It simply loops one of our riffs, leads etc. But what if we want to speed that up? Slow it down, or play it in reverse? Well the Ditto politely said, oh well”. Not the X2!

    Can’t wait to get my copy cat paws on this little treasure. Great job, again, TC Electronic and of course, BestGuitarEffects.com!

  22. Really want a looper that actually works well and will save loops. I want to be able to loop my raw guitar tone rather than “enhanced” by a modeling amp/pedal

  23. A few more features and a little bit more dough than the original TC Electronics Ditto looper, a huge improvement in performance and intuitive control, and yet still small enough for my pedalboard. Love it.

  24. I thought the original Ditto was super easy to use, but just missing a few things I wanted (like reverse). Now they’ve added it – I NEED THIS!

  25. This week I was in a TCElectronic Demo and Show of products in Barcelona – Spain, and the TC Electronic Ditto X2 Looper is really amazing, I think this device need to be in every pedalboard of the every guitarist.
    Highly recommended.
    Ewing – Barcelona

  26. Great! I have the normal ditto looper. It is awesome for practicing, but the X2 is definately more gig worthy! :) I want it!

  27. this would be great. Same as someone commented below, my JamMan is overly complicated and cumbersome. Just need something that is going to repeat what I play..f..o..r..e..v..e..r….

  28. I would love to try doing some speed altering recording with this. I would play solos at half speed and then see how they sound at full speed. I would record parts at full speed and see how they sound at half speed. The crazy piano in Rocky Racoon was recorded at half speed so they could get that super intricate performance.

  29. Really interested in this pedal. I have a decade old JamMan and it has WAAAAAY too many obstacles to clean and easy loop production. This looks like it does what it says it will do. Sometimes, that’s all you need.

  30. Love this thing. We never had stuff like this 40 years ago. My foot’s goin’ to get tired playing with this thing!!!

  31. I’ve always liked improvising and soloing, but it’s also always been difficult for me. I’ve tried all sorts of things, from burning backing tracks onto CDs, to recording loops with my crappy iPod mic and listening to them with headphones while I played. I was always intimidated by loopers because of their seemingly complex nature and expensive price tags. Then one day I read about the TC Electronics Ditto. I watched some demos, and decided that it was the looper for me once I got to building my board (which I am starting soon). When I saw that there was an improved version of the ditto, I decided that I liked it better and would get that instead. I haven’t made the trip out to a guitar store yet, but I would love to have the ditto x2 as a practice tool to work on my lead skills and theory and to create ambient loops, because I have been getting more into that style of music lately.

  32. I ‘m using my guitar as a percussion, laying baselines, strumming it rhythmically while adding some riffs.
    I want to concentrate doing all these, not on a fuzzy box.

    I was looking for a looper and I think I ‘ve just found what I need. Pristine sound and simple in use.
    Even the reverse or the half speed effects as an option, expands the way I was thinking my music ’till now.

    your review helped me a lot
    thank you

  33. This pedal has revolutionised my live playing. It’s simplicity and ease of use drastically reduces the potential for issues which, at the end of the day, is what you’re after when playing live. I played at a wedding the other day (during the service) and the bride and groom wanted me to play a specific tune with a few layers (basically – in a church on someone’s wedding day – not the time to make a slip up!!!). This is where the Ditto Looper 2 comes into its own.

  34. I need this plugin to do youtube covers, I already have a Big Muff PI, a Boss CH-1 Super Chorus, and some WAH pedals, this would help me so much!
    Good luck to everyone else

  35. Looking forward to trying one of these Loopers out.
    Being in a small 3 piece band (The Bourbon Cowboys) with 1 guitar , bass and drums I need to be able to loop a whole verse for example to play lead over then swith off the loop.
    The X2 appears to be exactly what I need.

  36. Really interested in a looper now after my friend demoed the original Ditto to me.
    Think that this will be an awesome addition to my existing set up.
    Like that you can still start/stop just like the original, in case you want to use the second foot switch for an effect. Or if you’re just too used to the original functionality already!

  37. I’ve been in the market for a looper recently and you guys have me excited for this thing. It looks like it’s going to crush its competition with the simplicity and compact design. This is no one trick pony, baby, yeah! Thank you for the chance to win.

  38. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over.. I would love to have this looper so that I could hear the same sweet tones over and over..

  39. Need this pedal!!! Looping is essential for me, I have a DL-4, but need to be able to do longer loops. I am a one-man unit, so I need this box!!!!!!

  40. I play banjo and a few other instruments in a jazz band and this would be cool to loop a progression and then grab another instrument or lay down some licks over it.

  41. For the giveaway: I think I would replace my good Akai with the Ditto! And make some Loops for my bassonly postrock thingy.

  42. As a solo acoustic artist who performs live shows regularly this would allow me to solo over chord loops! I’m sure I could put this to good use

  43. Being in 2 metal bands both without a rhythm guitarist, this would be perfect for writing leads and new horizons of sounds. Definitely a wishlist Must.

  44. Hey! I would use this pedal for on stage solo and individual practice tool. Got a guitar and bass and melodies to share!

  45. Really nice!! seems to be very easy to use and very fun. A must. 5 minutes loop it’s a very long long time.
    I like it

  46. I love TC so much. Every time they do something great, they just come back a few weeks later, teasing you saying “nah man… you thought that was awesome? Check out this.” Ditto X2 is no exception!

  47. I got a new pedalboard and saved a little room for a looper pedal. This would be awesome for some layered metal riffage!

  48. This looks like a great pedal, I really like the inclusion of a dedicated stop switch, as well as the reverse and half speed options which I’ve usually only found on something like a DL4. This would be an awesome addition to my board for both live and practice playing.

  49. I started playing bass in 1968. I played just about every style of rock and blues in various bands around the Midwest. I always took great pride in having a great sound due to high quality amps, speaker enclosures, and basses (no effects). Then, I discovered great websites like talkbass.com and bestguitareffects.com, which finally, at the age of 59, spurred my interest enough to purchase a compressor and a TC Flashback I pedal. The best rush since Timothy Leary! The Flashback with the great delays opened a whole new world of creativity for me. Problem was, I loved using the delays, but could not have the delays and utilize the looper at the same time. So, after much research on the internet for great loopers, I came to the conclusion that I needed to get the Ditto X2. I am not going to give the many reasons why, as they have already been discussed on this site. Because I’m currently investing money into a new amp and 4×10 enclosure, it will be quite a long time before I can get a Ditto X2, but I sure could use one!!! Effect pedals stimulate creativity!

  50. What an incredible pedal! Looping and effects in one little box!

    I reckon the best part is how it’s so high quality that you can have heaps and heaps of loops and still distinguish between them. Great for practice, performance and chucking in little fillers between songs or if you break a string or something, good stuff!

  51. This seems to be one of the most versatile loopers out there yet it’s very compact in size, which is a big plus in my opinion. Would be a nice addition to my pedal board and great for experimenting with some Russian Circles style layering of riffs. A little short on money at the moment, so winning this would be awesome.

    Good luck to everyone who joins the contest!

  52. This pedal would be perfect for our three-piece cover band. We don’t plan on hiring another guitarist and I’d be able to do so much more with something like this. Awesome features!

  53. Want to use it to do a live solo guitar effects show layering testure over texture using the 1/2 speed and the reverse as well to get really crazy and then pump it out in stereo along with a whole bunch of other pedals and like 5 different amps to create total harmonic bliss.

  54. The double tap functionality on the original ditto looper can be tricky when storing a chorus loop for example and not wanting playback right away. It takes a lot of practice to get the timing right and is daunting in a live situation. The dedicated footswitch on the x2 is great for this. The biggest selling point for me is the ability to store and download loops to and from the pedal via usb.

  55. i like the exporting feature for creating backing tracks . . . i contacted tc electronics and they suggested for saving and not editing; audacity was a good piece of free ware. i downloaded it; but i have no ditto looper 2 to use it with.

  56. So much creative expansion can come from a looper. Having never owned one myself, I’d love to be able to see how much I could do with one of these!

  57. This seems perfect – firstly I had that big Boss loop station, which was too complicated, now I use the looper function on Flashback, but I can’t use it simultaneously with delay.. This version of Ditto is great!

  58. I think the review was solid. Mr Tanaka seems to have explored every detail in depth and put time into making sure he put out everything he could about this one. Kudos!

  59. I’ve dabbled with the original Ditto and it’s amazing and simple.
    This looks like a great progression from that. And also more usable in a live setting.
    Me wants.

  60. I run stereo, so I’d have the x2 only going to one amp.. It would help me Create a massive wall of sound!

  61. I want it!, because it’s terribly awesome.
    Lo quiero, es terriblemente asombroso, además de que sería fantastico el poder tocar con él ya que así me ayudaría un tanto a la hora en la que estoy solo para tocar.

  62. I have been eyeing this pedal for quite sometime. Nice to see that it holds up to my personal thoughts and hopes. TC Electronic seems to do no wrong and I am very okay with that.

  63. This effect seems like tons of fun. Great tool for writing multiple guitar parts, also its got to be a great self-teaching tool. I have seen a lot of guitarists use feedback loops and roll-offs for multiple layers a of ambient noise, dying to give that a try.

  64. What’s cool about this is that it does not seem overly complex for the sake of being overly complex. Sometimes, simple is good.

  65. The Ditto X2 Looper is just amazing. I’ve always wanted a looper to practice and improve my solos. I’d like to experiment with the reverse effect, I see so many possibilities. The import/export to PC function is very useful and handy.

  66. I think there are fewer pedal effects that can beat up the usefulness of a looper… this one fulfills its role perfectly well.

  67. Awesome pedal – my friends use this to make ambient dronescapes, but I want to use this with my primary school class to teach them about looping and creating their own music in the moment! Fingers crossed…

  68. This is an awesome demo that displays very well the pedals functions and amazing sound. I’m very surprised at how versatile such a minimalistic interface can be. Can’t wait to try it with my electric ukulele rig. I hope I win it. If not I’ll just have to buy it anyways!

  69. looplooplooplooplooploooooooooooooop I use a word that don’t mean nothin’…like loopid.

    Don’t mind me. I’m drunk. :D

  70. Listening through the demo on youtube, i feel that the looper would give endless possibilities to make songs. Certainly a good creative outlet for me to come up with some performance ideas for my solo act. Plus, TC electronics rarely dissapoints.

  71. I own the original Ditto and it is awesome. What was lacking in the original is NOW included in the Ditto X2. Great job TC Electronics.

  72. I own the original Ditto and it is awesome. What was lacking in the original is not included in the Ditto X2. Great job tc elcctronics!

  73. Gimme the loop! Seriously, the standard ditto is incredible, I can’t even imagine working this– it’s gotta be as limitless as it is intuitive.

  74. Amazing looper, very easy to use, have a different mode as well like Reverse n half speed. Really want to add it in my chain..

  75. T.C. Electronic makes great gear. I own the G-System and the effects are top shelf. This was an outstanding review of the Ditto X2 Looper. I have been thinking about acquiring a looper and this is one that I will have to take for a personal test drive. Thank you!

  76. this pedal is exactly what i need! a couple months ago i had to make a heartbreaking decision to help a family member out with a medical bill. to do so i had to sell everything off my beloved pedalboard :( . i was able to get $3000. for everything, and replaced it all with a multi effects unit. and usually i hate them, i want me dedicated boutique stomps! but i found the T.C. Electronics Nova system and i can say i am very pleased! all im missing now is a looper. i was not sure what to go with, the Ditto seemed to be the best fit for me, only it was missing stereo ins/outs! and now here is the X2, absolutely perfect! lets hope i can win one because we cant afford to buy one at this time :)

  77. Fingers crossed, I own the original Ditto Looper but I have plenty of room on my pedal board for this bad boy :D

  78. This is one of the most awsome looper pedal ever! I tried it at a friend’s house and I have to say that I was blown away! A must if you can afford it! This would definitely be my first choice if I had the option of getting it!

  79. I want this pedal, I want this pedal, I want this pedal, I want this pedal, I want this pedal, I want this pedal, I want this pedal

  80. i’d want one just for the reverse mode. It looks great! Don’t you think all the other loopers are ugly?

  81. Want!Want!Want!….I mean neeeeeeeeeeeeed.

    I started with a JamMan 1.0, moved onto a VoiceLive Play GTX, then a Voicelive3 briefly and now am going back to straight dedicated pedals :)

  82. I won’t touch myself with the Ditto X2 looper pedal like all these women promoted on the website, but I will sure make the best use out of it. Thanks!

  83. It seems so simple to use, and the reverse function looks pretty killer as well. I definitely wouldn’t mind having one of these on my board!

  84. Sounds like an awesome pedal! Sounds like an awesome pedal! ! Ladep emosewa na ekil sdnuos.(read this line backwards). Did I mention it sounds like an awesome pedal! It would be a great addition to my line 6 xt live.

  85. So now I can have loops on loops on loops on loops on loops on loops on loops on loops on loops on loops on loops on loops on loops on loops on loops on loops on loops!!!!

    Looks fantastic! Can’t wait to get creative with one of these bad boys!

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  88. I have the original Ditto and absolutely love it. I would love to get my hands on the X2. It has so many more features that would make the Ditto perfect

  89. great pedal – love the reverse and 1/2 speed functions. – Stereo outs are a huge addition too.

  90. Had to sell my last looper. Would love to have the Ditto X2. I think TC Electronics pedals are among the best designed pedals in the world.

  91. I’m currently working on building my rig so I can play solo, I could really use this. Thank you so much for having these giveaways!

  92. The first ditto looper is an awesome sounding and simple pedal to operate. The ease of use helps you get straight to being creative and making music! I’d use it’s big brother with all it’s extra features to build loops and backing tracks during live performance.

    Ditto X2 Looper!!!

  93. I have the smaller ditto and I love that it is so small. The added features of the larger version will help with using is live.

  94. I’ve always wanted a Ditto but never have gotten around to it…This is the perfect opportunity…

  95. I would use the Ditto Looper 2 to create backing tracks and save them with Audacity, which was recommended by the good folks at TC Electronic as a free programs to just save tracks. I have it downloaded, I just need the pedal. I’d also use it to create rhythms and play over them since, I’m a hobbyist, and play at home alone primarily.

  96. This is the pedal I want most right now! For writing songs or just playing leads over my own rhythms, this looks like it could actually be the one pedal that makes me a better guitar player.

  97. Love this products ability to transfer tracks to a mix program on the computer. The TC Electronic Ditto X2 Looper is just what I need to step up to the next level.
    Steph

  98. Great review! Only apparent negative is the size. For me, the Reverse & ½ Speed effects are no big deal. Can’t believe I’d use them all that much. OTOH, the dedicated stop/clear button is a major addition.

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      I Want One!

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