Pigtronix Infinity Looper Reviews4.9/5.0 based on 9 customer reviews
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from at home
March 8, 2013Music Background:
the besthad boss rc 20 from the day they came out, still use it, but mostly now it's lonely. I loaded it with drum loops, and I use the Infinity for all musical loops, and it seems amazing so far. Know that you will need a momentary foot switch to 'undo' anything, and you will want that, but it doesn't come with, so get one like the Boss FS 5u from Mark and you'll be set/
March 5, 2013
Awesome sound!Sound is sooo good! I haven't used the MIDI interface, but everything else works great. I love being able so plug in a bass and a guitar and send the bass loop to a bass amp, and have the guitar loop go the the guitar amp. Sweet!
Stevie Ray Ellis
from Chandler AZ
December 29, 2012Music Background:
Weekend warrior performer.
To "Infinity" and beyond!The Pigtronix “Infinity Looper” is the most intuitive looper on the market. I’ve tried (3) of the top loopers I could find in music stores and returned them all. Within minutes of plugging in the product I was off and running. The simplicity and ease of use is important when you are soloing on stage, at least for me.
After taking the Looper for a test drive I wanted to see how much flexibility I actually had with my new purchase so I plugged it into my computer. One word, RIDICULOUS! The configuration of this Looper is extremely dynamic and straight forward. I can store complete pre-recorded loops, sets, and most important every preset configuration that goes with the individual loop itself. Very powerful GUI!
The reason why I say “Infinity” and beyond is because I can change the personality of the looper based on the amount of time that I’m using for my loops based on the 8GB card that comes with the looper.
In other words if I needed a loop that needed to go for 25 or more minutes (like I do when I’m playing my Pink Floyd “Dark Side of the Moon” set ) I can change the number of presets that I need to achieve this task. In addition like I indicated earlier I can save the image on my laptop and do what I call a “brain transplant” between breaks and tee up a completely different configuration of prerecorded loops or songs in all of about 3 minutes, again, RIDICULOUS & powerful!
Last but not least and imo the most important, SUPPORT. I’ve never experience a more sincere group of people then at Pigtronix who want to help you be successful not only with the product but “how” you want to use it. Ben A. at Pigtronix helped me on Christmas Eve over the phone and we exchanged emails on Christmas Day on how I wanted to use the product and how to configure the looper to meet my needs as a solo artist. I am extremely impressed with this product as a musician and will continue to evaluate other Pigtronix products in the future with the assurance of satisfaction!
The “Sweetwater” online purchase and tracking of my order was also very positive and will not hesitate to mark their web site as a favorite for my musical gear! Time to go make some music!
from Frederick, MD
December 27, 2012Music Background:
As good as it gets!I have used other loopers before but they were studio toys and not reliable or easy to use in live situations. Pigtronix nailed this! Pristine
sound quality and very easy to use for live shows. Not much more needs to be said - it gets the job well done.
December 20, 2012Music Background:
amateur musician (fingerstyle guitar)
Best new looperJust like another reviewer I bought this looper as soon as it came out. I own a Gibson Digital Echoplex but was always disappointed with the inferior tone of the looped sound. The Pigtronix looper has pristine digital sound and with my acoustic guitar I cannot tell a difference between the looped sound quality and the unprocessed sound. It is a joy to play and is finally a great looper for live performances. I also love the fact that you can record loops at home and load them in for a concert. My only wish is that it had a small display where you could see the name of a particular loop that is loaded (but overall I am very pleased... 5 stars)
December 9, 2012Music Background:
Keeps the promisesI rushed to get this because I was not satisfied with the functionalities of my Boss RC-30. And, indeed, the Infinity looper delivers both in terms of handling and sound. The handling is very intuitive: Pigtronix really has done its homework on thinking about the work flow when using a looper in a life situation, the times of tap dancing are over (having 3 instead of 2 footswitches really helps).
I particularly like the serial loop mode, which allows to create chorus/verse structures on the fly. The only thing I miss is a trail mode for switching between serial loops: currently, loops are switched instantly once the footswitch is pressed, there is apparently no option to have the transition delayed until the end of the loop (for synced serial loops) - well, perhaps something to consider for a software update.
The sound is excellent, a noticeable improvement against the RC-30. So overall I am very happy with the buy, the only thing left now is getting my time right ...
November 28, 2012Music Background:
The best of it's kindI've had EHX 2880 and been waiting for Infinity since the announcement. 2880 is a great pedal, but Pigtronix guys really managed to pack everything nicely. Infinity is so compact, so usable, so quiet and the sound is great. I especially like the the SYNC MULTI feature, and the fact that you can run everything "from foot" without auxiliary foot controllers. Multiple loops can be stored which turns this pedal into a great small digital recorder for live performances (the number of banks is configurable!) The pedal is absolutely quiet, the sound is very warm and analog. And this is not everything you have!
March 6, 2013Music Background:
Recording Engineer,Guitar,Keyboards,Sound exploration
Pigtronix Infinity LooperThis is a must have ! Esp if your into explorering suond landscapes and need to get some layers. Also Pigtronix is a great bunch of guy's who love to help out. Easy contact and responce to your Q's from their web site.
Didn't give it a 5 only because of the learning curve. Which goes away rather quickly once you get in to it. Other then that a 5 star unit all the way.
from Tampa Florida
January 4, 2013Music Background:
Infinity Looper by PigtronixThis thing is smoking. I would have given it a 5 but I like the soft foot pedals as opposed to the switches. But that is fine I will live.
The MIDI sync is dead on perfect. I sync it to my DAW or a stand alone drum machine and it is perfect. The sound is crisp and clear. I like the options. You can do parallel looping with the two stereo banks. Or you can do serial which would give you a verse chorus type setup.
It has stereo in or dual mono. Too much to list. They really thought this one through. Its just a looper. Nothing else. I owned the Roland RC-50 and the RC-300 and they are both garbage. Too many options and the MIDI sync does not work. You want the best looper on the market? Get this, you will not be disappointed.