DigiTech JamMan Solo XT Phrase Sampler / Looper Pedal

Compact Stereo Looping Pedal with 35 Minutes of Internal Recording Capacity, microSD Card Expansion, and Included JamManager Loop Librarian Software
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A Feature-packed Compact Stereo Looper Pedal

DigiTech's loopers have been making history for over two decades. In 2005, they blew us away when they came out with the JamMan looper pedal. Now, DigiTech has done it again. The JamMan Solo XT gives you most of the powerful features of its big brother (the JamMan Stereo Looper) in a compact, single pedal form. With the JamMan Solo XT looper, you get up to 35 minutes of CD-quality, stereo recording right off the bat. You can organize your loops into 200 internal memories for instant recall and playback. If 35 minutes of loops isn't enough for you, all you need to do is pop in a microSD card for up to 32 hours of material and another 200 slots.

The DigiTech JamMan Solo XT looper packs a ton of useful features into a rugged, all-metal unit that's no larger than an ordinary guitar pedal. You can connect it to your computer via USB and use the included Loop Librarian software to organize your loops before the show. Of course, looping on the fly with the JamMan Solo XT looper is also a snap. Auto-quantize, auto-record, and adjustable BPM functions make perfecting your performance easy. A built-in metronome provides you with several rhythm sounds and time signatures to play to, and the JamMan Solo XT even has the capability to slow down and speed up your loops without affecting their pitch.

DigiTech JamMan Solo XT Looper Pedal Features at a Glance:
  • Store over 35 minutes of stereo, CD-quality loops in 200 internal memories
  • Store over 32 hours of CD-quality audio on an optional microSD card
  • Record rhythm loops and solo over them on the fly
  • USB lets you connect to the JamManager Loop Librarian software to organize and archive your loops
  • Aux input lets you import music from CD and MP3 players
  • Slow down or speed up any loop without changing pitch
  • Rugged metal chassis
  • Power supply included
Take your performance further with the DigiTech JamMan Solo XT looper pedal!

Additional Media

JamMan Solo XT User Manual

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Looper
Total Looping Time 35 minutes internal
Maximum Loops 99 Phrases
Inputs 2 x Instrument, 1 x 1/8" (Stereo)
Outputs 2 x 1/4"
Power Supply Included Yes
Height 2.13"
Depth 5"
Width 2.75"
Weight 0.78 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number JMSXT-U

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5/5

Nice Little Pedal

I was impressed by how much this looper could do n such a small package. I have owned the larger older double pedal style , which I liked but it was for solo only and kind of heavy and cumbersome. I'm looking forward to utilizing the ability to link the jamman solos together when I get the chance. It does not have a separate channel for vocal but the jamman solo vocal looper is on my horizon. For now my Fishman Acoustic amp has a DI output that combines the two channels, vocal and guitar , and that works pretty good for now. Really impressed with the Jamman Solo Xt. Highly recommend it.
Music background: Amateur
5/5

Sync'd JamMan Loopers for Performance, Collaboration, Songwriting

I've been playing guitar for 2+ decades and have been 'live looping' for the last 4 years. I build 'songs' using loopers to create the sound of a full band using vocals, guitar, drums and synths. I use DigiTech JamMan Solo XT loopers. I spent my first 3 years looping with one JamMan Solo. I then did a lot of research before building my new looping rig which has FIVE sync'd JamMan Solos. Now I have a foot-controlled multi-track recorder on the floor. It may sound daunting but it is quite intuitive once you work with it for a little bit.There are fancier loopers out there, but I chose the JamMan Solo XT loopers for these unique and empowering options:1) layering/stacking with NO playback lag when switching between adjacent loops2) saving a loop WHILE the looper is playing back3) 200 on-board memory 'slots' to save loops, up to 10 minutes in length in each slot4) SD card adds another 200 memory slots for a total of 4005) saving to up/down slots for overdubs and subsequent 'chained playback'6) patch up/patch down and stop control with the 3-button FS3X external footswitch7) chain syncing with 1/8 inch TRS cables8) master with unlimited slaves9) multiple musicians and/or instruments each can have their own dedicated looper and 3-button FS3X10) indiscernible changes in tone even after layering11) loops are save as uncompressed .wav files12) stereo I/O with mono option also13) low cost considering all the options offered14) solid metal housing and silent switching15) usb interface for transferring loops to and from the looperNo other looper has all of these features that are critical to live performance as well as song creation, rehearsal and jamming with friends. A multiple memory slot looper is your 'song notebook'. Paging up and down between loop variations helps you construct songs that are more interesting than what one, two or three 'phrase' loopers allow.The JamMan Solo and Solo XT also have a 'save' button that allowed me to do a 'save with your foot' modification by adding a little piece of plastic (shelf endcap), making it even easier to create very complex multiple patch variations, all synced to the master. I attached the 'endcap' with Velcro (like a hinge) so it sits just above the Save Switch requiring only a light foot touch to save the currently playing loop. Then hit save again and page up with the FS3X to save it in a new slot, overdub to that, save up a slot - and so on. Then you can page up and down between these slots to chain your loop variations in any combination - with NO playback hiccup between the slots. In short, the master looper receives the FX send from the board, allowing each individual channel to go into the master. Also, each instrument plugs into its own looper (slaves) before going to the board. The vocals are looped (slave) using an insert cable and insert jack on the vocal channel of the board.I do not use the included software and instead use Adobe Bridge to manage, name and transfer loops to and from the looper. I also do not use the auto-start, tap tempo or rhythm options, but these are included if you need them.My newest CD release was recorded using one JamMan Solo Looper for all the musical parts. I then stitched and tweaked the 'variations' in SoundForge. And that was BEFORE I built my multiple sync'd looper rig!Once a person experiences 'playing with themselves', many find it hard to give up the habit.And to be clear, I do not work for DigiTech (even though I would love to). My goal here is to inspire others to get into looping because it has added so much to my music experience and I want to share that empowerment.
Music background: Professional
5/5

MVP -- Most Valuable Pedal

The ways in which you can use this pedal are only limited by your imagination. With it's built-in drum kit metronome and ability to download backing tracks from your computer, it is likely to take your practice sessions to a new level; if you're a solo performer, the ability to lay down some chords or a bass line to riff over is very handy. As a songwriter, I use the Jam Man as an instant scratch pad, to capture moments of inspiration and sometimes perspiration. This is much easier than attempting to record on computer or iPhone, because it's always on my pedal board, waiting. Tip: Use an external card for more memory, and get the optional footswitch so you can select loops or set the beat, hands-free.
Music background: Songwriter
5/5

Indispensable Practice Tool and Teaching Aid

Took a few minutes to get set up and then it worked great - specifically for practicing chord tone soloing, and general jamming. I like to stay in flow with practice and sometimes working with DAW back and forth gets distracting. This pedal and others like it allow you to keep things simple and easy. Plus, if you're a teacher it is almost indispensable for demonstrating ideas on the fly and it can be used as a quickly programmable drum machine. Overall pretty awesome tool!
Music background: Professional Teacher, Music Entreprenuer, 20+ years Playing and Recording
5/5

Jam man

This pedal is awesome, I haven't use it to its complete ability but I am amazed how fun this pedal is to use. I have always played rhythm Guitar in the bands I have been in and wanted a tool to practice solo's. This works perfect and has plenty of time and room for all the licks I can put on it. Plus I can save new stuff that hit me on the fly and come back later to finish them up. I also like how you can layer and make interesting sounds and songs. The reverse option is fun. I am still learning this pedal but after day one I was completely satisfied with the purchase.
Music background: Hobbyist

Sweetwater Advice

Jonathan Casarow

I use the JamMan Solo XT in my studio as a way to easily build up ideas and store them without having to use a computer. And when the on-board storage gets crowded, the JamMan Librarian software lets me archive all the loops I think are worth keeping.
See also: Loop Pedals, DigiTech, DigiTech Loopers