DigiTech JamMan Stereo Phrase Sampler and Looper

Stereo Looping Pedal with 35 Minutes of Internal Recording Capacity, SDHC Card Expansion, and Included JamManager Loop Librarian Software
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This Stereo Looper is Ready for Anything!

DigiTech's loopers have been making history for over two decades. They blew us away back in 2005, when they came out with the JamMan looper pedal. Now, Digitech has done it again with the JamMan Stereo Looper! The JamMan Stereo Looper gives you true stereo and up to 35 minutes of CD quality, internal recording right off the bat. You can organize your loops into 99 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 an SDHC card for up to 16 hours of material and another 99 slots.

If you're a guitarist, you'll enjoy the added depth and layered elements that the JamMan Stereo Looper can add to your show. If you're a DJ, you'll love its reverse playback effect. Digitech also gave it a balanced microphone input, which makes it a great tool for vocalists. And no matter what, you'll appreciate the JamMan Stereo Looper's rugged, heavy-duty metal footstiches and robust design.

The DigiTech JamMan Stereo Looper has all of the features that make it an excellent stage tool that's easy to set up. 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 Stereo Looper is also a snap. You can slow down and speed up your loops without affecting their pitch, and three different stop mode (Stop, Finish, and Fade) also help to make looping blend into the rest of your performance smoothly.

DigiTech JamMan Stereo Looper Pedal Features at a Glance:
  • Store over 35 minutes of stereo, CD-quality loops in 99 internal memories
  • Optional SDHC card can store over 16 hours of CD-quality audio in 99 additional memories
  • Reverse Playback mode
  • 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
  • 3 Stop modes (Stop, Finish, and Fade)
  • Slow down or speed up any loop without changing pitch
  • Balanced XLR mic input with dedicated gain control
  • Metronome with multiple rhythm sounds and time signatures
  • Rugged metal chassis with four heavy-duty metal footswitches for looping and loop selection
  • Power supply included
Take your performance further with the DigiTech JamMan Stereo Looper pedal!

Additional Media

JamMan Stereo Phrase Sampler and Looper Pedal User Manual

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Looper
Total Looping Time 35 minutes
Maximum Loops 99 Phrases
Inputs 2 x Instrument, 1 x XLR, 1 x 1/8" (Stereo)
Outputs 3 x 1/4"
Power Supply Included Yes
Height 2.89"
Depth 6.84"
Width 6.7"
Weight 2.22 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number JML2-U

Customer Reviews

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Digi Tech JamMan Stereo

A well built looper pedal. An invaluable tool for student/hobbyist with room to grow. I couldn't ask for more!!
Music background: hobbyist

Band in a box pedal

When I first saw the video demo, I knew I had to have it... With the SD cards, I can make and store as much digital quality music as I want. I've got karaoke tracks on one card, original music on another, etc; I had to find a way to work around not being able to hear the second layer in real time, but now I have a portable digital recording studio that fits in a few Samsonite cases and a couple of boxes... I think it was well worth the $ outlay... I spent $250 on my reverb pedal... another $50 bucks for a digital recording device of this caliber? No hesitation whatsoever... I love the digital age... and I love Digitech for innovating just what I needed for my own musical creation. As an added bonus, I can interface with my computer to move this stuff around... I'm looking forward to what software innovations they will come up with next. Very impressed!
Music background: 6-12 Guitarist, Bass, Drums, Banjo, Vocalist

JamMan Stereo

Great little pedal! I have yet to use it live, but in practice it has been wonderful. I use it with my keyboards so the true stereo capability is great. It's solidly built and extremely easy to learn how to use. I love the reverse playback function, it can be used to create a really cool effect. Also the dedicated XLR mic input was a major selling point for me, it allows me to mix vocals and any number of acoustic instruments into my loops without needing any extra equipment (except a mic). My one complaint is that there is no hands-free way to save a loop, even with the optional FS3X footswitch. All in all though it's a great pedal, and I wish I had gotten a looper a long time ago.
Music background: student

DigiTech JamMan Stereo

This unit exceeds all my expectations. I intend to make my own loops and singles using Band In A box, realband and cakewalk. This will allow me to use when I need them insteasd of my laptop computer.
Music background: Musician

Fantastic Sound Quality - Great for Practice/Live Performance

As a first time loop pedal user, I can't say I have much experience or skill using the JamMan right out of the box so bare with me here. But its been about a week since I've had mine but I can already tell its going to largely effect my song creation process. I was initially surprised at how great my guitar sounds during loop playback- it barely loses any tone and doesn't add any unwanted noise or distortion if the input level is set correctly. I have yet to test it with vocals, but I'm sure it sounds great with an SM58 or any other popular dynamic (can't say I would ever try a condenser/phantom box). Getting used to the metal stomp switches has proven to be a little rough without shoes on compared to using a flat plastic pedal (original JamMan), but I'll probably get used to it over time. The amount of storage on this thing is fantastic, with room to expand. The backing tracks are great for jamming with yourself or keeping tempo in a live environment. Besides a slight learning curve for users unfamiliar with looping in general, this product has an impressive amount of features and an ease of use that makes it perfect for practice and live performance. For someone just getting into looping/sampling, I probably should have started off with a basic JamMan, but for loop veterans this is highly recommended. I only wish I had gone with the delay/looper mega combo version!
Music background: 21 y/o, 6-year acoustic guitar and piano player, recording engineer
See also: Loop Pedals, DigiTech, DigiTech Loopers