One Control Iguana Tail Loop 2 Five-Channel Loop Switching Pedal

Guitar Effects Loop Switcher with 5 x Effects Loops, 6 x DC Output Ports, and a Tuner/Mute Output
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A Simple 5-loop Switcher for Your Guitar Rig!

Control multiple effects loops with One Control's Iguana Tail Loop 2 guitar effects loop controller pedal. Made to give guitarists like you a flexible way to control and manage all of your effects, the Iguana Tail Loop is a remarkably simple and effective tool that's at home in any serious guitarists rig. Each of the Iguana Tail Loop 2's five independent effects loops is true-bypass switchable, ensuring the best possible sound quality. There are also six DC outputs to go with your effects loops, so your power distribution is under control too, but you can also run the Iguana Tail Loop without power, if you're running your rig on batteries. This updated model features a smaller footprint to better fit your pedalboard or rig. Top it all off with a separate tuner output, and you can see just how useful a One Control's Iguana Tail Loop 2 guitar effects loop controller pedal can be.

One Control Iguana Tail Loop 2 Guitar Effects Loop Control Pedal Features:
  • A simple and effective way to control up to 5 independent effects loops
  • New smaller footprint to fit your rig pedalboard better
  • Each footswitchable effects loop features true bypass to preserve your sound
  • 6 x DC power outputs let you easily distribute power to your pedals
  • Operates on a standard 9V power supply or runs without power if you don't require power distribution
  • Tuner output also doubles as a mute switch
Take control of your guitar effects pedals with the One Control Iguana Tail Loop 2!

Tech Specs

Manufacturer Part Number OC5II

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Iguana Tail Loop

Hating to have to step over pedals, to reach those at top, I decided to build a pedal board to suit my style of playing and needs. I wanted all switches in a common location. The Iguana provided me with exactly what I wanted. It was easy to set-up and wire. Simply plug the pedals in and go. 5-switches limits the amount of pedals, if you use one switch for each, but if you stack pedals in true loops, you could conceivably have numerous pedals controlled by the Iguana. I choose to have 4 pedals with their own switch and 2 looped. Used the board at a gig, and the Iguana was flawless. My only complaint is the price. It seems a little pricey for what it is. The reason for only 4.5 stars. It is however a well built unit and I anticipate it will outlast my aging fingers.
Music background: Played in groups years ago. Now, play for my church and some outside gigs. Also play mandolin.


One of my better purchases . Hooking all my pedals through here and taking them out of the chain really gave me that "direct" into amp tone I was alway craving when not using the pedals. Nice quality. I'm sure it will hold up well.
Music background: 30+ years

Good and affordable switcher

I use my rig mostly for writing, rehearsal and recording. I bought this item because I was looking for a way to have all my pedals constantly connected in small groups to minimize noise and signal loss. This unit was significantly cheaper than other solutions. It works well. I have not noticed any additional noise even when running several loops at once. The LEDs are quite helpful and I also like the Mute/Tuner switch. I have only run across two minor issues. First - I hooked the Tuner out up to an Avid Eleven Rack (plugged into a separate outlet) and got a pretty bad hum. The second I unplugged it all was well - likely just created a ground loop. There is also a small noise sometimes when clicking on a loop. Not much and not an issue for how I use it. Might be a consideration if you require a seamless switch, but again it is not that noticeable. All in all - very good for the price point. Shout out to Sean Geyer for being very helpful in researching this....
Music background: Musician, songwriter, recordist
See also: Footswitches, One Control, One Control Footswitch / Selector Pedals