Building on EHX's looper legacy, the 45000 combines the familiar controls of a multi-track digital recorder with state-of-the-art features making it possible to create complex multi-track loops quickl... Read More
Building on EHX's looper legacy, the 45000 combines the familiar controls of a multi-track digital recorder with state-of-the-art features making it possible to create complex multi-track loops quickly and easily. Each loop has four mono tracks and one stereo mixdown track. The 45000 records non-compressed, 44.1kHz/16-bit CD quality audio direct to a removable SDHC card (4 to 32GB). Each card holds up to 100 individual loops accessed with the optional 45000 Foot Controller (sold separately). Loop speed is adjustable over a two octave range, and reverse recording and playback are also possible. For extra convenience, a built-in metronome to a separate Monitor Out and a Headphone Out are also included.
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This little guy does EXACTLY what the box says and it does it very well. There's a very small learning curve, but you'll be a pro within an hour or two of tinkering. It's super sturdy and absolutely a quality product. The problem comes with Electro-Harmonix themselves. Getting help on simple issues or an answer to a single question requires diligence. Their 'Support Forums' are an absolute joke. I asked two questions a month ago and have NEVER received a single answer to either of them on the forums. It's as though they forgot that they labeled it 'Support'. It seems as though its 4 moderators don't have the time to actually help anyone. I finally found an email address and got one of my questions answered, the other one I've given up on. So, if customer service is important to you (and it should be) look elsewhere. But, if you're willing to plop down $500 on something you could conceivably get zero help on, then have at it.