The Loop 5x System allows for remote control over traditional effect pedals and effect units. With a $599.00 MSRP it will appeal to many guitar players worldwide. Lance Reegan-Diehl conceived the unit, then designed it, while manufacturing in his home country of Korea. Korea has maintained a high level of manufacturing quality over the years and is now able to offer name brand products worldwide.
Loop X products are handmade on a six person assembly line, offering customers the very best in technology and craftsmanship.
The Loop 5x System is being distributed now in Germany and Japan will follow soon with eventual distribution in United States.
The Loop 5x allows you to remotely control five effect loops, A/B output, and it is a regulated 9volt power supply with five 300ma outputs for pedal power. Guitar players can control the unit from anywhere onstage using any length of control cable. Loop 5X keep’s pedals out of harm’s way, with no long audio cable runs to the stage front. Shorter cable distance between instrument, effects, and your amplifier means; more tone to your amp. Using analog idea’s with modern effects is a key design element for Lance and his products. “It’s all about great tone.”
Manual A/B input selector switch and tuner output for instrument change over without unplugging.
Ethernet CAT5 cable for switching, and power to the remote control.
Loop 5X uses high quality audio relays to facilitate the switching.
Five TRUE BYPASS effect loops
Relays are activated by 6 latching switches located in the controller.
There is no audio running to the control pedal.
Red power LED light is located on control pedal.
LED’s light up to indicate loop operation status.
Output B is indicated on the controller with an LED
output A is the default output; footswitch in off position.
Full analog passive routing system with no preamps or buffers.
Use any pedal, even older pedals with worn out switches.
Loop 5x is always switching back and forth from affected sound to pure amp tone.
Included is a 5meter CAT5 cable, 12VDC power supply, and five 9V power cables.
The 12volt power supply handles 110 or 220 voltage. The Signal passes from input A to output A even when the power is off.
Lance Reegan-Diehl is a busy man with recording, worldwide appearances for guitar clinics and more but now he has created an innovative and groundbreaking piece of equipment that will help guitar players and musicians alike perform with more efficiency and safety. For more information and other products visit the Loop X Systems web site. DEELEEBOB “Simplicity in design.”
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