TC electronic ditto v2

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TC electronic ditto v2

Post by mrbloor » Thu Jan 30, 2014 5:31 am

looks great for the money, I think I will get one, have the ditto which is great, the v2 looks so useful. Can never have enough loopers :tu:

Might just sell my EHX with hazarai as I only use it for looping really.

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Post by jayrope » Wed Aug 07, 2019 6:46 am

Ay. I had bought 3 Ditto x2 in 2014, unfortunately all showing the same symptoms of failing footswitches soon after. Recently i found an easy way to repair them all, takes 10 mins per unit: https://www.kliklak.net/blog/tc-ditto-x ... tch-repair

Just in case ;)

Now i am wondering how to hack the static octave pitch change option into something like on the Hazarai...[/url]

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Post by EPTC » Wed Aug 07, 2019 11:10 am

Funny, I also have three ditto x2's - i love 'em. I place them all over the place.

There's a Donner looper (very cheap) that combines all the functions of the x2 into a normal Ditto size:

and a weirder Donner one that expands things with more speed controls:


I'm interested in both of these - But have had YEARS of great work with the ditto x2's. Good purchase!

The factory reset is useful to be aware of for occasional crashes, or when noise develops during overdub: https://www.sweetwater.com/sweetcare/ar ... -settings/

Happy looping!

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