programmierbarer 3-Kanal Looper
alle Loops sind True Bypass
Stromversorgung über 9 V DC Netzteil (Koaxial Anschluss -
Minuspol innen, nicht im Lieferumfang enthalten)
Maße (B x T x H): 115 x 112 x 70 mm
Gewicht: 500 g
3 Loops programmable switcher with effect order, input buffer and tuner out.
is an effect switcher with increased usability and operability. The One
Control Salamandra Tail Loop was specially developed to control the
effect with more flexibility.
It functions well even on a small
pedal board, and instantly enables you to do operations that are
impossible with a normal set up.
The One Control Salamandra Tail
Loop was made incredibly compact, and is just as small as the standard
compact effect size of 110 x 115 x 60mm.
in at the normal compact effector weight of 400g per unit, this 3 Loop
Programmable Switcher is ultra-light and ultra-compact.
small housing, there are 3 effect groups that can freely set the
routing, a BJF Buffer that switches between on and off, up to 16
possible presets available, and even a tuner out and an independent
music switch are all included!
Not only controlling the entire
pedal board, which uses a small number of effectors, but also
controlling the effects (including some of the space distortion and amp
effect loop) whose connection orders need to be changed depending on the
While having these functions, it has simple and
high-level operability using 4 foot switches, and large bright segment
displays. It doesn’t take up space on the board and is easy to carry,
but this programmable Switcher will vastly improve the operability.
choosing the routing with an open connection order of 3 effect loops,
there are 16 possible combinations (including the all bypass setting).
On the other hand, because the compact housing always limits the
operability, fewer preset options allow for higher operability.
can save up to 16 presets with the Salamandra Tail Loop. This is the
minimum number of presets to allow saving all of the connection orders,
designed this way so as to maximize both the functionality and
??Select Presets with Simple Operations
can save 16 presets on the Salamandra Tail Loop itself. The presets are
saved as 2 programs, 4 banks, and 2 lanes so that you can activate the
programs without many foot switches.
Because of the
compact size of the unit, a large number of foot switches would have
made it difficult to use. So we designed it with two program settings in
As there are 16 programs in all, at first we
made it with 8 banks and 2 program structures using 4 foot switches,
with bank up and bank down assigned functions, making it rather hard to
So we redesigned the preset selection from an
ergonomic point of view so it has only a bank up bank switch that cycles
between up to four banks. Additionally, if you hold down the bank up
switch for 2 seconds you can switch the lane. This way with only 3 foot
switches you can use all of the presets.
All of the
presets can be operated with one foot, and you don’t need to go between
multiple foot switches when you’re using it, which minimizes any
mistakes during use.
The 4th foot
switch that is no longer used to select a preset now independently
controls a mute/tuner out switch, dramatically improving operability.
installed a preset lock slide switch so that you don’t accidentally
change the preset by pushing a button by mistake during a performance.
Free Routing Control
Audio routing is
creating an audio signal flow. Audio routing is about a cable connecting
the input from the effect, and going from the output to the next
The Salamandra Tail Loop allows you to freely
switch the routing of 3 effect loops. Normally, when you connect a
compact effect, the signal order is the order of connection, 1-2-3, but
when you use the Salamandra Tail Loop, you can order the signals however
you like 2-1-3, 3-2-1, etc.
The settings for the
connection order on the effect are simple, and the connection order is
displayed as is on the display, so you can check the current connection
order at a glance.
Effects of Switching the Routing
can make big changes to the effect and tone based on the connection
order of the effect. For example, with a distortion effect and a booster
pedal, depending on which one you connect first, you can switch between
an increase in volume for the effect booster and a gain boost. It’s
known as a reverb effect, and normally you connect it toward the back to
make a space sound, and if you connect the display pedal in the front,
it creates a tricky effect that assists in playing. Also, if you change
the connection order of the wah-wah pedal and the fuzz pedal, you can
choose which effect is emphasized. In this way, it’s possible to create
new effects that you hadn’t even thought of before by changing the
connection order and combination of various effects.