Electro-Harmonix 720 Stereo Looper

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Packing twice the recording length of the Nano Looper 360, the 720 Stereo Looper from Electro-Harmonix is the perfect looping tool for both in-studio recording and onstage performances. You can record up to 10 independent loops of high-quality, uncompressed audio thanks to the 720’s onboard 24-bit A/D/A converters. You also get unlimited overdubs, stereo in and out, a jack for an external footswitch, a loop fadeout mode, Reverse and Half-Speed effects, and more.

Brand: Electro-Harmonix

Color: White


  • 12 minutes of recording time. 10 independent loops.
  • Stop, Undo-Redo, Reverse and Half-speed effects at the touch of a button. Loop fadeout (trails) mode.
  • Stereo in/out for enhanced usability… record two instruments at once. Silent footswitches.
  • Foot controller input lets you use popular 3 button foot controllers (optional) to change a bank up or down and gives access to instant Undo-Redo. modern sound
  • Comes with an EHX 9.6DC/200 AC Adapter, also runs on 9V battery and provides extra long battery life. PSU, also works with 9V battery (not included); Kindly find the signal flow diagram on Technical Specification

Publisher: New Sensor

Release Date: 18-12-2015

Details: With 720 seconds (12 minutes) of stereo recording time on 10 independent loops and unlimited overdubbing, the compact 720 Stereo Looper provides guitarists with an intuitive tool that’s perfect for practice and live performance. finding the sweet spot in their wash pedal’s sweep. The Cock Fight lets you achieve that cool cocked wash sound without the wash pedal. Tune in the tone you want. Add the built-in distortion for more grind and growl, or switch to the Talking Wah mode for a stuck voice-box sound. If you plug in an expression pedal, you can sweep the Cock Fight for jaw dropping wah and talking pedal effects, with or without distortion!

UPC: 683274011684

EAN: 602003601040

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  1. SG Dawson

    Fun, robust, and functional. I love using it for acoustic solo gigs when I wanna play a lead or two.

    SG Dawson

  2. Mickey

    The circuitry is so noisy. It adds a lot of hiss and white noise to my sound chain.