Re: Looper Trooper (hardware)
Just got my Ditto X4 back from repairs. Of all things, it went out on me during a live performance
Loop would not record, and the hold effect would not activate. A TC repair shop warrantied it for me, replaced the main board for free. Works like new. Rather odd for them, I've read about some bad X2's on the Acoustic Guitar forum, and today I've heard of some bad X2's found locally here in Michigan as well. I had the X2 when they first came out, then traded up to the X4 mainly to get the extra loop section. The effects are nice, and there's a way you can also combine them, but it requires you to bend down an turn the knob first. The decay function allows loops to disappear as you layer on more.
The main reason I went with TC is the playback audio is top notch. In the past I had one of those larger Boss units, but the playback wasn't as nice.