TC Electronic Ditto Looper Pedal Review

For looping guitar players, the TC Electronic Ditto Looper Pedal is extremely useful and simple. It has a relatively small footprint and would definitely take up less room on your pedalboard than anything else.

This single, single knob looper switch will keep up to a recording time of five minutes. In order to leave the signal together, the Ditto uses true bypass circuitry, and the 24-bit audio guarantees that when you layer a few rhythms on top of each other, you do not lose any sound.


  •  Great for bass and guitar
  •  Single switch and knob stage
  • Five minutes of recording time 
  • 24-bit audio keeps the signal solid and clean.
  • 9-volt driven battery 
  •  Small and small
  • Amazingly user-friendly, quick to understand

TC Ditto Looper


The Ditto looper pedal is an excellent alternative whether you're a guitar or bass player who wants to layer instruments together, or you're a solo artist who wants to add another dimension of melody to your performances. It's super easy to use and has just a short learning curve, allowing you to take the pedal out of the box minutes after you get down to business.

The Ditto from TC Electronics only uses a single level knob along with a single footswitch, unlike many other looper pedals. You can adjust the volume using the level knob and use the footswitch control to set your loops.

On top of each other, you can layer endless loops, and you have up to five minutes of recording time. When you're capturing basic loops, five minutes is enough. With the move of a turn, you can save loops, build new ones, subtract previous ones, and put them back in again. The pedal provides clear instructions about how many times to activate each function and how long you need to keep the pedal.

True bypass circuitry makes it possible for your signal to pass through unhindered and maintains your natural sound integrity intact. The Ditto pedal is powered by a 9-volt battery and uses 24-bit audio power, which is necessary for layering while retaining your sound.

When you add too many layers to them, if a looper pedal has a little less power, they can begin to fizzle out. If you're trying to create captivating, well-rounded loops, then you'll want to make sure that, with multiple layers coming into play, you have enough clarification. That is where it does not disappoint this pedal.

The footprint that the Ditto Looper pedal takes up is extremely thin. On your pedalboard, it might also be the smallest pedal. You don't need to worry about taking up much more with this little guy if you're short on space. It's super robust and affluent to achieve your desired result, despite the scale.

One of the fundamental points to make regarding this pedal is user-friendliness. It can be somewhat difficult to figure out some loopers at first, but with just a few practice runs, with all your fresh and exciting loop layers, you can be ready to reach the stage.

It's also relatively cheap. It's pretty much on par with this caliber's other looper pedals. The Ditto would be a perfect addition to any pedalboard, providing you with the layers and depth you might lack.


+ Tiny and lightweight
+ Inexpensive
+ Quick to make use of
+ No Sound Hindrance
+ 5 minutes of time for recording


- No metronome at all
- No controls for tone

Why We Like It

It is remarkable to have a pedal that's this compact and straightforward. Many pedals can be quite complicated to figure out, especially loopers. You're able to start looping as soon as you pull this one out of the box. It can take up a lot of recording time, allowing players to explore a ton of different options.

It's an exceptional jam buddy. You can build your own with the Ditto Looper Pedal if you've been searching for a way to practice your leads, but don't want to jam along with Youtube backtracks.

It has a stable enough sound that is useful both for live performances and for use in the studio. When you put several layers on top, you don't sacrifice any of your sound integrity, which is a major benefit. When you put layers on, the last thing you want is to lose any of the signal intensity and make it fizzle out.

It is amazingly easy to use, and with just the touch of a button, you can add and remove loops. It becomes smooth and subconscious when you find out how many times you need to touch it for each feature.

This could be the pedal of the looper that you were looking for. It will add the extra layer of depth and difficulty to the game that you need. Good for live shows and playing around the house solo.