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Hi Tim, I debated or over a year on this, when planning a new & larger pedalboard. Eventually settled on a slightly more basic option, the Carl Martin Octaswitch.

Which works in the same way as the Gigrig, (Seperate loops X 8 + a buffer, if required).

After using my fully wired & assembled board, 4 - 5 time's, I pulled it apart & sold it all off.

Have a look at the Octaswitch, & if it appeals, I can direct you to my one which I sold recently, It may be available.

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I just bought a Loopmaster switching unit, its basic but perfect for my needs.

You get a choice of sizes, inputs, tuner out, master switch etc and you can even choose your LED colours.

Really well priced. Only negative thing is there's a few weeks wait as each unit is handmade to the buyers specs.

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I just bought a Loopmaster switching unit, its basic but perfect for my needs.

You get a choice of sizes, inputs, tuner out, master switch etc and you can even choose your LED colours.

Really well priced. Only negative thing is there's a few weeks wait as each unit is handmade to the buyers specs.

cheers il check em out.

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