Built with two autonomous loop channels which can operate independently or in tandem, loop decay control, and seven onboard loop effects including tape stop, reverse, and double, the TC Electronic Ditto X4 is one of the more powerful loopers available on the market. Similar in approach to the standard Ditto, this expanded iteration sports up to five minutes of total looping time for each loop to be chopped, cut, delayed, decayed, and more, all through the interface. Excellent for the experimental solo performer interested in adding more nuance to their performance. the X4 is also a solid option for anyone looking to dive in headfirst to the world of looping.

Product Specs

  • Ditto X4 Looper
  • Black
  • 2010s
Made In
  • United States

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Reviews for the TC Electronic Ditto X4 Looper
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  • Known memory card issue bricks the unit

    Verified Purchase

    TC Electronic/MusicTribe needs to acknowledge that there is a manufacturing issue and offer to service defective units at no cost. The pedal is great and it has a lot of cool features; the midi sync with a beat buddy is so much fun, but the unit randomly self-bricks. After searching on google and yo…

  • Don't buy until TC makes a statement

    Verified Purchase

    These things suffer from the "all lights" glitch. Google it before you buy. Mine borked a few months after owning it. You've got to send it in to TC for them to fix it, but this experience makes it feel too reliable. Up until it borked, 5/5 stars no question. I just thought I could be lucky an…

  • Verified Purchase

    Love it.

  • Solid looper

    Verified Purchase

    Great sounding and midi sync is solid. Great effects like reverse! I use it to sync to a drum machine and loop with that. I haven't noticed any tone suck or anything. Good looper

  • Works perfectly!

    Verified Purchase

    I was a bit worried when I purchased this one because of all of the poor reviews online and reported issues with it. But it works reliably well, and it's one of the few larger form pedals that doesn't have a master volume control (compared to the Infinity Looper). This feature is important to me sin…