Hi, I just ordered a beatbuddy for a latin jazz trio voc/piano/bass. I am also playing a bunch of tunes where I play guitar-like melodies.I play a 5 string E-C. So currently when I play the heads, the piano player plays the bass line, but since it's latin music I wish he could play montunos behind me which is why I'm thinking about buying a looper to go with the beatbuddy. What I'm worried about is when I record a bass tumbao that unless I'm totally accurate at punching in and out it will be out of sync with the beatbuddy. And if it is just a little off , then it gets worse the more the tumbao cycles against the drum track. Is that right? I know there is a lot of info already on this forum, but it is so much that I'm overwhelmed. So can somebody help me out please and tell me what is the best way to make sure I always have the tumbao locked with the beat buddy? Which looper would be best for what I'm trying to do? I also wouldn't mind being able to record a couple of loops (verse /chorus) so that I could transition smoothly from one section to the next. We also have a full band but gigs are really hard to come by for that, but there are lots of opportunities for smaller ensembles, which is why I want to try this. Is anybody here who is doing a similar thing?