hi! im planning to get a decent looper for solo/experimental bass playing, the problem is that everyone i finded or readed in the net dont quit explain the functionin and recording method. i live in uruguay so here i cant try anything out, but im going in some weeks to the USA and im planning to go gear shopping. ok, back to the question: i have a Korg AX1-B which has a "looper" option (actually HOLD). if you are not familiar with this unit ill say how it works, and since i think is the perfect looping method, you can help me find a looper with the same method of working. when setting up the effect you choose a number from 1 to 21, which is the loop time, so the looping time is already pre-set. it has an expresion pedal, which can also be pressed down for engaging the recording. when the rec is off, the hold works like a delay, being the expresion pedal the vol that goes into the delay (so if the expression is in 0 the delay is off) when the rec is on, the hold works as the looper, being the expression pedal the vol that goes in the looper. so this way i play a loop with exp engaged and fully on, it automatically starts to repeat each 1-21 time, and then i put the exp pedal fully of (not disengagin it) and start to play over the loop. when i disengage the exp pedal, the loop starts to fade out. my question is: is there a PRO (or decent) looper that works like this? the AX1B is good, but it has only like 2 seconds to loop!! and the quality isnt THAT good also. thancks a lot for ANY input!