I'm reaching a point where I feel that to get better, I need to hear my self play at a time other than in the moment. So, I've come to a point where I need to be able to record my self. I don't own a computer, and don't plan to buy one soon, so DAWs and things of that nature will be of no use to me. It needs to be something that recording and playback will be simple, and though I don't have a computer now I will have one eventually, so something that has some kind of expandable memory would be good. That way if I choose to I can import recordings in a DAW to explore ideas. I'm posting this in effects because my thoughts turn to looper pedals. I'm planning under the assumption that there is some kind of pedal that with a memory expansion will have unlimited banks, and in the hopes that there is something with a simple but robust interface so that finding things that I recorded in the past will be easy, or at least not user unfriendly. However, if my assumption is wrong, I am welcome to suggestions of self contained recording devices. I remember seeing ads for ZOOM things that had 1/4" inputs and stereo mic's a few years ago, so if the market has supported and improved that type of thing, feedback on such devices would be good. My preference would be something that I can keep in my signal chain so that it's easy to play back things through different gear if I ever have such inclination. Thank you in advance for all suggestions and feedback.