I recently watched one of Juan Aldrete's vids (pedalsandeffects.com for those of you who are totally missing out) and in it I could hear his bass playing and I was watching both of his hands tweaking one of his pedals while he was talking. For a second I was like... uhhh... is someone else playing bass while he tweaks the knobs? Now, I am admittedly a little slow lately because of a lack of sleep, but it all came together when he said something like "Using a looper is a great way to try out different settings on your pedals." I had one of those, "Why the hell didn't I think of that?" moments and raced home to try it. WOW! What a time saver and a FANTASTIC way to set up your pedal board! I feel like a frikkin' idiot for not having thought of this before. I looped a few sample phrases through my Boomerang, made sure the levels matched my bass, and dialed in all of my pedals in a matter of a few minutes. It was WAAAAY better than playing, tweaking, playing, tweaking, playing, tweaking... After I was done, I stopped the looper, did a few final checks, made a couple of minor tweaks, and I was done. Anyway... for those of you with loopers that are slow like me... I highly recommend doing this for a "quick and easy" tweak session.