|Boss RC-300||Boss RC-505||Boss RC-30||Strymon Timeline||Electro Harmonix 45000||Boss RC-202||Electro Harmonix 22500|
|(411 Ratings)||(201 Ratings)||(693 Ratings)||(340 Ratings)||(27 Ratings)||(52 Ratings)||(33 Ratings)|
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In this table you can find Loop Stations of the premium segment. These models usually include several switches, inputs and outputs. They also offer a variety of features to encourage creativity when looping - such as various effects.
With the table you can easily compare recording time or memory slots, but you can also check which models have certain inputs and outputs (e.g. XLR microphone input or USB). Below each product we added the relevant links to Amazon and Thomann. In our opinion, the renowned manufacturer Boss is clearly on top and remains unbeaten with its Loop Station RC-300. In our review of the Boss RC-300, we take a closer look at the device and explain why we believe this models to be the best Loop Station currently available.
The Boss RC30 might go as the "little brother" of the Boss RC-300 - an upper midrange model with a good price-performance ratio. This devices holds a heap of complex and thought-out technology, which might already meet the demands of many users. Again, you can find explicit details and all features of this model in our review of the Boss RC30.