Review: LEKATO Guitar Looper Pedal

One of the many perks of headless guitars is its portability. The ability to have a portable instrument and rig that can be easily taken anywhere is appealing to many musicians, including myself. So naturally, when Lekato reached out to me and were kind enough to send me their ultra-compact looper pedal, I was very excited to try it out.

As someone who’s often on the go, I’ve had my fair share of experiences with various looper pedals – from the bulky, feature-rich larger models to the more streamlined and simplistic ones. However, the Lekato looper pedal aims to strike a nice balance between functionality and compactness that caught my attention right from the start.

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Overview and First Impressions

Right out of the box I noticed how small it is, fitting comfortably in the palm of my hand. Its design is modern, and the build quality seems robust enough to endure regular travel and use. I should note that I received the version which includes the 9V power supply and USB cable.

Features and Functionality

The pedal features 9 loops with a total recording time of 40 minutes, coupled with 48KHz, 24-bit audio quality, which is sufficient for most musical needs. Notably, it includes a built-in tuner, a convenient addition that adds to its functionality, especially for musicians who prefer an all-in-one device.

USB connectivity is a beneficial feature, allowing for the import and export of loops. This could be particularly useful for those who prepare loops in advance or wish to save and manage their work digitally. The operation of the pedal is managed through a single foot switch.

Sound Quality and Performance

In terms of sound quality, the Lekato looper pedal does not disappoint. The loops I created were crisp and clear, with no noticeable degradation in sound quality, even after multiple overdubs. Using the pedal in a live setting, I found it incredibly user-friendly. The single knob control for loop volume is straightforward, and the LED display provides clear visual feedback, which is essential on a dimly lit stage.

Conclusion

While the Lekato looper pedal is not equipped with some of the more advanced features found in larger and more expensive models, it compensates with its simplicity and compact design. This makes it a viable option for guitarists who require a portable and efficient looper pedal at a competitive price.

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