This is an area that is totally new to me so I'm unsure what is good and what isn't. I thought that if I list the things I'm looking for in a looper, some wise people here might be able to point me in the right direction. Be able to simply loop a phrase so I can quickly noodle over it at home Be able to add drums (even more) to the loop I create for a better overall sound Be able to record and store multiple ideas on the pedal Be able to also record what I improvise over the looped 'backing track' I've created Be able to export the finished product to my laptop via USB, memory card or even Bluetooth Ideally, to do all of this without breaking the bank! Some years ago I bought a Presonus Audiobox to record ideas but frankly I'm a bit lost with it all so I think at my age I need a rather simpler solution where I can effectively record some ideas even if it is a little more stripped down than the Presonus. I'm guessing there's a looper out there that will do all of this without ridiculous expense and it would have the added bonus that I could easily become a simple one-man band. A preliminary look at the market suggests that a Digitech Trio + fits the bill nicely but I may be wrong in that conclusion.