The snap is more functional than the simplest loop pedals, but nothing for those who are experienced runners. Quite ok for those who want to start running at home on the house and want to be able to save your creations to an internal memory. Do not use for live performances or the like.
+ Two pedals are smoother than one. Record / play on one and stop at others.
+ Up to two tracks simultaneously. More fun than one. However, far too little if you want to create loop music more seriously and require maximum control / function.
+ Stylish, stylish
+ Built-in metronome / trumbeats that you can easily launch your own tempo to
+ Up to 100 storage spaces. Perfect for recording and saving music on-the-fly.
+ Volume control for both tracks and metronome / trumbeat.
+ Can be connected to computer to add / remove items.
- Very complicated to switch between the two tracks while playing / loops. Building a "verse" and then switching to a "chorus" is just to be forgotten.
- Take a while to learn all "commands"
- Sometimes hangs for me so that I have to restart it (break the electricity supply). Maybe just my unit but it feels really great when you are in the middle of something.
- Has some totally useless functions / effects that take a lot of space / are in focus in marketing and on the pedal. E.g. "bend down" and "lo-fi". It is audio filter that reminds you of edgy neo-cyberpunk B movies from the 90s. At best, you laugh because it's so bad.