Electro-Harmonix Wants You To Play With Yourself, Ships New 22500 Stereo Looper

electro_harmonix_22500_looper_dual_stereo_1430712000000_1143934Electro-Harmonix is now shipping the 22500 Dual Stereo Looper, introduced at the 2015 NAMM Show.

The 22500 records high quality,
non-compressed audio direct to a removable SDHC card (4 to 32 GB). Each card holds up to 100 individual loops.

Includes an 8 GB card
for up to 13 hours of total recording time.

Here’s EHX founder Mike Matthews introducing the new looper:


  • Dual Stereo Loops with either independent or locked loop lengths.
  • Series Looping mode enables verse/chorus switching.
  • Parallel Looping mode allows simultaneous playback of two loops.
  • Selectable Microphone input with Phantom Power.
  • Reverse and Octave functions at the touch of a button.
  • Undo-Redo your last overdub or recording.
  • Overdub with adjustable feedback amount.
  • Quantize or non-quantize (free-running) modes.
  • Rhythm Guide with built-in Drum Loops.
  • USB Port enables backup/restore to PC or MAC.
  • Programmable third Footswitch for Stop or Tap-Tempo.
  • Optional external Bank-Up/Down Foot Controller (sold separately).
  • Standard 9.6VDC 200mA power supply included.

The Electro-Harmonix 22500 Dual Stereo Looper is available now, with a street price of about US $275.

12 thoughts on “Electro-Harmonix Wants You To Play With Yourself, Ships New 22500 Stereo Looper

    1. Martelli : Mozart wouldn’t do this today.

      Shorofsky: Do what?

      Martelli : This bowing business.

      Martelli : He’d plug his keyboard into an amp and he’d have string quartets coming out of his fingers.

      Shorofsky: And who would play all these science-fiction symphonies?

      Martelli : He would.

      Shorofsky: All by himself?

      Martelli : He’d overdub and mix, of course. He wouldn’t make the same old noise.

      Shorofsky: Noise?

      Martelli : He’d sound electric. He’d have spacier strings and horns and computerized bassoons.

      Shorofsky: One man is not an orchestra.

      Martelli : Who needs orchestras? You can do it all with a keyboard, an amp and enough power.

      Shorofsky: You’re going to play all by yourself?

      Martelli : You don’t need anybody else.

      Shorofsky: That’s not music, Martelli. That’s masturbation.

  1. Now if it had a way to sync with other gear, if not with midi then at least with audio click.
    But apparently it doesn’t. This is a big oversight with almost all loopers on the market.

    1. Nice features but not really for integration into a studio. You need some type of sync… Most of the loopers are really geared for live solo use.

      Gibson Echoplex – for example – not only syncs to Midi clock, it will also generate Midi clock so you can sync your stuff to it as well. Fun piece of it is. 🙂

  2. I have a ditto x2 for guitar stuff and a Roland RC-505 for insane looping madness. This looks cool but not necessary.

  3. Sounds like a gimped version of the Infinity or Boomerang. No MIDI? Not sure why EHX needed to release this. Nice to see the undo function – wish my 45000 had that, but other than that, I’m very happy with my 45000.

  4. Funny that in today’s day and age, with the progression of electronic music, Electro Harmonix hasn’t figured out MIDI sync. It sucked on the 2880, and the only improvement I can see with MiDi syncing on this pedal is that they decided not to include their half-assed implementation.

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