I recently bought this Ammoon looper pedal. For the price, it has a great quality. However, I want to use a footswitch on it.
As you can see on this picture, on the left side (amp side) of the pedal in an input jack for a foot switch. You can supposedly plug in a footswitch and press it to replace the rotating knob, which can allow you to cycle between loops for instance. This is the use case I am looking for: if I'm playing a song that has a variation in theme, I would love to be able to switch between my loop 1 and 2 using foot control (like I'm currently doing using the knob).
I tried three footswitches that I had in store:
- a Bespeco piano sustain pedal,
- an unbranded sustain pedal,
- the footswitch of my Marshall amp (that has two buttons: "channel" and "effect").
None of them worked: when I plug the footswitch, the pedal cycles two loops back. Suppose it is currently playing the recorded loop n°5, well, it will quickly display 5-4-3 and play loop n°3. The same happens when I unplug the footswitch.
I tried looking it up but I can't find anything since Ammoon is not really a huge brand (probably a dropshipping brand, tbh). Does anyone have any input concerning the kind of footswitch that I can use to cycle between loops?