Pigtronix Infinity 3 review

Grown-up looper with a broad feature set

Pigtronix Infinity 3 review
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Guitar World Verdict

Infinity 3 is intuitive, looks great and is simple to use, yet has enough complexity to appeal to experienced players alike. Easy to recommend.


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    Thoughtful layout and design

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    MIDI sync

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    Easy to use


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    No undo/redo without additional pedal

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It could be argued that looper pedals tend to fall into two camps. There are either loads of features, effects or otherwise or none at all other than the basic record, play and overdub capabilities. Take the TC Ditto, for example, with its single footswitch and lone volume control simplicity, and contrast that with the higher-end Boss RC-600, which has enough lights, switches and controls to make even experienced players break out in cold sweats. Pigtronix, however, believes there should be a middle ground where functionality and ease of use can co-exist. 

Its flagship Infinity 3 achieves a nice balance of offering plenty in the way of features and functionality but keeps things user-friendly by laying it out in an accessible, thoughtful way. The clean, uncluttered design of Infinity 3, with one-button-per-function operation and nothing in the way of menu diving, makes it easy to pick and play without requiring a full read of the manual first, yet it’s capable of some interesting things, especially when you start adding MIDI sync into the mix.

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Chris Corfield

Chris Corfield is a journalist with over 12 years of experience writing for some of the music world's biggest brands including Orange Amplification, MusicRadar, Guitar World, Total Guitar and Dawsons Music. Chris loves getting nerdy about everything from guitar gear and synths, to microphones and music production hardware.