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No idea what a ditto2X looper is.
Amplifiers can be noisy and this can be caused by components or the internal circuitry being faulty or just plain old, dry soldered joints, dirty or worn switches, rotary or slider controls, connecting plugs and sockets, microphonic valves.
Hum loops are common and difficult to avoid so research can help and in addition: -
Ensure all unused inputs are grounded.
Keep input leads to the minimum length especially on high impedance sources and inputs.
Match source and input impedance as closely as possible.
Posted on Dec 28, 2016
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