This is a bit of nothing really, but I'll share it anyway.
I recently bought a Digitech Trio Plus pedal; a device that will make up drum and bass parts for your guitar parts. So what you do is: plug a guitar into it, click the "band" footswitch and play a few chords - a verse part perhaps - then click the band switch again, and it will loop a rhythm section part to match for you. There's also a built in guitar looper so you can strum your chords into it and it will loop them over the drum & bass parts.
So yesterday while familiarising myself with it, I made up a two chord ditty based on minor 9th barre chords, to see what it would come up with. I set the Trio Plus to "jazz" and fiddled around with the styles while it was playing back until I found something I really liked. But instead of looping the same chords over it, I busked a little solo refrain instead, with the following result:
By the way if you've heard the first five seconds, you've heard the lot. It just repeats.
I tried to make something from it by improvising a sparse lead part over it but I couldn't come up with anything I liked. But I rather like the loop, so there it is.
I must say the Trio Plus is so much more fun and useful than a regular looper. Apart from providing a synthetic rhythm section for you, it will get the timing right for you as well. So you don't have to be deadly accurate with the footswitch - you won't end up looping over 12.03 bars like you could with a standard guitar looper; the timing of the rhythm loop it comes up with will always be spot on.