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DigiTech BP355 Bass Multi-Effects Pedal 

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Powerful AudioDNA2 processing for bassists!

The DigiTech BP355 bass multi-effects pedal gives bassists more sounds, effects, flexibility, and control whether you're practicing alone, rehearsing, recording, or gigging. Most bass players don't ask for much in the way of effects, but DigiTech has gone to great lengths to ensure that they will find everything they're looking for and more in the new BP355.

Powered by the AudioDNA2 processor, the BP355 features advanced modeling of 20 amps, 17 different cabinets, and more than 70 different effects. Although the durable die-cast metal chassis of the BP355 is made for the stage, it's the perfect tool for virtually every bass player to perfect their playing. The BP355 has an additional input for your MP3 player, 60 different CD-quality drum patterns, and a 20-second looper players can use to jam, practice, or play along with. It also has a built-in tuner and expression pedal and includes the power supply.

Using the USB port on the BP355, bass players can stream audio to their computer and customize their presets. There are 70 pre-programmed factory presets with 70 more user preset spaces available.

FEATURES
  • 140 presets (70 factory, 70 user)
  • 20 amp/13 cabinet models
  • 72 effects
  • 20-second looper
  • 60 high-quality drum patterns
  • Separate 1/4" left and right outputs
  • Amp/mixer switch
  • Built-in chromatic tuner
  • Built-in expression pedal
  • Power supply included

Step into a world of tones that will take your creativity to new heights. Order the BP355 now!

SPECIFICATIONS

BP355 Bass Multi-Effects Pedal

  • A/D Converter: 24-bit high performance audio
    D/A Converter: 24-bit high performance audio
    Sampling Frequency: 44.1kHz throughout
    DSP Section: Audio DNA2 DSP Processor
    Preset Memory: 70 User / 70 Factory Presets
    Analog Input Connections
    Guitar input: 1/4" Unbalanced (TS)
    Impedance: 500k Ohms
    Analog Output Connections
    Left/Right Outputs 1/4" Unbalanced (TS):
    Impedance: 500 Ohms per side
    Maximum Output level: +10dBu
    Headphone Outputs 1/8"
    Output Power: 13.6mW per channel @50 Ohms
    Power Supply: Included 9VDC PS200R Power Supply
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DigiTechBP355 Bass Multi-Effects Pedal
 
4.6

(based on 18 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (11)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (6)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good selection of effects (9)
  • Compact (7)
  • Excellent sound quality (7)
  • Versatile (5)

Cons

  • Difficult to use (5)

Best Uses

  • Performances (7)
  • Home studio (6)
  • Amateur recording (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (7), Professional musician (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

BP355 Bass Multi-Effects

For those wanting to upgrade or side grade to a single unit this product can't be beat for the price and features. A solid metal enclosure and large LED with a properly angled face...Read complete review

For those wanting to upgrade or side grade to a single unit this product can't be beat for the price and features. A solid metal enclosure and large LED with a properly angled face is easy on the eyes for stage use. Adjustable tuning reference and easy access to the tuner is a plus. An option to set the sensitivity of the foot pedal in addition to parameters was also a selling point for me. The factory sound set is quite good and and is a great starting point of the potential tones waiting to be tweaked. I tried several bass guitars [active and passive pickups] thru this box with no tone coloration or weird EQ issues. The effect mix control has a wide range and is precise. The software makes backups quick and easily done. Low end bass guitars will benefit a lot from the preamp section to get a monster tone. The only cons I found are there is no on/off switch and they could have offered a few less distortions and a few more EQ options with a sweepable range. Overall I am very pleased with this product and highly recommend it to all fellow bassists.
everything one could ask for
built like a tank
superb price point

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

It's What I Expected It To Be, But Not Mch More

I had the old Digitech BP200 series pedal, and that recently, after over a decade a loyal unwavering service, finally died on me. Having a benefit concert coming up in October, and...Read complete review

I had the old Digitech BP200 series pedal, and that recently, after over a decade a loyal unwavering service, finally died on me. Having a benefit concert coming up in October, and missing my signature "sound" that I ran my Peavy Grind-6 through to give me a smokey mournful tone, I purchased the BP355, thinking that it had to be as good, if not better, than the BP200. I have mixed emotions on it.
While it certainly is more versatile as far as the complex outputs go (a pair of stereo line-outs for your amp, a pair of stereo mic out to the mixer, and a USB for the 'puter), and the distortion stomp box option is good for when you might want to give your tone a little "bite" (or not) to me was a pleasant add.
I was disappointed in the library of sounds. On the BP200, you had 80 channels (40 you could edit, 40 non-editable presets). This pedal you had 75, and a lot of them sounded a lot alike sans a setting or two. On the BP200, you had a more vast array of presets (both editable and non-editable) that took advantage of the different effects and settings.
On the BP200, you could contour the EQ using by tweaking the Lo's, Mid's, and Hi's to cater to your particular sound. On the BR355, it seems you have 4 predetermined settings, and I haven't figured out if they're editable or not, but I'm not jumping up and down for joy over them.
The expression/wah can be tricky. If you're not careful and are trying to give yourself some dynamics, be careful or your sudden quieting could turn into a sudden wah-wah nightmare. It was so much better on the BP200 when you had to engage the wah setting when editing to make the expression pedal the wah pedal.

Bottom line, if you've used Digitech's BP series modeling pedals in the past, you'll probably like this one. I'm just not really impressed with the 'upgrades' from the older series I had.

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(22 of 22 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Digitech BP355 Review

By sandmann

from California

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Comments about DigiTech BP355 Bass Multi-Effects Pedal:

This thing is insane for the price. I can get any sound that I want out of this multi effect pedal and it doesn't matter what style of music I'm playing, it has it all at a price that fit the pocket. You can pay more for a Boss, but you still get the same effect as the Digitech. I got this a few days ago. I spent a few hours playing with the presets and phrase looper, followed by a day of testing it through my amp.(Peavey Firebass 700) I was pleased, This product is fantastic. It is worth every penny. Not a single thing wrong with it!, everything you'll ever need and a whole lot more, Built like a tank.

(18 of 18 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

BP355 Bass Multi-Effects

By Michael Davis

from west virginia

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Comments about DigiTech BP355 Bass Multi-Effects Pedal:

For those wanting to upgrade or side grade to a single unit this product can't be beat for the price and features. A solid metal enclosure and large LED with a properly angled face is easy on the eyes for stage use. Adjustable tuning reference and easy access to the tuner is a plus. An option to set the sensitivity of the foot pedal in addition to parameters was also a selling point for me. The factory sound set is quite good and and is a great starting point of the potential tones waiting to be tweaked. I tried several bass guitars [active and passive pickups] thru this box with no tone coloration or weird EQ issues. The effect mix control has a wide range and is precise. The software makes backups quick and easily done. Low end bass guitars will benefit a lot from the preamp section to get a monster tone. The only cons I found are there is no on/off switch and they could have offered a few less distortions and a few more EQ options with a sweepable range. Overall I am very pleased with this product and highly recommend it to all fellow bassists.
everything one could ask for
built like a tank
superb price point

(10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Built like a tank!

By The Old Bass Dude

from New York Area

Comments about DigiTech BP355 Bass Multi-Effects Pedal:

I got this pedal last week after deciding to spice up my sound. The first thing I noticed was how solid (heavy) this thing is.... feels like you could dance on it without an issue. Next came playing with the settings.... I have no idea how many possible combinations can be produced with all these choices but I'm having a ball trying them out..... found it relatively easy to lean the basics on this pedal and have already set a few of my own 'sounds' on it. The big test will be this weekend as it will be at it's first gig Friday night..... BTW: The tuner is a sweet touch too.

(9 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

my new rig!

By Moe-IEpXB

from SoMD

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Comments about DigiTech BP355 Bass Multi-Effects Pedal:

the only thing i would change is the built in tuner. its a little hard to read sometimes and slow on responding to picking up notes. other than that its 99.9% the best pedal i've ever used.
this thing is awesome. i'm in a cover band that plays all over MD, DC, VA, WVA, and DE every weekend and i usually use 2 EBMM stingray 5's and a SWR Redhead with sennheiser in-ears on stage. i got this bad boy, made a handfull of presets, (my favorite is the B-15 head and Ampeg 810 cab) with some compression and a noisegate and i dont even bring my Redhead out anymore. i go direct to the board with this pedal now and use my In-ears. my soundguy absolutely loves it. said this little fella sounds great out front. all the effects, overdrives, reverbs, ect are very true sounding. im still blown away that this pedal has replaced my expensive Redhead.
BUILT LIKE A ARMORED TANK
i cant believe it only costs as little as it does.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Digitech BP355 bass Pedal

Comments about DigiTech BP355 Bass Multi-Effects Pedal:

Really happy with the pedal. If you're looking for a pedal that functions well with a big bang for the buck, you cant go wrong with this one.
Plenty of classic cab simulations, nice sounds library, built in looper
Pretty good build quality with nice pedal action.
For the features included, it cant be beat. The inclusion of the Cubase software is nice.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Perfect for a simple bass player

Comments about DigiTech BP355 Bass Multi-Effects Pedal:

It really is a cool effects processor. I wanted something simple so I suppose maybe I went a little over the top. But compared to the boss pedals this is priced pretty darn low. There more sounds than I'll EVER need. Comes with recording software and an ac adapter. I like the looper too. I'm sure there's a lot I don't know about it yet but so far so good.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

BP 355

By Bass in the Face

from Boynton Beach FL

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Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Compact Design
  • Excellent Sound Quality
  • Good Selection Of Effects
  • Versatile

Cons

  • Can~'~~t Link Effects

Best Uses

  • Performances
  • Professional Recording

Comments about DigiTech BP355 Bass Multi-Effects Pedal:

I have had this unit for about 1 month now it has some usefull effects and is very clean and quiet.It is definitely worth the money.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great tones!

By Powerman

from California

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Comments about DigiTech BP355 Bass Multi-Effects Pedal:

Heard this in store.One word...Amazing! Why run pedals when you can get it all in one tiny box with XLR outs. Access additional tones through the expression pedal. This thing sounds hi-fi and very studio! Modeling is here to stay!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good pedal- needs better manual

By Debzdoodle

from Wake Forest, NC

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Pros

  • Compact Design
  • Excellent Sound Quality
  • Good Selection Of Effects
  • Strong Build
  • Versatile

Cons

  • Difficult To Use
  • Poor instructions

Best Uses

  • Home Studio
  • Performances
  • Professional Recording

Comments about DigiTech BP355 Bass Multi-Effects Pedal:

Well built item that has some very good sounds. All in one digital pedals never sound quite as good as analogue pedals but this one is very good for the money. The manual is not easy to understand. I spent a few hours getting very frustrated because I couldn't get out of an edit program till I realized which buttons I needed to press to get out of it. I couldn't find it in the manual and had to try every configuration to escape. Things like that cause me to dislike equipment and stop using it but I have continued to try things and now I have a good handle on how to get it to do what I want. The effects are very good and so are the amps. The cable could be longer but no biggie. Headphone output is a bit low regardless of which phones I use but this is something I can deal with. Overall excellent value for money and this will come in very handy for different projects.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

It's What I Expected It To Be, But Not Mch More

By Six String Bass Player

from Jackson, MI

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Pros

  • Compact Design

Cons

  • Limited Selection Of Effects

Best Uses

    Comments about DigiTech BP355 Bass Multi-Effects Pedal:

    I had the old Digitech BP200 series pedal, and that recently, after over a decade a loyal unwavering service, finally died on me. Having a benefit concert coming up in October, and missing my signature "sound" that I ran my Peavy Grind-6 through to give me a smokey mournful tone, I purchased the BP355, thinking that it had to be as good, if not better, than the BP200. I have mixed emotions on it.
    While it certainly is more versatile as far as the complex outputs go (a pair of stereo line-outs for your amp, a pair of stereo mic out to the mixer, and a USB for the 'puter), and the distortion stomp box option is good for when you might want to give your tone a little "bite" (or not) to me was a pleasant add.
    I was disappointed in the library of sounds. On the BP200, you had 80 channels (40 you could edit, 40 non-editable presets). This pedal you had 75, and a lot of them sounded a lot alike sans a setting or two. On the BP200, you had a more vast array of presets (both editable and non-editable) that took advantage of the different effects and settings.
    On the BP200, you could contour the EQ using by tweaking the Lo's, Mid's, and Hi's to cater to your particular sound. On the BR355, it seems you have 4 predetermined settings, and I haven't figured out if they're editable or not, but I'm not jumping up and down for joy over them.
    The expression/wah can be tricky. If you're not careful and are trying to give yourself some dynamics, be careful or your sudden quieting could turn into a sudden wah-wah nightmare. It was so much better on the BP200 when you had to engage the wah setting when editing to make the expression pedal the wah pedal.

    Bottom line, if you've used Digitech's BP series modeling pedals in the past, you'll probably like this one. I'm just not really impressed with the 'upgrades' from the older series I had.

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