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DigiTech BP50 Bass Floor Modeling Pedal  

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    An amazingly easy price for 11 amp models, 20 effects, and drums!

    The affordable, quality DigiTech BP50 Bass Floor Modeling Pedal will expand your bass horizons. It provides an extensive range of basic sounds via 11 award-winning amp models. Next it adds 20 of the hottest bass effects (up to 8 at once) to warp your sound into new creative zones. Added to this are 5 stompbox models, fretless simulation, cab modeling, and an expression pedal input for volume, wah, and whammy. Then to make practice more fun and effective, this DigiTech pedal adds 30 drum patterns with variable tempo.

    24-bit A/D/A converters deliver clean, clear, full sound with accuracy between inputs and outputs. 40 factory/40 user presets give you plenty of realtime control. A 13-LED wide-range tuner with easy-reading display makes precise tuning a breeze. The pedals are separated to prevent accidental stomps. The DigiTech BP50 is one fantastic tool for both practice and gigs.

    Features

    • Real amp modeling instead of just distortions and EQ variations
    • AudioDNA DSP super chip
    • 11 award-winning amp models
    • 20 effects include compression, cab modeling, 3-band EQ, noise gate, auto swell, chorus flanger, phaser, vibrato, octavider, envelope filter, detuner, pitch shifter, 3 delays, and 6 reverbs
    • Wah, volume, and whammy via optional expression pedal
    • 5 stompbox models
    • Built-in drum machine with 30 patterns and variable tempo so you never have to jam alone
    • 24-bit A/D/A converters
    • Easy-to-read display
    • 40 factory/40 user presets
    • Pedals separated to prevent accidents
    • Stare light cover
    • Stereo output doubles as a headphone jack
    • Expression pedal input

    It's a super-affordable, simple, great-sounding bass box loaded with all the stuff you can ever use. Order today.

     
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    4.6

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    Not Great for Old Guys......

    Let's put this review in context right from the start: I just turned 50, and have been playing since I was 13. This particular product was purchased because at the time, the only...Read complete review

    Let's put this review in context right from the start: I just turned 50, and have been playing since I was 13. This particular product was purchased because at the time, the only bass I had was an old Sears & Roebuck (yeah, do you believe that?) jazz bass knockoff, and the pickups didn't have very good sustain, and the compression really stunk (stank?). This unit really helped with both. However, to use it as a foot pedal is difficult, especially if you're a bigfoot with size 13's like me. I had to put it on top of my amp (a 1974 Peavey Musician --told ya' I've been around for awhile....) and hand slap it to use the bypass or switch the effects.After buying an Ibanez with Bartolini active pickups, I decided that the pedal wasn't needed anymore.HOWEVER, just recently, I've been playing rhythm guitar, and this pedal has two features that can be useful: it has a voicing called "funky," that if used with a strat in the neck pickup, sounds just like the wah in "Shaft." Also, the other voicing that could be useful is the "Octapie," which doubles the note an octave below. If you use a guitar on the octapie to play bass lines, it's like having the bass and a guitar on overdrive doubling lines (think Cream playing "Sunshine of Your Love). This feature could be used to thicken up your sound when you're playing in a combo that has no guitar--i.e., keyboards, bass and drums.Would I buy it again? Hey, I'm a grouchy old guy who doesn't really have much use for effects like chorus, flange, or fuzz on bass. Buy it if you have an inferior bass or need to juice up your pickups, but I would recommend you use the money as a down payment for a bass with active pickups.

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    wanker pedal

    I bought this to practice through headphones.The distorted settings on this are just that, totallydistorted. Sounds ok through an amp. The drum machine sounds very very digitized. You cant change the drum machine...Read complete review

    I bought this to practice through headphones.The distorted settings on this are just that, totallydistorted. Sounds ok through an amp. The drum machine sounds very very digitized. You cant change the drum machine volume without effecting the effects volume. very low output through the headphones, which is why I purchased to begin with.oh well this one goes back.

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    5.0

    Like most Digitech pedals...

    By Snarling Dogs Fan

    from Chicago,IL

    Wanted that unit for home recording mostly and it's OK.40 presets which are very similar to me(I use only 2),around 30 drum patterns for practice and small wah-wah pedal which I don't use anyway and there you have it-bp80 for 79 bucks.It's excellent product for the money as they say.If you want something fancier that go to the ATM.Like any other Digitech you have to plug and unplug directly from the wall outlet-no power button and the box is plastic.

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    5.0

    Great Unit

    By Wes Barber

    from Houston, TX

    I bought this with the intention of using it only as a practice tool since I did not have a bass amp and because I usually practice at times when the kids are sleeping. I had no intention of using this for live situations or even for recording. I was pleasently surprised to find that it works great for both recording and direct to PA. Our bass amp went out so I had to use this as a backup...it's not my backup anymore, it is all that I use. I use this with an active-pickup equipped 5 string Ibanez for live use and I can get any sound I want. My band is also working on recording an album. We have always had a hard time recording bass but this solved everything! We're getting the best bass sounds ever, recording direct. A mic'd bass cab is always better but this does the job without all the hassel. I thought this was just a practice tool but it can be so much more if you just try it. The drum patterns are cheesy but there are some great beats and it's great for practice, to help get the groove for different rhythms. I wish it had a better tuner (trouble with the 'B' String) and I wish the amp models were set up a little different as far as the gain stages go. And the unit is made with a plastic casing which seems a little cheap but for the price it's not bad. Perhaps in the future I'll check out the upper level Digitech stuff but for now this fits the bill.

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    5.0

    ESSENTIAL TO MY SOUND!

    By RUSH/YESFANATIC1994

    from Winder, Georgia

    I've always admired the sound of bassists like Geddy Lee and Chris Squire, and I've always wanted a bit of that crunchy, clangy mojo for myself, armed with only a Squier VM Jazz (incredible bass, though) with a BadassII, and a GK Backline 110 70 watt-er. I had come close with just these two, but something was missing: THIS PEDAL! I had had the thing since Christmas of 08, but not really used it much. I figured why not, plugged it up, and after about 30 minutes of fine tuning, I landed on effect 46, and took it from there. I crafted a sound that is highly reminiscent of the lords of prog rock that I so admire, without sacrificing my own sound. It is a nice hybrid of punchy, lightly distortion coated treble bite, and distinct, clear, uppercut-to-your-stomach bass/lows. It's all thanks to the pedal. The treble boost and noise gate of my favorite effect on there (again #46) is the final ingredient to my sound. Now if I could just find the adapter....

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    5.0

    its a keeper

    my friend has some thing that looks like this for his guitar and it sounds cool so i thought id get one for bass so i did. this thing rocks. you can get some really cool sounds out of it and the drum thing is nice. it can be a hassle for live shows but i use it anyway, since i only play for 30 people at church. the drum thing is great for practicing for new bass players and it shows up for practice, unlike a real drummer. overall a great pedal. great price, good quality, and good amount of features on it. good buy for almost any bass player.

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    5.0

    honest review of this pedal

    By JCfender

    from u dont need to know, USA

    i love most of the effects on this pedal it has tons of features it has distortion, chorus (which i personally love), flanger, wah(s), compression and much more. the distortion is about 3.5 out of 5 because the plain distortion on it isnt very great its average the best it does have much of an attack, its great if you like with a ton of flange (which is one of the effects on it) it has awesome flange, chorus, reverb, phaser, and swell effects, i really like the wah type effects and compression is pretty good had it for about a year and still working fine if something happened to it or someone stole it i wouldn't hesitate on buying another one overall this is a really good pedal i hope this review has been helpful in i recommend it for anyone especially if this is your first pedal

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    5.0

    A good effect pedal for anyone

    By Kuz

    from walla walla, washington

    I bought this to further expand my playing sound and it worked awesome! Plenty of effect to play around with plus a metronome,and drums. I actually used the drums on this thing to write songs with my old band since we didn't have a drummer and it worked just fine. I havn't had any problems with it since i bought it, except if it gets to cold it kinda "freaks out". But let it warm up abit and its all good. This will give you alot of new things to explore and play with for along time. Plus its handy if you don't have a drummer or band. Just something to sit down and jam with by yourself exploring new ideas.

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    4.0

    Not Great for Old Guys......

    By Tubatoothpaste

    from Central Illinois

    Let's put this review in context right from the start: I just turned 50, and have been playing since I was 13. This particular product was purchased because at the time, the only bass I had was an old Sears & Roebuck (yeah, do you believe that?) jazz bass knockoff, and the pickups didn't have very good sustain, and the compression really stunk (stank?). This unit really helped with both. However, to use it as a foot pedal is difficult, especially if you're a bigfoot with size 13's like me. I had to put it on top of my amp (a 1974 Peavey Musician --told ya' I've been around for awhile....) and hand slap it to use the bypass or switch the effects.After buying an Ibanez with Bartolini active pickups, I decided that the pedal wasn't needed anymore.HOWEVER, just recently, I've been playing rhythm guitar, and this pedal has two features that can be useful: it has a voicing called "funky," that if used with a strat in the neck pickup, sounds just like the wah in "Shaft." Also, the other voicing that could be useful is the "Octapie," which doubles the note an octave below. If you use a guitar on the octapie to play bass lines, it's like having the bass and a guitar on overdrive doubling lines (think Cream playing "Sunshine of Your Love). This feature could be used to thicken up your sound when you're playing in a combo that has no guitar--i.e., keyboards, bass and drums.Would I buy it again? Hey, I'm a grouchy old guy who doesn't really have much use for effects like chorus, flange, or fuzz on bass. Buy it if you have an inferior bass or need to juice up your pickups, but I would recommend you use the money as a down payment for a bass with active pickups.

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    5.0

    Pretty sweet..i guess

    By The_thuderous_bass_of_zeign

    from Northern Illinois

    I never really had any problems with this effect pedal. I enjoy alot of the effects on it. The phaser is awesome....buuutttt. I could not find a wah effect I actually liked and the distortion was...ummm crappy to say the least. All in all if you are looking for sweet effects for solos (that dont include wah) this is one of the best I've seen. I do advise you to save up and get a bigger model of it tho. This one kind of lacks features.I play alot of funk/metal so if you are in that genre I'd sort of recommend it.

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    5.0

    Tight system

    By bassballa

    from medford OR

    This product rocked the house down. I love the drum machine which lets me practice solos and stuff. And I like how you can customize then store your effects. Overall this product is great for any musician.

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    5.0

    The BP-50 is awesome!!

    By Shadow-z-Z1I

    from Bryan, Tx

    I bought this pedal just a week ago and already the BP-50 has proved to be one awesome floor modeling pedal for an affordable price. I love the phaser and synth effects. I'll admit some of the effects do sound similar but when you customize them it's worth it. I recommend this pedal to anyone who loves making awesome bass sounds.

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