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DigiTech RP100A Artist Modeling Guitar Processor
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The DigiTech RP100A Artist Modeling Guitar Processor combines the versatility of a roomful of vintage and modern amps with full-featured, studio-qual...Read More
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The DigiTech RP100A Artist Modeling Guitar Processor combines the versatility of a roomful of vintage and modern amps with full-featured, studio-quality effects. With 26 programmable effects to choose from and up to 12 available at once, the RP100A offers endless possibilities. Each effect includes up to 3 adjustable parameters. The built-in Rhythm Trainer plays sampled drum beats in an infinite loop and allows you to change patterns, tempo, and volume level. The DigiTech RP100A comes with 40 ready-to-use factory presets, all of which can be adjusted and stored as user presets. 40 artist presets have been added, including preset sounds of such notables as Dan Donegan, Mike Einziger, and Chad Kroeger. Other features of the DigiTech RP100A Modeling Guitar Processor include 24-bit A/D/A, a simple user interface, chromatic tuner, stereo output, and an expression pedal input.
Everything for beginners in one small pedal.
- 26 programmable effects
- 12 effects available at once
- 3 adjustable parameters per effect
- Rhythm Trainer
- 40 factory presets
- 40 user presets
- 40 artist presets including Dan Donegan from Disturbed, Mike Einziger from Incubus, and Chad Kroeger from Nickleback
- Chromatic tuner
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Reviewed by 93 customers
I use this unit through the effects loop of my Marshall DSL. I have all the distortion, amp sims, compressor and eq turned off and use it purely as a clean multi-effects processor and tuner. Obviously I get my distortion from the Marshall amp. In this context it sounds great, the effects are really high quality and the unit is portable, reliable and affordable. My main use for it is the delay for solos and chorus on the clean tone. I use the reverb occasionally but I normally prefer the Marshall spring reverb as well. Regardless, when you factor in the price and footprint of a delay, a chorus and a tuner, this is a much better deal.Besides, I also have a patch with the amp sims on so if anything happens with my tube amp I can go straight into the PA and finish the gig so there is no more need to carry a backup amp, the tone is not as good but it gets the job done and make life a lot easier.So I definitely recommend for professionals as a clean multi-fx that can also double as a emergency backup rig.One more thing: if you want to use this through the loop MAKE SURE your loop works with instrument level effects. Line-level loops will not work.
i've had this pedal for about 2 or 3 years now, i have never had any problems with it at all and it has suplied everything i've needed for composing and performing. all i can say is really take the time to learn how to use it so you can unleash its full potencial. all the effects you'll ever need and the equalizer and amp settings help you get some great overdrives.
I have had this pedal for a little over 3 years now and I was pleased when I first got it but now as I get better, the sound I want is better. And this doesn't get me there. It is great for the value. And one of the down sides of this pedal is that there isn't any good distortion effects on it. Other wise the other sounds are OK. I would recomend this as a first peadal to some one but if you'r looking for a rock sound, DO NOT GET THIS
This thing is really bad. Save your money and buy dedicated effects. Multi-effects pedals are awful, at least the Digitech ones are no matter the price. Amp modeling is heresy and should be banned. Please stay away from this thing and all multi-effects devices at all costs. Bad, bad tone. Ultra lame effects. Useless drum machine. The tuner is OK, I guess. If your new to guitar effects do yourself a favor and just listen to the sound samples of dedicated pedals to get an idea of what they sound like and start building your chain that way. You've been warned.
Absolutely. It was worth every cent. I especially enjoyed the different 'pick-ups' it came with. The Reverb was nice, too, because of all that you can do with it! All the effects it has are easy to change to your liking. Of course, I wish I would have payed more and bought the RP200A because of the built-in expression pedal, and the USB jack for easy recording. So, basically, my overview of this product is buy it, but if you can easily afford it's uptown cousin, the RP200A, go with that instead. Great product for a great price!
I have had this little guy for nearly three years and it has been reliable in every service. It has great effects and is durable for the constant changes I put it through. A worthy buy.
Dont be fooled into buying this! It has many effects, but horrible tone. I bought this when I just started out playing guitar and thought it was great. That was until I learned what good tone really is. If you bypass the effects and just use your amp's clean channel it will drain the tone. If you want good effects dont be cheap!! You will be very sorry.
Great buy, aside from making wacky sounds(that one would want), this thing can also be used for serious tone when recording anything heavy,for rhythm i recorded two James Fukai tones(one in each pan) and then i dubbed a Mac Rizzo tone in mono.
Lots of great built in sounds. Impressive. Nice box to plug in and practice with headphones without using any amp. I used it live for guitar and harmonica. After several years of fairly light use, its power jack died and I had to pitch it. But it was cheap - I'll probably get another one.
I have had trouble with it from day one. I have owned it for several years. It has a mind of its own.It will freeze up. It will stop while you are using it. It will not consistently reset. Don't buy this product. I probably won't buy any product from digitech.