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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...Click To Read More About This Product
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Everything for beginners in one small pedal.
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.
- 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
If youre a punk rocker....DO NOT get this pedal, this thing has almost every effect except punk style. i would only reccomend this to a very early begginer. as for how many effects it has, sure it has a lot, but if you want something good, i would reccomend you save you save a little more money and get somethin that will give you the sound you want. and a little word of advice, test out what youre buying before you buy it so you dont end up with a piece of junk.
This thing can get almost any sound. I was even able to make an effect almost exact to Hendrix's National Anthem tone. I do have some problems with it though. The tuning at first wasn't bad but then it got wacked out. When you strum a note it just shows random lines no actual notes. The other problem I have is the distortion fades out really quickly, with songs I play that has a long bend, it fades out before it should. But it is worth the money.
i bought this pedal at a store 4 months ago. when i got it the power source didn't work so i had to buy a new one. after 3 weeks the up pedal stopped working. the down pedal nows goes up or down, and occasioanlly stops whenver it feels like it. i would not recommend this pedal to anyone.
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
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.
Great sounding effects. I've had this unit for about a year and I haven't had any trouble with it yet! Best heavy metal sound this side of a full grown Marshall stack! The tuner is a bit cheesy, but it does the job. They are much cheaper now than when I bought mine. Kinda wish I waited a year, but I'm glad I've got it!
this has got to be the worst pedal ive ever used. the effects and distorion are decent if you set them right. i didnt even have it for a month and the up foot switch wouldnt work. Occationally, the unit starts shuffling through all of the presets. I recommend not to waste the money and time for this.
This pedal is great! I bought it a few months ago and it is totally worth it. With 3 parameter controls, the editing possibilities go on and on... These effects are really high quality. The phaser and stutter are fantastic. The drum machine is cool and the tuner is easy-to-use and very accurate. Finaly, it has a tough build.More so than the Rp80. This thing can stand a stage beating. So go ahead and buy, you won't be dissapointed.
This unit has plenty of good models and effects. I bought it to have reverb and distortion in one unit. I play pedal steel through Fender tube amps of all sizes. I got this unit to replace a POD XT that was stolen. I figured I didn't need everything the POD had and so could go with something less expensive. I have used this unit at home and on lots of gigs. It was easy to learn, and I like the fact that it has real knobs for controls. But this unit has one fatal flaw. In switching in and out of preset channels with distortion, I can't have a preset gain and volume. Each time I switch from a clean channel to one with distortion, I have to turn the gain way up and turn the volume way down. It is difficult to find just the right combination for the distortion I want. I can't go through this every time I want to switch channels. I need a unit that allows me to preset the gain and volume. You can have mine. I'm done with it.
when i first pugged this in two of my strings werent going through it so i pressed them hard before i started hearing it. on a couple of presets it gets very loud and makes weird noises. they have too many delays.does it work well with the digitech wa wa pedal?please post