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An affordable modeling and multi-effects processor — with expression pedal!
The Digitech RP200 Modeling Guitar Processor combines the tones of twelve vintage and modern amps with 28 fully programmable, studio-quality effects and an expression pedal that lets you control them in real time. Up to 12 effects can be used at once, and each effect includes up to 3 adjustable parameters. A 6-character alphanumeric display and 3 know-matrix based user interfaces make editing simple and straightforward. The RP 200 comes ready to use with 40 great factory presets, and includes 40 presets for custom creations. Digitech also includes a rhythm trainer, chromatic tuner, and has a Jam-a-Long jack with the RP200 Modeling Guitar Processor. 24-bit A/D-D/A sound quality. Includes power supply.
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Reviewed by 25 customers
This item has a selection and variety of effects for its price. You won't find many multi-effects processors that sound this good, for this kind of price.
The one thing wrong with this is you can't disengage the wah when it is turned on. Other than that, the features and effects are pretty good, though the auto ya is kind of cheesy. Overall, I gave it a 7 because it wouldn't be very good for live performance if you need to change effects alot.
The DigiTech RP200 is great for any sound, from metal riffs, to jazzy leads. It makes any old BOSS effect look like an Ibanez tube screamer (if you know what I mean).
Everything on this one rocks, except for the wah. It could be better.
I've had a very bad experience with my RP200. The first problem I had was right when I opened the box. There were absolutely no instructions or manuals included, and it being my first time using a digital effects processor, made the process extremely difficult. Even if you have experience with processors, the RP200 isn't easy to manage. Another gripe I have is that I wanted to be able to select one single default effect, like just Phaser for example. But this can't be done! If you want just a phaser you have to program it. It's very annoying and tedious. My other MAJOR concern is that within 1 week the tuner was completely dead for no apparent reason. It was like I had a tone deaf tuner. So, I ended up scrapping the pedal by selling it to a friend, only to find out a few weeks later half the effects randomly quit working. The RP200 is not worth it.
The first day I got it, it sounded ok. A week later, the device broke. Considering it was not under warranty and couldn't take it back to get it fixed, I opened up the device to see what the problem was. Something was rattling inside of it like a screw. Before saying what I found inside, let me say this... the pedal attached to this is junk! The effects were the only things I was semi-satisfied with. Now to tell you what I found inside, one of the chips inside CAME OFF! A piece which wasn't sodered on right. Also, the pedal pickup (under the pedal) is off alignment... therfore not detecting the movement of the pedal creating a rough and scratchy tone. I do not recommend Digitech at all - if you do buy a product by Digitech make sure it is under warranty.I recommend Boss products because of the quality!
Simple, easy to follow instructions. Allows user to adjust and save effects. Has numerous drum samples that are also adjustable, which are great to play songs to as well as solo with. I love it so far.
This was my first effects pedal and it's a pretty good one. If you want the best sounds though, you should definitely go with the GNX3, or singles.
I love the RP200. It does exactly what I want. I can change the effects quickly and change the sound to fit, what I want it to sound like. When I'm practicing, I can have a drum beat playing at the same time! For the price you can't beat it.
It worked great at first, but after a year of constant use, one of the footswitches stoped working - while we were in the middle of a gig! But despite that one problem, I bought another. It does the job, and doesn't take up space on a stage.