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DigiTech RP200A Modeling Guitar Processor

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The DigiTech RP200A Modeling Guitar Processor combines the tones of 12 vintage and modern amps with 26 fully programmable, studio-quality effects (up...Click To Read More About This Product

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A rockin' amp-modeling pedal with a killer drum machine, expression pedal, and artist presets.

The DigiTech RP200A Modeling Guitar Processor combines the tones of 12 vintage and modern amps with 26 fully programmable, studio-quality effects (up to 11 at once). The built-in expression pedal can be assigned to control your choice of parameters in real time. Each effect includes up to 3 adjustable parameters providing the flexibility to create the exact sound you're looking for. The 6-character alphanumeric display and 3-knob matrix-based user interface provide simple, straightforward editing functions. The built-in Rhythm Trainer in the RP200A is a great tool for improving your timing with your choice of different patterns, tempo, and adjustable volume level. A chromatic tuner lets you quickly check or tune your instrument to one of 4 different tuning references.

The DigiTech RP200A modeling processor comes ready to use with 40 great artist presets including Dan Donegan of Disturbed, Mike Einziger of Incubus, and Chad Kroeger of Nickelback as well as 40 user presets for custom creations. The rear panel features a single 1/4" input, a 1/4" TRS stereo output, 1/8" stereo headphone output for late night rehearsal, and 1/8" stereo Jam-A-Long input.

FEATURES
  • 12 vintage and modern amps
  • 26 fully programmable effects (up to 11 at once)
  • Built-in assignable expression pedal
  • 3 adjustable parameters per effect
  • 6 character alphanumeric display
  • 3-knob matrix-based user interface
  • Rhythm Trainer with full controls
  • Chromatic tuner
  • 40 artist presets
  • 40 user presets
  • 1/4" input
  • 1/4" TRS stereo output
  • 1/8" stereo headphone output
  • 1/8" stereo Jam-A-Long input

This one processor will get more out of your guitar than you ever thought possible. Order today and get WITH it!

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4.3

(based on 171 reviews)

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great pedal

I've had this pedal for about 3 years, and it's great, the fact that I can have 11 effects(maybe 12, I'm not absolutely certain)at the same time lets you create your...Read complete review

I've had this pedal for about 3 years, and it's great, the fact that I can have 11 effects(maybe 12, I'm not absolutely certain)at the same time lets you create your own signature sound or imitate legendary effects. The expression pedal really comes in, and you can use it for virtually everything, wah, volume control, gain, whammy, and so much more. If I had the money I would've got a GNX model, but this is still good and a really great value for 150 bucks. A couple of drawbacks: it's hard to bypass, since you have to press two buttons at the same time, I create a separate "bypass" effect for that case so I won't have to worry about accuracy during a gig. The tuner is crap and a pain in the ass, I would just get a separate tuner. Finally, my friend complains about convinience since it doesn't have a battery compartment, I'm not a battery fan and would rather trade convinience than to risk having a dead battery during a gig. Bottom line: great pedal for the worth, good for beginners and professionals alike!

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Not the best pedal

I've had this pedal for a couple years now, but I don't use it for anything other than messing around with. There are a lot of features, but most of them have a...Read complete review

I've had this pedal for a couple years now, but I don't use it for anything other than messing around with. There are a lot of features, but most of them have a horrible quality. It sounds like cheesy sci-fi movie effects. This pedal also isn't very durable. The button for switching modes broke on my pedal, and I had to take the pedal apart to fix it. My friend with the the same pedal had a similar problem. It also occasionally shells out and stops working when I'm using it. I don't recommend this pedal, and I would never think of using it for a gig because of the bad sound quality and its lack of reliability.

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5.0

great pedal

By Kev-mo2xT

from New York, NY

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I've had this pedal for about 3 years, and it's great, the fact that I can have 11 effects(maybe 12, I'm not absolutely certain)at the same time lets you create your own signature sound or imitate legendary effects. The expression pedal really comes in, and you can use it for virtually everything, wah, volume control, gain, whammy, and so much more. If I had the money I would've got a GNX model, but this is still good and a really great value for 150 bucks. A couple of drawbacks: it's hard to bypass, since you have to press two buttons at the same time, I create a separate "bypass" effect for that case so I won't have to worry about accuracy during a gig. The tuner is crap and a pain in the ass, I would just get a separate tuner. Finally, my friend complains about convinience since it doesn't have a battery compartment, I'm not a battery fan and would rather trade convinience than to risk having a dead battery during a gig. Bottom line: great pedal for the worth, good for beginners and professionals alike!

 
4.0

Worth the money

By soundnut

from Iowa

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I've been actively gigging in a bar band, probably 40 dates a year, for the last two years with this pedal. It's not the best pedal you can buy, but it's certainly not bad either. As far as complaints that the sounds suck, most of the factory presets aren't that useful. But if you take the time to overwrite them with new patches of your own design, you'll be rewarded with some very useful sounds. It really does have nearly every effect imaginable, and I find it very easy to program and use. Every parameter is easily tweaked, you just have to get in there & do it.As far as the build quality, there are a couple of issues. First, the quality of the jacks aren't that hot. More annoying is the switches to step through the presets. On the bottom of the blue footswitches are rubber pads that depress the internal microswitch. In time, these compress and lose contact with the switch. Fortunately, it's an easy fix. Remove the bottom plate and the circuit board and pull the rubber plugs out. Add a dab of thick glue, like epoxy, to the end of the rubber pad and reinsert it into the plastic holder. Just be sure you don't insert it quite as far as before, and it will work fine. I've had the switches stop working during a gig because of the pads, and that's very irritating. Luckily, I use two of these units with an A/B switch between, so I was able to muddle through.Otherwise, the build quality is quite rugged. The housing is a heavy cast-metal design that should stand up to years of use.If Digitech would fix the issue with the rubber pads and use better jacks, it would deserve a much higher rating.

 
5.0

the best for the price

By Nick

from nj

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i love this pedal. you can do anything you want and you can even make your own distortions and effects. it is all digital and th built in guitar tuner is a big help too. in time you learn to do alot with it

 
5.0

great

By Mookiestinks

from Covington, LA

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i own one. i have no problems and it is great.

 
5.0

Excellent Guitar Processor

By Perfect

from Sacramento, California

This thing is awsome. I am very pleased with the effects and everything inside of it. This thing just Rockz!!!

 
4.0

Good but limited

By Ryan-_dtZy

from Providence

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This pedal is a good bargain for the money. It was nice when i first started playing guitar as an introduction to different sounds and effects. But as I gained more experience it just started to feel limited to what it could do, and I wanted some new sounds at my disposal. This is however a good product. The tuner isn't that great but there's some cool stuff you can still do with it.

 
4.0

Rp200 is a good multieffects

By Satriani Is God

from In a place in a far away land

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The Rp200 is a great multieffects unit. A few problems with it, though. 1: wah settings suck and are hard to tweak to find a good Satriani setting, 2: you can't turn off the wah without completely changing the current setting you are using (which brings me to point) 3: if you change settings with the foot pedal, you will not hit the next one in line. and finally 4: you can't get that World War 3 has just started in my music room distortion sound. Other than that, it's a go.

 
5.0

Pretty Good

By gtr24

from Oklahoma

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This board is pretty good. The presets that are included on the board are decent. I like the drum machine feature wich allows you to practice to a beat, which I found helpfull. It's pretty easy to make your own sounds on the board and the 11 different alertations to the effects at the same time is a niffty feature. Overall I think the RP200a is a good deal for the money.

 
2.0

digitech

By KAKendrick37

from Springfield mo

if you want a good effect pedal do not buy this. You will save yourself money and have better qaulity sounds if you buy different single effects instead. at first i thought it was cool and had a good sound but that was before i played on a single effect. i would not recommend this to ANYONE!

 
4.0

Great pedal....but the tuner quit!

By gtowngeetardude

from Garnett, KS

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This is an awesome effects pedal!! But the tuner on mine went CRAZY! So I called customer service and they are gonna send me a new one! My fav. part of the pedal is prolly the amp. models!! Those rock!!!! anyway if you buy this, be sure to get the gold coverage just incase something happens like what happend to mine

 
5.0

everything and then some...

By Sean-YXVjn

from Waterboro, ME

there's really no problem with this that I've found. Sounds sweet on my Peavy and Behringer amps but they are both solid states. This thing has every sound you could possibly want already pre-set into the thing! As far as wear and tear, I've only had it for about 4 monthes and I use it at least every other day if not all the time!

 
5.0

Good bang for the buck

By erniesturn

from New York, NY

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I have the RP200A and love it. the sounds are excellent but will sound different depending on which amp you run it through (your amp should be set "flat" with little or no gain for best sound). Also sounds great thru headphones and i use mine to record directly to cubase thru my tascam DAW. I think it shines best at 2 things...direct recording which gets unbelievable sounds and live music where the floor/pedal functions are great (volume, wah, tuner,effects, etc). The drum machine is good but has some drawbacks...can't start/stop it by feet power and if you switch channels then the drums stutter and you loose the beat. For the price can't beat the volume/wah/tuner/effects. Its worth it as a volume pedal alone. i dropped mine from a great height on to the concrete sidewalk which dented the metal housing and it still works fine. Lower number channels are programmable which is great; higher numbers are write-protected so you can't erase the preset sounds. Program it so your useful sounds are right next to each other, then you can switch easily from rhythm to lead sounds during a gig, for example.

 
3.0

Review

By B1OIL_dBj

from Milville, NJ

This product has awsome effects, but sometimes they seem overblown. I also found that it (in my case) it breaks more often then it plays.

 
4.0

Great sounds.. bad plugs

By Iloveschecter

from Iraq

Just got this in 2 days ago, had a chance to run through the artist sounds and they were great. The only problem was when I plugged it into a different transformer (with the correct voltage ect) (220 to 110) the 9v AC adaptor caught on fire! Literaly! Ordered a new 9V, but since I'm in Iraq I have to wait at least another 2 to 3 weeks before I can play with it again.

 
5.0

Effects

By MichaelLauden2

from west palm beach, FL

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When i opened the rp200a, i imediatley hooked it up to the line in to my amp thinking since its an amp modeler so i dont need it through the input, but it sounded flat so i put it throught the input, and things started shaping up. With my amp on clean, the pedal came to life. The presets are pretty cool, and if you like one alot, you can tweak it and save it as your own, and you can arrange the presets in any order you wish. The Wah on it though, which i was looking forward too, is terrible. It splits the signal making weird noises, with minimal wah. but everything else is awesome, and you can goto digitech.com and get presets to make you sound like someone else, ala zakk wylde or randy rhoads. its cool, and the drum machine is good for backing but not proffesional. Overall Awesome.

 
5.0

this just has so many effects.

By chris arbuckle

from indianapolis,IN

all together its just an aswome processor at a great price and i would reccomend it to my friends anytime! u get any type of sound u need! i mean im in a band (d2d detour to destruction) and we play a lot of metallica and yngwie malmsteen and it really makes u sound like them its amazing!

 
4.0

Good Pedal....

By Enmity36

from Atlanta, GA

I bought this pedal when it first came out. I coudlnt put it down for days and overall it is a good pedal that comes with plenty of effects. I've used it playing with others and by myself. a great addition to any musicans collection.

 
5.0

Not bad for the price

By Blhcnh

from Greenfield, IN

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I would not suggest getting the whammy pedal for 50 bucks more(stick with the RP80), but overall the sound isn't too bad. It isn't the greatest in the world, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder!

 
5.0

Good Value

By chimptriscuit

from st. louis missouri

This product is great for messing around with the sounds and stuff. I haven't played live yet with it. I have trouble though with switching between effects still. It has quality effects on it. though nothing beats the real deal. For beginners this is a great deal. but for me, this being my fifth year playing, i need to move on.

 
2.0

If you feel like wasting money...

By Turbo-eR2B6

from Somonauk IL

I got this effects gadget a few years ago and I will admit playing around in my room with it wasn't bad, but the first time I brought it to band practice I realized how hard it is to use. With no memory for quick access to your favorites it makes switching to a different effect in the middle of a song hard to impossible, if your playing with distortion and are wanting to go for a lighter sound and that effect isn't next on the list your boned. Sure you can just program it so that it's there but thats a pain. I would recommend just looking into indevidual pedals... much better quality.

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