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DigiTech RPx400 Modeling Floor Processor and USB Interface  

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The DigiTech RPx400 Modeling Guitar Processor and USB Interface is easy to use and to customize. The RPx400 is the first modeling floor processor wit...Click To Read More About This Product

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A floor modeler that's very well connected.

The DigiTech RPx400 Modeling Guitar Processor and USB Interface is easy to use and to customize. The RPx400 is the first modeling floor processor with 2-way computer connectivity via USB, plus connections for vocals (XLR with mic preamp), other instruments, and monitoring. And to make it as useful onstage as in the studio, it has XLR speaker-compensated outs for running to your PA along with 1/4" outputs for connecting to your amp. Learn-A-Lick function and Jam-A-Long jack make it a great practice tool.

Digitech's RPX400 is also a heck of a floor modeler: 40 new artist presets, 12 popular amp models, 6 cab models with 4 mic placement choices, humbucker or single-coil modeling, 26 programmable effects, 3-band EQ, 40/40 user and factory presets, built-in drum machine with 30 patterns, amp channel switching, chromatic tuner, 3 wide-spaced footswitches, expression pedal, 24-bit A/D/A conversion, and a rugged metal chassis. Killer. Includes Cakewalk multitrack recording and CD-burning software and power supply.

FEATURES
  • 2-way computer connectivity via USB
  • Connections for vocals (XLR with mic preamp), other instruments, and monitoring
  • Lets you re-amp dry recorded tracks back through the RPx400s modeling and effects
  • XLR speaker-compensated outs for running to your PA along with 1/4" outputs for connecting to your amp
  • Learn-A-Lick function and Jam-A-Long jack make it a great practice tool
  • 40 new artist presets
  • 12 popular amp models
  • 6 cab models
  • 4 mic placement choices
  • Humbucker or single-coil modeling
  • 26 programmable effects (11 at a time)
  • 3-band EQ
  • 40/40 user and factory presets
  • Built-in drum machine with 30 patterns
  • Amp channel switching
  • Chromatic tuner
  • 3 wide-spaced foot switches
  • Expression pedal
  • 24-bit A/D/A conversion
  • Rugged metal chassis

You'll use it for practicing, recording, and gigging, and considering its features, the price is really right. Order today.

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4.1

(based on 42 reviews)

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Simply Amazing

I have owned the RPx400 for almost a year now. It is simply the best effects processor I have ever owned. As a matter of fact, I run it direct and do not...Read complete review

I have owned the RPx400 for almost a year now. It is simply the best effects processor I have ever owned. As a matter of fact, I run it direct and do not even use an amp. I know this sounds crazy, but it sounds phenomenal without an amp. It cuts down on stage volume. I have played amps by Fender, Mesa Boogie, and Marshall. This thing sounds better than any of them. I have played guitar for fifteen years, ten of them professionally. I have been asked after many gigs about what amp I was using to get such an incredible sound. People are blown away when they find out I am not even using an amp! You cannot go wrong with the RPx400. I play a Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster. Combined with the RPx400, the sound quality can't be beat. Great job Digitech!

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Over rated

I've owned two of these, the first one succumbed to wear conveinently right after the warranty expired, and the one I own right now is at about 75%. The plastic pedals are cheap...Read complete review

I've owned two of these, the first one succumbed to wear conveinently right after the warranty expired, and the one I own right now is at about 75%. The plastic pedals are cheap and don't last. The knobs like to adjust themselves without you touching them. My V-Switch (controls wah, etc) only functions after the unit has been on for about an hour & a half. The recording features/software are very poor, not to even mention the drum machine, although the plethora of inputs/outputs are a great feature. Some more positives, the sounds and effects are great and easily adjustable. There is also a lot of space to save your presets (I've never made more then 10 anyway), and it comes with software that alows you to store them on your computer, freeing up the space again. Still, this is a better fit for the at home player than the touring musician, and it is way overpriced for it's quality.

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5.0

Simply Amazing

By StratLover6655

from Sallisaw, OK

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I have owned the RPx400 for almost a year now. It is simply the best effects processor I have ever owned. As a matter of fact, I run it direct and do not even use an amp. I know this sounds crazy, but it sounds phenomenal without an amp. It cuts down on stage volume. I have played amps by Fender, Mesa Boogie, and Marshall. This thing sounds better than any of them. I have played guitar for fifteen years, ten of them professionally. I have been asked after many gigs about what amp I was using to get such an incredible sound. People are blown away when they find out I am not even using an amp! You cannot go wrong with the RPx400. I play a Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster. Combined with the RPx400, the sound quality can't be beat. Great job Digitech!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Over rated

By ZeroSignal

from Undisclosed

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I've owned two of these, the first one succumbed to wear conveinently right after the warranty expired, and the one I own right now is at about 75%. The plastic pedals are cheap and don't last. The knobs like to adjust themselves without you touching them. My V-Switch (controls wah, etc) only functions after the unit has been on for about an hour & a half. The recording features/software are very poor, not to even mention the drum machine, although the plethora of inputs/outputs are a great feature. Some more positives, the sounds and effects are great and easily adjustable. There is also a lot of space to save your presets (I've never made more then 10 anyway), and it comes with software that alows you to store them on your computer, freeing up the space again. Still, this is a better fit for the at home player than the touring musician, and it is way overpriced for it's quality.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Don't let the price fool you

By Guitar Lover-51c2d

from Chicago & London UK

I must admit that when I first bought this in 2003 that I was really disappointed. Initially I plugged it in reminded me of some of the bad guitar processors of the 90's. I really didn't use it that much until 4/07. (I had an old zoom 9050 that was my main toy for sounds). Anyway it finally died so I dug this out of the closet. The presets SUCK (there is no doubt about that) however once you sit down and spend 30 minutes reading the owners manual you will find a unit that rocks. After 30 minutes of tweaking I have been able to get a very vintage sound. (My former band mate owned one the Isle of White amps that Hendrix actually used) (We won't talk about how he got that) Anyway I have been able to get very close to that sound. Other features like the built in tuner is handy. If you are looking for plug and play stick to stomp boxes. If you want to master a sound well this might be what you are looking for.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Multi Effects Pedal

By DB-Uap4g

from B'Port, IL

The Digitech RPx400 is a great multi effects pedal for any musician. It has 40 artist presets, a metal case to protect it, a built in tuner, over 40 effects, and your own effects that you can customize. All of the effects have a great metal sound so if you are looking to play hard rock or metal this pedal is for you. It also has accoustic modeling, and you can customize all of the effects and sound like any artist you hear on the radio. Overall this pedal is worth the money and will keep you happy for as long as you play. The recording software could have been improved but thats not the pedals problem.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Nice but could be better

By Ron-zJQv6

from Destin, FL

I have been using the DigiTech RPx400 for more than a year now, playing every other weekend. While the learn a lick and jam along features are amazing, the loops could be longer. The LED is impossible to see when playing outdoors in sunny weather, a real problem. The power access is to the left of the box when looking down, and most players are on the right side of the stage looking out, making the connection to power more difficult. The feet on the box have come off way too soon, so I had to rig something...it is too bad the hardware quality does not match the tonal qualities. Finally, it would be nice to be able to delete sounds in the user programable area that you know you won't ever use.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Pleasantly Surprised

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I bought this about a yeat ago and wasn't too happy with it. I wanted too like it, especially since I just spent so much on it, but I still didn't, That is not until I took the time to sit there, and fiddle with the thing until I got it to sound how I wanted it. But once I did, it sounded great, and still does. The only thing about it is you have to know exactly how you want to sound, becasue there's way too many possibilities.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

It's a Toy

By PJ-xW9Hs

from Palm Springs, CA

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Features:Yea lots of cool stuff you can do with it, recording, and you can plug a mic into it and hook it up to a PA. But if you're buying it mainly for guitar tone/high gain sounds, forget it.Quality:Sounds like a toy. The high gain setting sounds like fizzy and fake.Value:Well, I truly regret buying it.Overall:I would not recommend this to anyone. Don't waste your money!! It's a toy.

 
2.0

This is a great pedal...for the first year

By EricM-MSBTY

from Visalia, CA

When I played this pedal, the features were amazing. The pedal completely changed the sound of my Marshall half stack into anything I wanted; with so many effects I felt like Tom Morello. The Wah on the expression pedal was my favorite, but after about a year of owning it, the pedals began to jam up and then the power input was coming loose in the back and I realized this product is horribly constucted. It has amazing software, but the product completely shut down on me about 14 months after buying it.

 
4.0

Pretty versatile, but takes a while to learn

By NinepoundHammer

from Oregon

This pedal is very versatile. I bought it because it was the only thing in the price range that did a little of everything I wanted.The effects are pretty good, little noise and very customizable. But it takes a while to figure out how to get what sounds you want. The drums are not super, and you can only scroll one sound at a time. It's hard to find a specific setting quickly.The recording sounds much better than I expected, but it takes time to learn the program. I had a lot trouble getting my computer and pedal to cooperate but it was worth it.Take a look at all the inputs and outputs! This allows you to do pretty much whatever you can think of.It's a great pedal for anyone who wants to try recording or playing live with the same piece of equipment without shelling out a ton of cash.

 
4.0

Hmm! Great pedal, I think.

By ZU7aJXDgH

from Vancouver, BC, Canada

I personally think this is a great "pedal" for a musician, unless that musician is spoiled with multi-million dollar stuff already laying around his/her home studio. Quite a variety of different pre-sets to use, the capability of making up your own sounds, the recording capability, the ability to use more than just your guitar through this ittem all add up wonderfully, in my view. I also like the size, compact but not too small either. Anyway, that's my little opinion. Thanks.

 
4.0

requires high learning curve

By Bob Ugis

from Dallas, Texas

it has great sound for live performance, however it requires high learning curve for recording, not recommended for novice

 
5.0

Pretty cool toy at not too bad of a price

By DeadManSam

from Sheridan, OR

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I'd say there are better effects processors out there, probably even for the price, but the vocal effects capabilities and recording outfit bump this one up a notch. It's also very versatile, it's great for practice, performance, and recording. What might be the best thing about this is the incredible ease with which you can edit your effects with X-Editor. You can make your own sound from your computer terribly easily!

 
2.0

It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time...

By Zaheer Mohammed

from Miami

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I bought this pedal over a year ago and although I haven't had any 'problems' per se, the sound quality leaves much to be desired. It has no warmth, the EQ has very little effect, and I think the distortion is weak; most of the tones in my Tube Screamer are better. I usually play an Ibanez SZ520 with a JB Model in the bridge through various amps and PA's, and it's still fairly hard to get the amount of gain and quality I want. The effects are average, but the fact that the distortion tones are so pathetic kills makes it totally not worth it. If PC recording is what you want to do, get a USB audio interface and a distortion pedal, it's cheaper and it sounds better. I am considering a PODxt although I might bite the bullet and go tube.

 
5.0

Good and sturdy

By mdann

from Tulsa, OK

The metal chassis makes it very sturdy and not easily broken. Great effects

 
4.0

Buy a gnx3

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I would save up the extra $150.00 and get the GNX-3. This unit was sent back because the tones left a lot to be desired. Don't get me wrong, it does have some good tones in it and would probably work for some, but I prefer higher end tones. Not bad but the price should be less from Digitech. Just save another 150 coin & get the GNX3..or GNX4 which are both awesome units.

 
5.0

Great Processor

By PunkifiedMonkey

from IN

Its pretty good.. i got it and it comes with pro-tracks and its a good recording program. It comes with the usb cable and when you record it sounds very clear and there is several effects and its total customizable. With this processor you can use two amps for outputs or have the mic on a monitor so they really dont need a PA(for smaller gigs). Its every easy to learn how to use it and to customize it.

 
5.0

Best Value

By YamaHammer

from Houston, TX

This is a fantastic pedal. It works straight out of the box. I bought it for a practice and general recording amp/effects. In minutes, I was recording track loops along with the built-in drum machine.I own several types of guitars including a Yamaha RGX612A (active pickups & main axe), PRS, Les Paul, Strat, Ibanez SA, and various acoustics. The preset effects settings sound different with each instrument. Now, me & my 12 year old have to fight over it...I only wish I had this back in the 70's!!!!

 
5.0

An incredible little box!

By rdw64

from Ball Ground,Ga.

Two thumbs way up to Digitech for the RPx400!I am very impressed with the capabilities of this wonderful little effects unit. From the amp models,to the effects,to the recording features.It is an incredible value for the money.It's very easy to use,as the directions are easy to understand.I have only scratched the surface on all the things it can do.I have however created 3 presets already that encompass everything I want to do.If your looking for a system but can't afford one of the more expensive models,this one's for you!

 
4.0

RPX400 great effects for the $

By DrDennis

from Paso Robles, CA

It's intuitive and has fantastic capabilities! The drum samples are a bit lame but useful for timing. User presets have a wide range to satisfy most players. It's just an awesome processor!!

 
5.0

Good Buy

By moreguitar31794

from Tifton, GA

This effect pedal is a real good buy, expecially if you have been in the music scene for a while. I don't recomend the recording for beginner musicians, it's confusing. It has great effects and features for both Lead and Rhythm....overall a very good buy for what it's worth.

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