DigiTech BP80

DigiTech BP80

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BP80, Multi-Effects for Electric Guitar from DigiTech in the BP series.

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DigiTech BP80 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: DigiTech
  • Model: BP80
  • Series: BP
  • Category: Multi-Effects for Electric Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 10/26/2004

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DigiTech BP80 user reviews

Average Score:3.4( 3.4/5 based on 5 reviews )
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kruly's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Quite correct"

DigiTech BP80
50 preset effects available, some of which probably totally unnecessary. Volume pedal and / or modulating effects. Possibilities to program its own effects or EQing.
I like / amp simulators speakers and flangers. Course contains a octaver and other harmonizers. I also like the fact that simulates a fretless bass.
Audio connections, digital technology.


Simple general configuration as that used effects "factory" easy grip.
Not easy to create custom effects, understanding is not intuitive and the possibilities almost endless.
Clear and comprehensive manual, but only in English ...
Be careful not to walk in error on the volume pedal in concert ... (it happened to me!)


Effects quite effective and helpful for the most part, this pedal suits me by its universal character, not wanting to invest in specialized pedals, especially as digital technology allows these things efficiently and cheaper.
The sound is okay and seems not altered in its quality.
I used it in concerts with Fender Precision and Fender Aerodyne Jazz bass amp + Fender Rumble 100 bass and Mark Little Mark tube.


She broke down after 5 years, I replaced with a BP90 in 2010.
I've never used before effect.
I think the value for money for its use is quite correct.

Impirius's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

DigiTech BP80
Several effects are included: wah, amp modeling, compressor, noise gate, Chrous, phaser, flanger, whammy, SynthTalk, 3-band EQ, delay, reverb, etc..
There is also a percussion synthesizer ... Well, it sounds percussion cane. Everything is digital.


You must use the navigation of the pedal, no connection to computer is possible.
When using the expression pedal, it hangs almost certainly the pedals navigation when on stage.
The pedals are too small and navigation together.
The expression pedal is calibrated and oddly sometimes unscrews.
For use in the studio or playing (unless it is a dwarf / if you have small feet / if we move from day to learn and practice to aim the pedals so you can safely use it live)


Several effects are cheesy and not very necessary as some desired effects are absent. The digital is felt in certain effects. The wah realize the serious ugly enough.
A good dose of some effects gives an impressive record. Just the right amount and avoid too pronounced effects that make the sound horribly digitized.


I have the pedal for about 6 months, and I have not toured the possible combinations of effects. I got a few good effects. The presets I have not really liked. This is one of the few pedals that price if you go with something more expensive, the effects are great, but the price disastrous. So for the price, we can satisfy most of our needs change in sound. The competition should exist in the field of multi-effects pedals for bass. It's a pedal after all quite ordinary, but quite useful.

GloubiBoudinBlanc's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

DigiTech BP80
Of distos, of Delays, a wawah, a fretless, octave, chorus, noisegate, a "100 plays accordion in the middle of a storm," and a drum machine! Simulation amp!
I guess its march to electricity: D
Can edit its effect directly after a fairly large pedal.
Jack entered a normal / 2 out Jack Normal / A mini jack output


For editing because it's pretty simple, when it comes to record, hit the wrong button and you lose your effect: /
Manual in English, but very explicit in the code (useful especially for simulation models).
The spring of the pedal is quickly broken ...


I use a bass with cheap, but it can be used for the guitar!
My preference goes to Delay, and has Wawah Fretless Simulator!
The distortions are really bad, we get the same effect with just a rotten Jack!
I do not use the octave then particularly good, but it seems to me correct.
The amp simulations are very good! Noisegate The fact that it has become essential pedalier between my bass and my amp!
A drum machine with 24 very nice pattern which can set the tempo!


I have been using a an.Pour people like me who are not furiex the effect is more than correct, so I do not intend to change! For cons, I think to buy a pedal distortion because the effect on the bottom bracket is not really convincing!
I really love the fretless simulator and Wahwah!
I admit that it is the only one I try before buying, but I would not hesitate to repeat this purchase a second!
Buy € 168.

blink_44's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

DigiTech BP80
What are the effects, types of effects available?
Modeling Amp (11 models around ...), modeler effects (delay, chorus, flanger, distortion, reverb ...), 80 pre-selections.

Are they edited? Via a publisher Mac / PC?
Editable = yes, but never by a Mac or Pc

What is the connection? (Audio / MIDI)
= Audio (Plugs 6.35 ", good old =))


The general configuration is simple?
= Yes my liver, it is anyway a few hours manip front of the handle perfectly ...

The manual is clear and sufficient?
= English, ... but really not rocket science;) and complete

Editing sounds and effects is easy?
= Precise and clear, is yes.


The effects are they effective, responsive and realistic enough?
= On the main attack:

All that is distortion, overdrive, it's pretty average. It's good to toy, but it is not very serious. Some distos are almost unusable.
The flanger, chorus and wah are very good.
The amp simulations are realistic and well worth the equalizer.
Delay and Reverb, nothing to say ...
The transitions between the effects are pretty clean ... What a small "white" is discernible. To my taste, nothing serious

I use it mostly as EQ or amp simulator, to play bass or treble.

Which instruments do you use?
A Pbass Squier on a small Peavey amp 15W or repeats a Hartke 100 Watt


For how long have you been using it?
= It should be at least 4 months ...

Did you try many other models before getting this one?
= A lot? no ... others? yes, (photo)

What thing do you like most/least about it?
- The (+) -

Size, price (only 90 € at our German leader), design (bah what? The pleasure of the eyes is important too =)), the integrated tuner ...
And patterns of batteries.

- The (-) -

It's fine, but does it still do not have too big foot! In any case, sitting, you can easily get triggered effects, but repeated or standing on stage, keep your foot on it, or look before changing the preset!

this is my only regret.

What is your opinion about the value for the price?
= Very good

Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
= I would obviously have preferred to have each effect in alopecia separated, not being a fan of multi-effects. But for the price! It is a big Yes!

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