All user reviews for the DigiTech RP155
Fab6901's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Value / unbeatable price"
Yes, with / in, I will not say no ...
The menus and displays put off at first, but got used to it quickly.
Otherwise, everything is easily usable and accessible.
/! some parameters can only be accessed via the logicile x edit on the pc ...
Multiscale simulation: single / double: perfect
Amp modeling: a little messy with distortion but finds happiness
Modeling distortion: TRSE full, very effective ... a little pref for bigm ...
Other effects are great (delay, flanger, chorus ...), only the reverbs are a bit below ... dommahe.
The real plus for me is the USB !!! 2 * 2 channel audio ... In digital, so no hiss or interference ... and excellent latency with ASIO drivers digitech ...
Needed at home computer music.
Never tested live, but in my opinion, with 2 "pedals", should be ca ... or galley must all prepared in advance !!!
For 2 years, I do longer separates.
Much better than the other pod and for a much lower price well ...
Over time, I have taken the top model with expression pedal ...
The USB Audio
cable length SUP
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
SlapKid's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good machine"
The connection is nice, even if the in would not bother ...
Button mixer / amp is more subtle than simply simulate hp guitar is all that is made more dynamic. In any case very useful because not need to reprogram everything.
All very nice metal case and to handle and touch, when the shots tatanne he risks nothing.
Food is good AC9V old, guaranteeing stable operation foolproof. Icing on the cake that has delivered a string of 3 meters! Finally one that understood our worries!
Well, except for abbreviations that are really amps sector galley is intuitive.
Attention to the EQ module is a small smart: turning on the first button changes the overall report (mid boost amp for live use, warm, bright and sp I do not know what it means but it is the most compact / specific ). So start there by adjusting the sound.
There are subtleties, such as overdrive models found in the section amplify with a choice of additional hp.
Lexicon reverbs my eye is platissime and dull but clean and efficient ultimately. The RP150 it was the same.
The delays are addictive as they are good and well spatially with headphones.
There are a lot of juice in the headphone output, I am 40 my master akg k240studio.
The compressor is measurable, there can be subtle but there as exaggeration chouic chouic excessive. Bit noisy and more.
The effects are of course blameless.
The distortion pedal board are amazingly good and realistic and full of punch, a real treat.
I have great difficulty with amps offered on the other hand, like the Digitech RP70 tacked wanting to do too roots and it is not there, it's not quite clear and precise, and rather dull in the together.
My RP150 I liked most on this side because I got this beautiful saturated smoothness to the instrumental 80s (howe, Housholder and others). No way with the 155 and it is very unfortunate.
The clean sounds are also poorer, even topo I prefer smoother but more accurate and especially without those nasty resonances in the midrange.
So I am rather disappointed in the end, and I would have been well advised to keep my RP150 which offered me more opportunities.
The most pleasant saturax are obtained with the overdrive section alone, without the amplifying section.
With that said I have not used the machine via the computer, I'll update if location is (I'm sure the creature has more than one trick up his sleeve)
The sound quality overall is pretty crazy anyway, very clean and space, and even more when you consider the ridiculous price of foo.
Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Live and studio great"
Hp deactivated by a small button on the back
Editable with X software download free edit
stereo outputs (true stereo, unlike the previous review)
in control for an additional pedal
Very simple configuration
manual not very clear and péais
edition sounds simple
Super clear sound
As usual on these devices, there are settings to the factory sounds but you can create your own sounds easily from A to Z
I use it for a year now.
J 'had tried POD, Boss Vox and Zoom
I love its ease of use
The tiny price!
Dimensions, he takes his place on stage beside the computer
Its light weight
Its huge capacity!
Its superb sound!
Lamps on a transistor amp amp like it was an incredible, warm, well-defined, better than the amp alone.
ideal for recording with a microphone.
Ideal for home.
You just take the time to polish up the sound a few minutes
the perfect multi effects studio as live
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
stereo and headphone outputs
Everything is simple
virtually no need for manual tellemen it's easy
All effects are effective and good
Super clear sound, good distos; Lexicon reverb fabulous
Possible to bypass the amp n use the Hp or vice versa
Anything is possible at will on this great multi effects
I use it every day
very easy to adjust
to find better be good most expensive type
excellent value for money. the best!
1 people found this review helpful
YanDid's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Okay for home studio, no to live"
Easy to edit with free soft X-edit
Effects of a level rather nice for the price
I use it for this month used as an external sound card to my PC via USB. (ASIO drivers are provided in the drivers available on the net, the latency is correct)
Effects and simulations suffisantss to the model, this is good, connected to a computer via USB. The factory presets are really means (except the acoustic simulation) but with the X-Edit editor, you get to create presets quite suitable.
I had also bought for a config backup in case something goes wrong on my main concert conf ... and there miscalculation: the pedals are damn wrong, if the foot is supported too leaves the presets to start running full tilt. Unusable in live conditions therefore.
No need to try to connect an external footswitch to control it ... The USB device is for audio only, it does not handle the afternoon.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful
victhebig's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very good small multi purpose!"
50 user patches and 50 factory
- You can mix in patches: pickup simulation, compression, gain pedal, amp and speaker simulation, modulation, equalization, effect type wah wah, delay and reverb finally
The factory settings are 90% rotten.
The machine is capable of much better!
With free software downloadable online "X edit" you can return it to its sauce all user patch.
The effects are of very good quality, clean sometimes it lacks a bit of potato (my mesa boogie told me). The modulation is pretty (reverb, delay, chorus and flanger) with the choice of things more fun and bizarre whammy, octave, swell, rotary. The big plus: Noise Gate!
By connecting two amps on one enjoys the STEREO!
In distortion we can do almost anything and have it all ...
Metal, death metal, blues, punk, crunch, fuzz 70's .... etc.
In the home studio RP155 appears inescapable: no simulation (line6, boss etc.) did comes close! The rhythmic are sharp and clear, the solos are divine.
Used intensively for a week, I finished setting up my 50 user patches.
In fact I can share my settings Contact me by mail!
In short when I thought that digital had nothing for me, this ptite box showed me otherwise.
Otherwise, guys, guitar + amp it's still not bad heheheh
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
Resty's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
very simple and quick
all clear sound effects are excellent, some are trsralistes distortion (and rectified mesa boogie metal box) other less well.
6 months of use; With easy transport, making no head, simple, effective, Algeria and beefy
d in I 2;
2 of 2 people found this review helpful