-Livingroom- 12/27/2013

DigiTech RP50 : -Livingroom-'s user review

«  Very good for beginners »

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Audience: Beginners
Digital effects processor (DSP), large size pedal for guitar, editable (however slightly) on the same box, no computer access. dedicated power supply, but to my knowledge a standard 9v can do the trick (or four batteries). a jack in, jack out, and roll youth!


There is not a lot of buttons (two big switch to select the top or bottom) and two others to change the presets, but it is limited in the settings. This is in my opinion, is to discover the different effects on the market and see those we love and those who tell us less (after once again, the effects are sometimes very doubtful, and a pedal does 200euros not sound at all the same way). Attention to the fragility of the whole, in short, again I recommend it for the novice or casual user in the room.

The only downside to this model is the lack of expression pedal, which does not allow to discover the wah and volume effects to my two major senses.

And for use in live, you have to store your presets in the order, which can be downright headache if we change the set every concert.


I find cold and digital effects, however to start again this is perfect. Metalheads can be find their account, and yet it often lacks precision in sound. After the occasion it can be fun to use some effects studio, so some are weird / bad taste.

After all modulation effects, as often in digital are pretty good quality (for the price), but the saturation (especially overdrive and various crunches) go your way.


I do not touch it for a while longer, but it will be 10 years that I have yes. I like the price and the next discovery for the beginner, I do not like his unlisted practice and sound in general. This is the entry-level gear is to be plugged into the same type of gear. Taking this into consideration, then yes it is a good tool.