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DigiTech RP80

Multi-Effects for Electric Guitar from DigiTech belonging to the RP series.

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MGR/RubenMGR/Ruben

Digitech RP80

DigiTech RP80Published on 07/11/04 at 15:00
I purchased this unit at Guitar Center. What prompted me to buy it was the affordability of the unit and that I would be getting more for my buck $79.99 plus tax.

Initially, I liked the the description of the unit and what it was able to do. but more importantly I thought the price was fantastic.Ultimately, I like that you can create your own settings and save them on your user settings a total of 40. The drum machine and the tuner are a great option and are very useful.

I disagree with some of the reviews... the presets are not all that great and are somewhat annoying unless they are tweaked. Secondly, the battery option is ok but not really needed since it comes with an AC power...…
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I purchased this unit at Guitar Center. What prompted me to buy it was the affordability of the unit and that I would be getting more for my buck $79.99 plus tax.

Initially, I liked the the description of the unit and what it was able to do. but more importantly I thought the price was fantastic.Ultimately, I like that you can create your own settings and save them on your user settings a total of 40. The drum machine and the tuner are a great option and are very useful.

I disagree with some of the reviews... the presets are not all that great and are somewhat annoying unless they are tweaked. Secondly, the battery option is ok but not really needed since it comes with an AC power cord.

The box is most certainly a little tank and can take a bit of a beating...it is definately built to take a stomping.

There are alot of other things I could mention about the rp80, but the bottom line is the pros definately out way the cons. I discovered that I can get some real nice results from some of the factory presets by tweaking some of my amp settings which I don't normally like to do. But I was able to get close to Tom Shultz, Judas Priest and Van Halen tones just by tweaking those amp settings and that is a plus if you are in a classic rock band like myself.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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MGR/AnonymousMGR/Anonymous

Digitech RP80

DigiTech RP80Published on 02/24/04 at 15:00
I got this wonderful unit at Guitar Center! I payed about $79.99 for this beast. I couldn't resist. I had to choose between the rp50 or this, but for about 20 more washingtons I could get this which came with the Ex. Pedal and a power supply.

I like the price the most! This unit is nice and has good factory settings with good sound no matter what amp it ran through. Plus, you can make your own which is even better. It has nice amp models also. It has a drum machine which is awesome, not best, but awesome. I like how you can have two amps plugged in. It is really easy to switch from effect to effect. Everything is actually easy.

The acoustic is not what I expected, it stinks! It does...…
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I got this wonderful unit at Guitar Center! I payed about $79.99 for this beast. I couldn't resist. I had to choose between the rp50 or this, but for about 20 more washingtons I could get this which came with the Ex. Pedal and a power supply.

I like the price the most! This unit is nice and has good factory settings with good sound no matter what amp it ran through. Plus, you can make your own which is even better. It has nice amp models also. It has a drum machine which is awesome, not best, but awesome. I like how you can have two amps plugged in. It is really easy to switch from effect to effect. Everything is actually easy.

The acoustic is not what I expected, it stinks! It does not have an on/off switch which stinks! Batteries are hard to get in and last only about 5-7, maybe 10 max. Well this item is pretty cheap and you cant expect everything.

How i treat my equipment, this will never break. This is pretty hard plastic and it probably wont break unless there is force used. I dropped it once, not a dent of bad sound in my music, unlike the Zoom effect processor. This is a tank!

This thing is the bomb baby....bomb! I highly highly highly recomend this unit. It is a good sounding, long tasting, tank. I hoped this helped you out. Please get this if you want to treat your guitar like a king.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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bobo777bobo777

Complete, efficient and cheap

DigiTech RP80Published on 12/20/11 at 06:59
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
All effects which may require the guitarist is Submitted: distortion, reverb, flanger, phasing, wah, delay, etc ...

40 presets and the same fixed ditables 40 presets. a stock of 80 combinations of effects then.
And a box of 31 rhythm patterns
tuner function
1jack between 6.35
6.35 2 jacks left and right output, no mono (!)
1 headphone output 3.5.
No in between the
It's all numrique

No MIDI or USB ddi not produce the dpart computing and home studio

UTILIZATION

Config simple, well done manual.

The edition is not as comfortable trs few buttons Grente many paramtres m'enfin used to it and finally when you have 3 or 4 sounds that go well we have not always need...…
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All effects which may require the guitarist is Submitted: distortion, reverb, flanger, phasing, wah, delay, etc ...

40 presets and the same fixed ditables 40 presets. a stock of 80 combinations of effects then.
And a box of 31 rhythm patterns
tuner function
1jack between 6.35
6.35 2 jacks left and right output, no mono (!)
1 headphone output 3.5.
No in between the
It's all numrique

No MIDI or USB ddi not produce the dpart computing and home studio

UTILIZATION

Config simple, well done manual.

The edition is not as comfortable trs few buttons Grente many paramtres m'enfin used to it and finally when you have 3 or 4 sounds that go well we have not always need tweaking.
And if you want more buttons to edit easier, there are other products but it is more expensive (the rp 200 for example).
Curiously there's no effect named distortion but it is made without problem by fiddling or just using the presets.

I go out in mono on one of two outputs (left and right), j'espre not lose its ...

Headphone output, separate output amplifier, very practical for training.

SOUND QUALITY

Extra, bluffing, I can not believe in such a small volume and the price there is such an efficiency.

The sounds are rich, the well distorts the solis rgls kill so they are beautiful, detailed reverb, phasing and transcend your instrument, no hiss or background noise.
I still can not.

I read that has killed the personality of the instrument, but still possible if you put an end ....
Used with an aria strato copy that sounds ferrraille gross, it revalues ​​the instrument. With a real strato (Mexican) will also have ...
Branch of a mixer.

OVERALL OPINION

Used for 1 year and a half.
Before I had a small yellow Boss 9v battery (remember the name so meiux to have everything in a more efficient and more.

And the power supply comes with!

Not tried other multi effects.

This is wrong: the box pace, not the height of the rest of the product, no rhythm three times (last in any case I did not recognize the 1st time ...), measures are not accentus, the pattern 31 is a simple hi-hat beat the black, no crash or break. Does not spoil a good product but I really noticed it a point not often Retailer.

Excellent price quality ratio better than the gt and my boss I think. Trs fun there with the power supply (zoom and boss do not put).
I do it again this election but now there are at the same price rp 200 which is more fun to edit
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-Dexter--Dexter-

DigiTech RP80Published on 02/09/05 at 05:45
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Effects?? but there are standards and trs good quality and more.
This is what I found on a site:

<p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>Digitech Submitted its two new small bombs, containing all the technical specifications (modlisation amp, bote rhythms, tuner, 40 Programs and 40 User Programs factory ..) and the quality of effects of RP50 and BP50, but a weapon of expression pedals supplmentaire allowing Full Control of sound. It is also noted the prsence output left / right and headphone indpendantes.

CHARACTERISTICS:
Modlisations 11 amp (vintage and modern)
20 programmable effects
Bote with 30 rhythm patterns intgre
40 factory presets
40 users
Connections: Stereo...…
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Effects?? but there are standards and trs good quality and more.
This is what I found on a site:

<p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>Digitech Submitted its two new small bombs, containing all the technical specifications (modlisation amp, bote rhythms, tuner, 40 Programs and 40 User Programs factory ..) and the quality of effects of RP50 and BP50, but a weapon of expression pedals supplmentaire allowing Full Control of sound. It is also noted the prsence output left / right and headphone indpendantes.

CHARACTERISTICS:
Modlisations 11 amp (vintage and modern)
20 programmable effects
Bote with 30 rhythm patterns intgre
40 factory presets
40 users
Connections: Stereo between instrument, made ​​for expression pedals (Whammy type, or Wah-Wah or Volume)</span>

I think I have all the rpondu. (My note because it's a shame it is not configurable on a PC, the rest is from a gnial, super prcis chromatic tuner, digital technology ...)

UTILIZATION

It is small trs: benefit or incovenient?
Advantage because it can Emene in all, it is more or less on 17cm 20cm and I thought I saw they sell a cover for this thing.
If you go on vacation is a good idea to take it ...

Inconvnient (s) for those of Shoe 40 or more, get used to the pedal because it is very small. But with practice you get used to ..
To conclude on this point: this is used Emene everywhere is small, has held almost in the bag.

SOUND QUALITY

Then, I put 10 because this contraption hsiter without a good quality of the trs. I GNX2 and comparing I can tell you that the sound is the same (on some points as well on the GNX2 pls is complete). The amp models are of good quality despite trs they do not look like the originals too. For effects, nothing to say it's perfect but the negative point is the expression pedals.
Then the whammy is not bad but for wha wha they still make progress.
You n'conomisez not the price of a pedal whawha. The sound here is trs bland numrique, ugly ...
Finally you have to see but I can t one of this point.
Otherwise in terms of the rest is exellent.

OVERALL OPINION

It's been 5 or 6 months dja I use it. I do not regret my purchase, but not at all.
Especially for those on a budget is the IDAL and + more.
Digitech elsewhere trs make good products and I will surely not change mark for the moment in terms of multi-purpose.
I'm not the boss of a music box or a seller, but I recommend the RP80.
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  • Manufacturer: DigiTech
  • Model: RP80
  • Series: RP
  • Category: Multi-Effects for Electric Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 04/19/2004

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