DigiTech GSP2101 Artist
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DigiTech GSP2101 Artist

GSP2101 Artist, Multi-Effects for Electric Guitar from DigiTech in the GSP series.

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MGR/Anonymous 06/30/2001

DigiTech GSP2101 Artist : MGR/Anonymous's user review

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I was looking for a tubemidi swichable preamp and did not have the money for a Mesa Boogie Triaxis. I got it at Reliable Music in Charlotte, N.C. and paid $875 for it new. After trying three different ADA preamps [all of which had factory defects] I decided to go with the 2101.

Ignoring the factory presets you can get a good crunchy tone ( yet not quite as raunchy as the Mesa Boogie). It has almost any digital effect you can dream up and if you mess around with it long enough you can get any sound you want without having to go buy more stuff.

You NEED the instruction manual. Life without it would be a frustrating hell. And it takes a LOT of screwing around with it to get what you want. It is infinitely adjustable.

It all steel and built like a tank. If you stick it in a rack you have no worries. I've had mine about six years with no problems. All of the delicate stuff is on the face so if you don't drop it face first, it's good to go.

It's a good unit for midi switching between different sounds and effects. And it's reliable and sturdy.

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