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DigiTech presents the RP1000 Integrated Effects Switching System, the brand's newest addition to their RP multi-effect product line.


According to DigiTech, the RP1000 is more than a multi-effects processor as it features a switchable, external stompbox loop as well as an external amp loop that enables it to easily connect and control external gear.

The RP1000 also features an Amp/Cabinet bypass button that removes the RP1000's internal amplifiers and cabinet effects leaving only the RP1000's internal stompboxes and effects or 200 individual pedalboards.

The RP1000 features over 160 internal stompboxes, effects, amps and cabinets, including the brand's famous Whammy™. The RP1000 is also built for the stage with heavy-duty cast metal chassis and 14 metal plunger switches.

A 20-second phrase looper allows the user to easily record and overdub tracks for one-man band performances, writing and practicing. Control of the full-time phrase looper can be expanded with the optional FS3X foot controller.

MSRP for DigiTech's RP1000 Integrated Effects Switching System starts from $699.95.
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