DigiTech celebrates its 25th anniversary by introducing the RP1000, which they present as "the first multi-effects processor with an integrated effects switching system."
In 1984 DigiTech started with the introduction of the PDS series of digital delay pedals. In 1991, DigiTech introduced the RP-1,a guitar multi-effects processor. Now, 25 years later, DigiTech continues its tradition with the introduction of the RP1000.
The RP1000 uses stompboxes and amps as the core of their tone, and it is designed to allow them to add new effects and switching ability from the RP1000.
The RP1000 has a U.S. MSRP of $699.95.
Visit www.digitech.com for more info.
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