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DigicTech RP350

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Nightmare  
17 Mar 2009 06:22 | Quote
Joined: 27 Jun 2008
Lebanon
Karma: 6
I always wanted a good pedal and a good amp aswell but i think im gonna get a pedal first, so i thought maybe digitech rp350. Is it worth paying $500 for?

Features:
30 Tone and 30 Effects Libraries
140 presets (70 factory, 70 user)
25 Amps / 18 Cabinets
73 Effects
2 Acoustic guitar emulators
Cubase® LE4 recording software
Up to 5 seconds of delay time
24-bit 44.1kHz sample rate
60 High quality drum patterns
2 x 2 USB audio streaming
USB editing via DigiTech X-Edit™
Independent ¼" Left and Right Outputs
Independent Balanced XLR Left and Right Outputs
Amp / Mixer switch to engage speaker cabinet model
Stereo 1/8" headphone output
Stereo 1/8” Aux Input
Learn-A-Lick™ Phrase Trainer
Built-in chromatic tuner
Durable die-cast chassis
Built-in expression pedal
Power supply included

what's "2 Acoustic guitar emulators" and "Learn-A-Lick Phrase Trainer "?
deefa  
17 Mar 2009 07:37 | Quote
Joined: 22 Dec 2007
United Kingdom
Karma: 8
The acoustic guitar emulators do exactly what their title suggests. They process the sound of your electric guitar to make it sound like an acoustic (two different types). Learn a lick allows you to feed in a particular guitar phrase (about ten seconds worth), slow it down to about 50% of its normal speed so you can listen to it more easily.
I have the same functions on my Digitech GNX3.
Nightmare  
17 Mar 2009 08:32 | Quote
Joined: 27 Jun 2008
Lebanon
Karma: 6
Does it really makes the sound like an acoustic? GNX3 is awesome.
deefa  
17 Mar 2009 10:05 | Quote
Joined: 22 Dec 2007
United Kingdom
Karma: 8
As close as makes no difference. The GNX3 has a couple of pretty good bass emulators as well.The only problem with those is a very slight delay between playing the note and its response. The acoustic guitar emulator doesn't seem to have that problem though. All in all, digitech do some pretty good pieces of kit for guitars. I'd say they're on a par with Boss (Roland).
BodomBeachTerror  
17 Mar 2009 10:39 | Quote
Joined: 27 May 2008
Canada
Lessons: 2
Licks: 1
Karma: 25
with all the different amps, cabinets, and distortions, these things are really hard to get the tone you want. yes you have many options, but unless you really know what amp/cab you want its really hard to make it sound right, that was my experience with RP's anyway
deefa  
17 Mar 2009 10:41 | Quote
Joined: 22 Dec 2007
United Kingdom
Karma: 8
True enough, but it's fun finding out!
mattmurray  
17 Mar 2009 18:20 | Quote
Joined: 18 Sep 2007
United States
Karma: 5
What countries' dollar are you going by? USD That pedal should only be $200 or less... The digitech rp1000, their top multi-effects processor is about $500. I bought the rp500, basically the same thing as the 350 only with a few more effects on it. The rp series is awesome you wont regret buying it... unless you pay $500USD for it by accident.
bull_dog998  
22 Mar 2009 16:34 | Quote
Joined: 22 Mar 2009
United States
Karma
i have a RP100 FOR ABOUT 3 YEARS NOW AND I LOVE IT LOOKING TO UP GRADE ,ITS GETTING OLD BUT STILL PUSHES EFFECTS GREAT I HAD TO GET MY 2 CENTS IN, SO HELLO TO EVERY ONE I,AM NEW TO YOUR SITE,
Nightmare  
23 Mar 2009 16:47 | Quote
Joined: 27 Jun 2008
Lebanon
Karma: 6
'mattmurray lol im talking USD, it doesn't cost exactly $500 its about $450 something like that in a crappy country called lebanon.

'BodomBeachTerror well ya maybe but do u get the exact same tone?
future_god_of_the_axe  
25 Mar 2009 16:55 | Quote
Joined: 29 Nov 2008
United States
Lessons: 2
Karma: 4
thats wierd, i was just about to buy the digitech rp250. how is that one for classic rock and a little metal here and there?
Nightmare  
26 Mar 2009 14:41 | Quote
Joined: 27 Jun 2008
Lebanon
Karma: 6
ya rp250 is really good too, i was gonna get it at first but changed my mind to rp350. here check it out http://www.digitech.com/products/Multi-Effects/RP250.php


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