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DigiTech® proudly introduces the affordable Amp Modeling /Multi-Effects Processor with a built-in expression pedal. The new RP300 combines the tones of 12 of the best in vintage and modern Amps with 26 fully programmable, studio quality effects (up to 11 at once). The built-in expression pedal can be assigned to control your choice of parameters in real time. The dedicated amp A-B switch lets you switch between 2 different amp models in each preset. Each amp channel has independent gain, EQ and level controls for truly custom tailored applications. Each effect includes up to 5 adjustable parameters providing the flexibility to create the exact sound you're looking for. The Rhythm Trainer is a great tool for improving your timing with your choice of 30 different patterns with adjustable tempo and volume level. A chromatic tuner lets you quickly check or tune your instrument to one of 4 different tuning references. The RP300 also includes DigiTech®’s Learn-A-Lick™ feature which samples a phrase from your favorite tape or CD, and slows the playback to 1/4 of the original speed without changing pitch, allowing you to learn solos note for note.

The RP300 comes ready to use with 40 great Factory Presets, and includes 40 User Presets for custom creations. The rear panel features a single 1/4” input, 1/4” left and right outputs, 1/8” stereo headphone output for late night rehearsal, and an 1/8” stereo Jam-A-Long™/Learn-A-Lick™ input.

Specifications:
Currently none available.

MSRP: N/A
Retail: $66.50
Image: N/A
URL: DigiTech
Updated: August 27, 2003

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 » Review posted by lukybob on Friday, Sep. 12, 2003 @ 9:53 AM
General Comments:
A great little practice amp. You have to recognize it for what it is. You're not going to gig with it. For me, it's good for practice without bothering the neighbors. It sounds better in the house than my larger Peavey Bandit turned way down.

What do you especially like about this product?
I've had it for several years now, and practice with it about 4-5 times per week. It has been very reliable. It has a good range of sounds, between the clean and lead channels, utilizing the equalization knobs.

What do you dislike about this product?
It would be nice to have reverb, but not a really big dislike because it's only practice.

Recommended: Yes

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 » Review posted by DejectedType on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2003 @ 5:45 PM
General Comments:
Great amp, with the best clean tones i've ever heard. Sold for 699 but retailed at 1200. Distortion sounds like a EVH's Peavy 5150 or a Marshall with medium gains. Crank it up and its like AC/DC is in your living room.

What do you especially like about this product?
Comes with a foot pedal. Versitile like nothing i've ever seen. No gimmicks like on some fenders i was considering (super overdrive buttons and such). Plug in some pedals of your own and it takes on a whole new life. With 100w of pleasure, there's no shortage of power in giging situations. Great home or gig amp.

What do you dislike about this product?
Hard to read the little dimple on the knobs.. thats about it..

Recommended: Yes

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