#1
i dont have any pedals and i am greatly considering this one because it has tons of effects for a pretty cheap price.


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#2
if you are going to get an rp. step up to the rp200, i had good experiences with mine, plus you get the expression pedal, for wah and whammy type effects
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#3
what amp are u using? what music do u play? and what's ur budget?:
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#4
buy all the cheap stuff you can, even if you don't like it initially, it'll give you something to play with for a while, and you can always use it for something down the road.
#5
i like the rp300, i think $50 more than the rp200. much better.
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what amp are u using? what music do u play? and what's ur budget?:



i just started playing a few months ago right now im playing some A7x, RHCP, Sum 41, ACDC

and i have a small 15 wt fender practice amp and a epiphone sg310

i dont want to spend more than 100 on a pedal right now.
#7
oh man, don't do it, you won't be happy with it at all, you have to pay good money for a good multi-effects processor, you're probably better off with single pedals. Get a wah pedal if you have the money.
#8
I used to have the RP80, and I thought it was a great introduction to effects and distortion settings. I'd suggest it as a stepping stone. Something that's relatively inexpensive to learn on and experiment with. Don't expect great quality sound though.
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#9
you'd almost be better off picking up a micro cube amp for $125.
has 8 effects and pretty good tone.

u could eventually pick up a switch box and switch between the fender for cleans( RHCP)
and the cube for gain, AC/DC ect.

ideally tho, ur probably best off saving the $225 for the cube 30. then u wont need to upgrade the amp for a long time.

the Digitech will sound pretty bad thru the fender 15. it's already a pretty digitl sound, then thru a low gain amp it's going to buzz like a sack of bees.

if u have to get a pedal to tide u over, start out with a $35 Boss, DS1. u can get some gain from it. and ull still be able to save for the amp upgrade.
Jenneh

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