#2
I found very few of the effects good on the RP300. The distortions were a write off, the wah/phaser was so so and the noise gate was too harsh.
#3
I don't care for them.
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#4
Plus you couldn't re-arrange the order of the effects, so if you wanted to jump from delay to wah you'd have to keep tapping the pedal until you got to it. You couldn't assign them differently.

Very unversatile really
#5
i have the 200A and i found it quite stupid in some of the effects. and you can change the order..... but the sound sucks accept for some mods....i like the Angus mode alot...
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#6
Quote by anewhope
Plus you couldn't re-arrange the order of the effects, so if you wanted to jump from delay to wah you'd have to keep tapping the pedal until you got to it. You couldn't assign them differently.

Very unversatile really


you can re arrange them what are you talking about?
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#7
Quote by mw7
you can re arrange them what are you talking about?


I had an RP300 a few years ago and I couldn't.
#8
Quote by anewhope
I had an RP300 a few years ago and I couldn't.


Maybe you didn't know how to.

I used to use my friends RP80 and it let you re arrange the effects, same with my RP100 that I own.
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