#2
It's alright, but you might as well just save up for a new amp.
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#3
they are good to see what stomp boxs you might want. good for stratting to play with effects... dont get the rp80... waste of money the pedal doesnt do ****.
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#5
RP80 is better

you'll be using your own custom effects more than the presets and the RP80 has forty spaces for customs, which is a fair bit more than the RP50 has
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#6
rp50 is alrite. you might want to save up a bit and either grab the updated version of it, the rp150.. or a zoom g2.. or a korg.

i have an rp50. it was good for its time. and once inawhile i'll still find uses for it. but i like my zoom much more. it just sounds bigger.
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#8
It's an awesome effects box for the price. Like someone said if you're just starting to mess around, it's sick. Right now it's my standard effects box until I get my new power supply for my 250, and it's like going back to your NES after playing SNES for a while. Strongly recommend it.
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#9
Yep - got the RP80. Basically use it for tinkering around and finding some cool custom sounds and the 40 spaces to save is great!
#10
Zoom G1 is pretty nice too. Not the best sound, and the amp models sound thin, but it's all I need. I barely use effects apart from the OD, for which I have an analogue Exar Blueser. But yeah, it aint bad. Especially for the price.
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#11
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It's alright, but you might as well just save up for a new amp.

i agree
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#12
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RP80 is better

you'll be using your own custom effects more than the presets and the RP80 has forty spaces for customs, which is a fair bit more than the RP50 has


actually my RP50 has 80, only 40 of which is customizable

also, the RP50 is a great petal, although the wah is terrible, I however mainly use delay, amp modeling, compression, and sometimes reverb

you can even go to the digitech website and get settings from other people
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