#1
saw one in GW and fell in love. been saving up for 3 months now....should be here by Caturday......anyone else have one?


yay!

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#2
I have a RP90.. its alright.. really I don't use it much.. but thats mainly because I have a Modelling Amp.. but it ain't bad.. alot of Different tinkerings you can do with it...
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Line 6 Spider III 15W
Peavey Generation EXP Single Coils
1997 Epiphone SG Junior
2007 Ibanez RG120
#3
The only thing I use on my RP50 is just as a drum machine and practice tool. The delays are passable, but the thing just sucks tone.
Hopefully the RP500 is improved.
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Gear:
Fender American Deluxe HSS Strat
Chicago Blues Box Roadhouse
Bad Cat Cougar 5
1957 Gibson GA-5
Ceriatone 18w TMB Combo
Hughes & Kettner Tube Factor
Various Ibanez TS9s
Weber MASS Attenuator
#4
I've got a RP100A (discontinued), been thinking about the RP500, too.
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TC Polytune
Fulltone Ultimate Octave
Boss DS2
Blackstar HT-40
Digitech Timebender
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(offboard; Whammy IV, Crybaby 535Q, Digitech RP100A)
#5
It's kind of recent, I don't think anybody owns one plus I'd rather have a GNX, no offense.
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#6
I've got just an RP250 and I enjoy it quite a bit.
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thought I was dreaming
of you...


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#7
The RP500 is totally different to the other RP's as it allows you to turn off the amp models and use it just as a stompbox\fx unit. You can do this with the other digi units aswell but the RP500 has true bypass.

Its sort of like Boss's ME50\ME20 units.

I think the RP500 is suited more for the gigging musician, it looks a quality piece of kit.

The thing I didn't like about the other RP's\GNX's was that if you bypassed the amp models, there was still alot of tone suck.

So this pedal should work nicely even if you have a great sounding amp already.
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USA Strat
Epi Les Paul

Peavey Classic 30
Epi Valve Jnr
Laney LV200
Boss ME50
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GNX 3000
#8
what are bypass and envolope?
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#9
bypass cuts off all effects/tone from the pedal to have ur guitar tone go straight into ur amp. envelope is a wierd effect that opens up your guitar tone as you hit the strings harder.
#10
ooh thanks!
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Oh, DON'T use a knife. It cuts through your strings. I did that once, thinking, its the Low E, its invincible. Turns out, its not...

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#11
Nice! I have an RP250, I love it. Use it all the time. This should be twice as good (250 x 2 = 500 XD).
"Music is my religion." - Jimi Hendrix

Guitars:
Epiphone Les Paul Standard
ESP LTD Alexi-600
Ibanez RG3EXFM1

Other Gear:
Carvin V3 amp head
Marshall MG15DFX
Digitech RP250 pedal