RP200A reviews— 14 total
14 user reviews of RP200A by DigiTech
and they're now unconscious. To be fair, I've been put off multi-effect pedals with this, as it makes my guitar feel like a cheap school keyboard, and also removes a lot of the feeling of skill out of it, the old 'Why bother getting this part 100% when I can get somewhere close & throw some random effects over it' deal.
I have been playing just over 1 and a half years now and I own a crappy Shine strat and...
It's not a Marshall stack, a wah pedal or a cabinet, but it can simulate all of them well enough...
The RP200A is very versatile. I ahve stated the gear and equipment I priamrily use, and practice about 2-3 hours a day.
It even has acoustic guitar modelling, so your electric guitar sounds jsut like an acoustic, and you can add things...
DigiTech has always come out with great sounding effects and a good price.
I have been playing for three years on electric and some time before that on acoustic.
I also like to play jazz and that works as well.
It fits everything but classic rock which is really dissapointing but that why you can make effects..
I kinda whish it had stopboxes where you could store effects so their their already for you, but I'm not...
Metallica, Nirvana, GN'R, AC/DC, Van-halen and much more.
I have always had succsess in doing whatever I want with it and have always enjoyed it's sound.
It fits any style of music because of the flexability and how customizable each effect is.
This peadle is worth a spot in your chain, the distortion is great if you sit down and program it.