DigiTech RP255Item ID: RP255
Guitar Multi-effects Pedal with USB, 94 Amps, Cabinets, and Effects, USB, Drum Machine, Tuner, Looper, Expression Pedal, and Recording Software
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An Effects Pedal that's also a Great Recording Tool!The DigiTech RP255 guitar multi-effects pedal packs 94 great amps, cabinets, and effects into its compact metal chassis, while letting you record directly or run through your live rig. In addition to its 24 amp/acoustic models, the RP255 includes 15 different cabinet types, 30 tone/30 effects libraries, genuine onboard Lexicon reverbs, a 20-second looper, and 120 presets (half of which are user-programmable). An Amp/Mixer switch lets you easily engage cabinet models. You also get a built-in drum machine, a tuner, USB computer connectivity, recording software, an expression pedal, and an auxiliary input with the RP255!
DigiTech RP255 Guitar Multi-effects Pedal at a Glance:
Get the sounds you want, easily
The RP255 guitar multi-effect processor gives you 94 amps, cabinets, stompboxes, and effects allowing you to get virtually any sound you want, just like the pros. A 20-second looper expands your creative possibilities even further. With USB streaming audio, the RP255 allows you to easily record directly to your computer's DAW with sounds so good people will think that your song was recorded in a major studio - in fact, the RP255 comes complete with Cubase LE4 audio production software!
Use it onstage
When it comes to putting practical, stage-friendly functionality at your feet, DigiTech can't be beat. The RP255 includes the inputs and outputs you need to implement its great effects into any stage rig, while its built-in chromatic tuner makes it easy to stay in tune onstage. This compact unit's die-cast metal housing means it'll stand up to day-in, day-out use, too. Two large footswitches and an expression pedal give you the control you need.
A great rehearsal tool
Use the RP255's great models and effects in conjunction with its built-in drum machine to keep your timing sharp (or to simply enjoy playing along with its 60 great-sounding drum patterns). You also get a headphone output for silent practice, while an 1/8" auxiliary input lets you plug in your favorite music player for even more rehearsal options!
DigiTech RP255 Guitar Multi-effects Pedal Features:
The DigiTech RP255 puts a powerful guitar performance and recording tool right at your feet!
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Reviewsbased on 7 reviews
by McComber from LanguedocI've been using this one for years, so much so that I bought another one when I got booked for shows in Europe (cheaper than postage). I use it daily in the studio, either miked or direct.
May 17, 2012
Music Background: Signer, writer, producer, guitarist wannabe
... read more [+] /> One thing it could should have that is missing is the capacity to interface with virtual gear. It would be fantastic if it were possible to use the switches and expression pedal to drive the pedalboard in Logic, for example. close [-]
A Guitarist's Artistic Toolbox
by geochrim from NY, NYI don't have a thousand-dollar tube amp to A/B this to, but I don't have any regrets and have been impressed beyond measure by its functionality. If you are considering getting a pedalboard someday a... read more [+]nd aren't sure about which ones to start with, get this. You'll be able to try out good emulations of various phasers, flangers, distortion pedals, analog/digital delays, etc ... If you want to find *your* tone, get this--once you add up all the possible effects COMBINED WITH amp/cab simulators, you can't go wrong. Plus, you get all of them available in a handy footswitch. Don't forget the pedal, the looper, the tuner, the drums ... it goes on and on. We live in a fantastic time for guitarists and home musicians, and the RP255 is, to my mind, exhibit A. close [-]
January 31, 2010
Music Background: Hobbyist
by Marcos Ficarelli from São Paulo, BrasilHad old RP-3 for long, and loved it. Wanted to check the enhanced DNA2, so bought this RP-255. My God! What a quality! 10 fold. I've missed to but RP-355 (not sure), but I know I have a powerful machi... read more [+]ne in my guitar sound. X-edit software made every difference, it is synched, complete and easy. Yes, Digitech RP and no other. close [-]
September 8, 2009
Music Background: Music Composer and Artist
by John Paul fromGreat sound quality and more flexibility than most people will ever need, though I don't like the foot switches. I've owned it for months now, gigging and recording, and am happy with my purchase. On... read more [+]ly other complaint is that the drum machine isn't accessible simultaneously with the looper. close [-]
February 18, 2012
review of rp255, purchased from matt masek (best sale rep ext 1355)
by jdog from nyci got this for use with my crate v5 watt tube practice amp. i already have a pro pedal board with 20 pedals on it. but i needed something small to fit in my appartment. i have many of the real pedals... read more [+]/ amp this thing tries to emulate. no the ts808 nad the mesa dual rectifer wont be identical to my $2000 dollar setup. but it is fairly close. it also has the acoustic emulator which i love. this thing has about 15$ grand in gear in such a small box. the exression pedal is great so dont even consider the rp155. i had the old rp300 this unit is so much more powerfull and accurate. all the distortions are spot on. i really enoy the looper function as well. its like this, you can get an amp with fx built in like the peavy vipir but that has no looper, and its not as portable you can take this unit anywhere studio, a gig or justy you your friends house and have very good quility gear in one box. it really is an all in one solution. you could use the xedit program which rocks, if you never tried it. you can make all your patches in a very user friendly way. i never used the boss me50, or the vox tonelab le. or anything but i am very happy with the digitech stuff in general. lastly you get the digitech wahmmy!! thal alone plays for itself. only complaint it has not octaver on it, just the bass emulator which is cool too. but defiently buy this gear it is so worth it no regrets here. close [-]
June 14, 2009
Music Background: guitarist by day, clown super hero by night duh!!!
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