DigiTech RP360 Multi-FX Pedal with USB

Guitar Multi-effects Processor Pedal with 126 Effects, 198 Presets, 40-second Looper, and 60 Drum Patterns
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Your Complete Guitar Effects Solution

The DigiTech RP360 guitar multi-effect processor is packed with a truckload of iconic amps, cabs, and stompboxes, and it's ready for your next gig or studio date. The intuitive LCD interface makes it easy to explore and nail the perfect tone. Along with its stunning arsenal of effects, the RP360 gives you a 40-second looper, 198 presets, a USB port, configurable footswitch modes, a built-in tuner, a headphone jack, and 60 built-in drum tracks. Looking for a complete guitar effects solution? Sweetwater's got it: the DigiTech RP360.

DigiTech RP360 Guitar Multi-effect Processor at a Glance:
  • Incredible ease of use makes nailing great tone child's play
  • Three footswitch modes give you unprecedented flexibility
  • Sound Check lets you spend less time tweaking
Incredible ease of use makes nailing great tone child's play

DigiTech's RP360 offers tons of flexibility, yet is amazingly easy to use. The RP360 lets you add up to eight effects to each preset, and sports a USB port for transferring and loading presets to and from your computer. With nearly 198 onboard presets and Nexus (DigiTech's free preset editor/librarian software), you can create an unlimited number of tones and share them with your bandmates, collaborators, and friends. The RP360 works with virtually all recording software, while its USB port makes it easy to record guitar tracks directly to your Mac or PC.

Three footswitch modes give you unprecedented flexibility

The RP360 gives you three different footswitch modes, for unprecedented flexibility. Stompbox mode makes it easy to integrate the RP360 into your existing pedalboard, assigning any effect in your preset to each footswitch. Use the RP360 by itself, easily navigating through your presets in Preset mode or Bank mode. Gain even more control of the RP360 with an optional 3-button footswitch or expression pedal. Set up the footswitch to extend the control of the onboard looper or navigate through your banks and presets. With an expression pedal, you'll have real time control of any effect in your preset (perfect for those classic wah sounds).

Sound Check lets you spend less time tweaking

The RP360 gives you a cool new exclusive feature: Sound Check, which lets you quickly record a guitar phrase and set it to repeat - while you dial in the perfect effects and settings. No more backache from bending over to make little adjustments while tweaking your tone! With Sound Check you'll spend less time fiddling - and more time playing with your perfect guitar tones.

DigiTech RP360 Guitar Multi-effect Processor Features:
  • 24-bit 44.1kHz sample rate delivers high-quality audio
  • 126 effects (32 amps, 18 cabinets, 74 stompboxes)
  • 198 presets (99 factory, 99 user)
  • 40-second looper lets you get loopy
  • 60 high-quality drum patterns to spark your creativity
  • Durable metal chassis and footswitches will hold up to the rigors of the road
  • 2 x 2 USB audio streaming
  • Built-in chromatic tuner
  • External control input for expression pedal or 3-button footswitch
  • Configurable footswitch modes (Stompbox, Preset, Bank)
  • Up to 5 seconds of delay time
  • USB editing via DigiTech Nexus
  • Stereo 1/4" output; stereo 1/8" headphone output
  • Amp / Mixer mode optimizes 1/4" outputs for amps and mixers
  • Stereo 1/8" aux input
  • Power supply included
The DigiTech RP360 is your complete guitar effects solution!

Additional Media

RP360 Series Guitar Multi-Effects with USB User Manual

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Multi-FX
Number of Effects 126
Amp Modeling Yes
Number of Models 32 amps, 18 cabinets, 74 stompboxes
Analog Inputs 1 x 1/4" Guitar, 1 x 1/8" Aux In
Analog Outputs 2 x 1/4", 2 x XLR, 1 x 1/8" headphone out
Computer Connectivity USB
Power Supply Included Yes
Height 8.5"
Width 7.5"
Depth 3"
Weight 2.84 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number RP360-U

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
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5/5

Know Nothing Rick

Not being a professional player I like to dabble at home for fun but like the idea of a multi effects unit. I had a Zoom G300 and it was pretty cool but was lost due to an automobile accident. Months later I purchased the rp360. After many YouTube looks at this unit I was not impressed but know that videos do not really tell the story I have not even scratched the surface as cranking it up last night. A preset called Black Metal came up and it was very impressive. My original thoughts were and are to use this unit for effects ...delay or chorus while letting the amp handle gain and overdrivee but was surprised by the black metal preset ...a little thin but with punch, fantastic sound. Essentially this unit allows your amp to be a power amp if wanted or use the amps gain stages with 360 effects with out amp modeling or overdrive effects. My amp is a Vox AC 15VR and I have a Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer ....the possibilities are endless !
5/5

Digitech Rp 360 delivers the Goods

I recieved the Digitech RP360 a few weeks ago, plugged it in wound up the editor, which worked smoothly as designed.The presets displayed examples of just how good the amp models and fx's can sound I modified some presets to basic clean amp sounds ( Fender Champion, Deluxe, Twin, Brown Bassman, Bassman with no effects, plugged into my audio interface and recorded using Reason 9. The Digitech RP360 amp models sounded great with no fx's to alter the guitars sound. The results of my efforts were most rewarding. The Digitech RP360 is direct and straight forward to use, prints well and has found a place in my home studio. I am very pleased with the sounds of the Digitech RP360 and the great customer service at Sweetwater music... I would replace Digitech RP360 if it should be lost/stolen
5/5

Exceptional Value

My first exposure to DigiTech was the purchase of a GR3000 years ago. Ever since then, I've been blown away with the sound quality, durability and exceptional value of their products... cutting edge technology at a price point the average musician can afford.That GR3000 remained plugged in and on the floor for years and never missed a beat. It survived the dust and dirt of cats, dogs and power outages. I never turned it off.Following the GR3000, I amassed a huge collection of well over 100 vintage DOD pedals until my wife got so fed up with them being everywhere... on the fireplace mantle, in drawers, basically all over the place, I had to sell them. I sold them all but there were a few that I wish I'd have kept!I vacillate between periods of virtual ITB guitar products, like AmpliTube 4, and actual hardware products, like amps and pedals... I would classify the RP360 as a hybrid since it automatically updated its firmware from 1.0.0.0 to 1.2.0.0 the first time I patched it up with a standard printer USB cable!My latest purchase is the Digitech RP360. I had an RP150 and left it plugged in and running for years as well. I ended up selling it about a year ago. I had a blast with that pedal and I still have the X-Edit software installed on my Windows 10 Professional i7 Dell. It still loads and I'll bet if I still had that RP150, it would still work.The Nexus software, developed for the latest generation of DigiTech RP series multi-function units, like the RP360(XP) works like a charm! The DigiTech website states that they do not support it on Windows 10 but it runs flawlessly on my machine.The Nexus software is brilliant. The models are very accurate. It was at the point that I loaded and first heard the "CLONE CHORUS" model (obviously a model of the Electro Harmonix Small Clone) that I felt compelled to write this review. I'm using a set of AKG K240Studio cans for monitoring and they work great.I read some posts that users stated they could not get the RP360 to work with their DAW. I had no problem using the RP360 with the latest version of Tracktion 7.1.1 and expect that it would work with the other DAWs as well.Just one thing that you need to know. Most of the presets that ship with the unit are basically useless. About the only purpose they serve is to expose the user to the Nexus software and what the RP360 can do. You really need to load Nexus and rework most of the presets to taste.If you take the time and patience to install this package on your computer and customize the presets you will be rewarded with some gorgeous sounds. Just buy it, you can't go wrong with the excellent service you get from the SEs at Sweetwater like Mark Stein.
5/5

Great effects at a Sweet Deal

I was looking for something portable to take to small gigs and the Digitech RP 360 was perfect! Using the Digitech Nexus app, I can easily create presets on my computer via USB and get amazing tones quick and easy. I'm also able to fine tune my presets on the unit with it's easy to read display. The 40 second looper is extremely easy to use and allows easy overdubs. If you're looking for an effects unit with great tones that's easy to use, the RP360 is great for small gigs or practice session.
5/5

Better Than Expected

If you're reading these reviews I would expect that you are looking for a quality multi effects system for your guitar. Well you have arrived at the best product you can get for under $500.00 dollars, hands down IMO. A lot of the pre recorded stuff is so-so but given a little tweaking and patience you will be rewarded. Just put your amp on the clean channel with the settings on really neutral positions and let her go. No guitar amp, even better, run the pedal through your computer and then through your monitor speakers and once again, good to go. As an FYI I had one of the early multi pedals and it was ugly to setup and didn't really sound to good. This little guy will put a smile on your face IMO. Also thanks to Aric Brenner who has always done right by me and I'm confident he would do equally well by you too... Best bang for your buck on the internet....
Music background: Home Studio
See also: Multi Effects Pedals, DigiTech, DigiTech Multi-effects