DigiTech RP360XP Multi-FX with Expression Pedal and USB

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

The DigiTech RP360XP 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 RP360XP gives you a built-in expression pedal, 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 RP360XP.

DigiTech RP360XP 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 RP360XP offers tons of flexibility, yet is amazingly easy to use. The RP360XP 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 RP360XP 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 RP360XP gives you three different footswitch modes, for unprecedented flexibility. Stompbox mode makes it easy to integrate the RP360XP into your existing pedalboard, assigning any effect in your preset to each footswitch. Use the RP360XP by itself, easily navigating through your presets in preset mode or bank mode. Gain even more control of the RP360XP with an optional 3-button footswitch, setting it up to extend the control of the onboard looper or navigate through your banks and presets.

Sound Check lets you spend less time tweaking

The RP360XP 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 RP360XP Guitar Multi-effect Processor Features at a Glance:
  • 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
  • Built-in expression pedal for real time control of any effect in your preset
  • 60 high-quality drum patterns to spart 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 RP360XP 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", 1 x 1/8" Headphone Out
Computer Connectivity USB
Power Supply Included Yes
Manufacturer Part Number RP360XP-U

Customer Reviews

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DigiTech RP360XP Multi-Effects Pedal

Before I bought this pedal, my experience with pedals was very limited, as I only owned one. After hooking up the 360XP, I quickly found out I needed some time to learn the process of editing the settings! You can save yourself some time and read the user guide to get started. After going thru all 99 presets, I found only about a dozen that I liked. After choosing a preset to adjust, it took me some time to get the sound I liked, again, my experience with pedals are limited. With all the options of stomp boxes, amps, speakers, revervbs, you will be able to get most any sound you are looking for. Also with the tuner, looper, and USB audio, there is plenty to like about this pedal. The box is well built with heavy gauge metal. I didn't mention more of the features, as I have not delved into them yet. IMHO you won't go wrong with purchasing the 360!

A highly versatile,computer friendly machine

This DigiTech RP360XP is a fantastic addition to my working gig repertoire..With the ease of use and computer accessibility, I can program my whole set list with ease, The RP360XP gives a lot of bang for the buck..I am very happy with this purchase
Music background: Working musician,student @ Musicians Institute

Very Good

Excelent so far, this console has great tone, very versatil and good solid compact design. I have the RP 90 that is also very good, but it was fragile and I was concerned about that. So I decide to upgrade and move to the RP 355 but ended buying the new 360X it has some extra features and looks stronger and well crafted. (excuse my poor english) ;)
Music background: Hobbyist

Great Amp Modeler/Multi-FX/Recording Interface/Headphone Amp!

As a new dad, there aren't many opportunities for me to crank my amps up late at night. So a guitar modeling multi-FX processor like the RP360XP that can act as a headphone amp and even a USB recording interface has become increasingly valuable. I had the $50 Zoom G1on, but thought the RP360XP could offer better sounds and functionality. Initially, I was disappointed by the factory presets, and found the on-device interface to be a bit convoluted. It was only after exploring the online "Nexus" software editor and creating some stripped down patches that allowed the amp modeling to shine through that I became more impressed. First, it should be said that DigiTech offers a TON of content with this device. Many amp modelers offer units from Fender, Vox, Marshall, and an assortment of high gain options. So does the RP360XP, but it also offers multiple variants of those brands, plus a few rarities (Gibson GA-40? Sunn 100S anyone?). Add in a few more of DigiTech's proprietary amp models, and you several dozen options to choose from. But the effects are where the RP360XP really shines. Again, you'll find classics from BOSS, Ibanez, etc., but there are several variations of each of those. Even better, they actually sound and behave like the real-life analog versions of them - no annoying clipping issues or inexplicable loss of low end when combining digital pedals and amp models. The "Stomp Mode" is brilliant - you set up your patches with as many effects as you are allowed, and then can designate three of those to the three footswitches, so it's like having a mini-pedal board to turn off/on chorus, distortion, delay, etc. I love the RP360XP as a no-hassle recording interface. It's class compliant, so you can even use it as an audio input for an iPad (via Camera Connection USB Kit)! It's a solidly built unit with hard metal casing and durable soft footswitches, so it's pretty amazing to have this whole suite of amps and effects for recording purposes. Some drawbacks? The looper and drum machines are just okay, and cannot be used together, as they can on the Zoom units. Probably the biggest annoyance for me is that you cannot use multiple instances of a single effect. So if you enjoy running two Tubescreamers into one another (or even two dirt pedals of ANY kind, if I am not mistaken), you can't do that. A bit disappointing, since this is one of the few affordable multi-FX where I could imagine actually (wanting) to do that. Finally, while the build quality is very solid, the 3.5mm headphone jack feels a little loose. No problems so far, but I worry about that being a future failure point. Also, the expression pedal can be depressed too easily to turn the wah on/off, though that may be user error on my part. This is an excellent unit for which I could imagine many different uses. It'd be a great all-in-one solution for novice players or dorm rooms, but the effects and recording interface are features that would appeal even to more experienced players who have other gear. Slight deduction for the annoyances noted above, but an extremely versatile unit with almost endless possibilities.
Music background: Hobbyist

Tweaking effort is rewarded with the rp360xp

The rp360xp is a user friendly and affordable processor for musicians looking for tone on the go in a lightweight small footprint format. The pros of this processor are many: high versatility to handle any style, easy to use user interface, and many options for creativity. The largest con I have with this unit is the absence of a power button. The following are a few tips I can share from my few months of ownership. 1: find a preset that best represents the sound and tone you are looking for then tweak it from there. 2: spend time getting to know the eq. It is extremely helpful. 3: unless you are going directly from the rp to a recording interface turn the cab modeling to direct. Running the cab modeler into an actual cabinet creates a weird out of phase honky sound.
Music background: Gigging musician
See also: Multi Effects Pedals, DigiTech, DigiTech Multi-effects