When the world went digital, virtually every industry on the planet felt the impact - especially the music industry, which was totally transformed. Suddenly, there was nothing a musician couldn't do with the help of a digital gadget, and the proof is in this lineup of Digitech guitar effects pedals. They were born at the same time as MIDI, during the digital revolution of the 1980s, and they've been transforming the tone of guitarists all over the world ever since. It began with the Digitech Whammy Pitch-Shifting Guitar Effects Pedal, and over the years, that unit has been joined by plenty of brothers and sisters to create the selection you'll find right here.
Since there are so many to choose from now, it's easy to find the right Digitech guitar effects pedals to achieve your perfect signature sound. In fact, sometimes, the perfect fit will jump right out at you as you browse. Take the DDM Death Metal Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal, for instance: with this stompbox, the name says it all. It's designed to give you the most extreme distortion you'll ever hear, and its flexible tone-shaping controls give your guitar the power to slice through the mix. There's even cabinet emulation built into a secondary mixer output, so you can connect to a mixer or recorder directly and leave the amp at home.
If you're a club crooner, you'll want to check out effects like the Digitech Screamin' Blues Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal, JamMan Express XT Looper and JamMan Solo XT. Or, if you'd like something that takes the concept of a looper to the next level, the JML2 JamMan Stereo Looper and Phrase Sampler is the way to go. Want to give your 6-string guitar the rich and resonant tone of a 12-string? Digitech even has a stompbox for that: the Mosaic 12-String Guitar Effects Pedal.
That's one of the great things about Digitech guitar effects pedals: you have all the options you need to achieve virtually any effect you can imagine. And with the digital technology that's included, they even includes things so exotic they're completely outside the reach of any analog pedal. So if you're ready to give your guitar a high-tech edge, go ahead and put Digitech on your pedalboard today.