The DigiTech RP90 is a guitar multi effects pedal powered by DigiTech's AudioDNA2 DSP processor. The RP90 includes detailed models of boutique stompboxes, amps, cabinets and effects. The RP90 pedal's ... Read More
The DigiTech RP90 is a guitar multi effects pedal powered by DigiTech's AudioDNA2 DSP processor. The RP90 includes detailed models of boutique stompboxes, amps, cabinets and effects. The RP90 pedal's tone and effect libraries allow quickly and easily give you any sound you want. The RP90 is like having a music store at your disposal. From hot-rodded rock and roll to metal, the DigiTech RP90 has everything you need to get the tones you want or need. To top it all off, the chorus and DigiTech Whammy effects can be re-arranged to go before the amp model or after—whichever you desire.
The DigiTech RP90 modeling pedal features a 1/4" guitar input along with separate left and right 1/4" output jacks. Connect to either an amplifier or mixer for direct recording with a press of the Amp/Mixer switch that engages the internal speaker cabinets. Rounding off the outputs is a separate, stereo 1/8" headphone jack for practice. To control the Wah and Whammy, use the Digitech RP90's built in pedal.
Because music isn't just about getting tones but writing songs, the DigiTech RP90 multi effects pedal also features 40, high-quality drum patterns to aid music creation and practice. Feeling sterile and need inspiration? Just turn on one of the RP90 pedal's drum patterns and see where it takes you.
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Most Liked Positive Review
I just bought one today and I already found many combinations with the effects. The way it works is easy to learn, it is definetly worth it's price. If you're a guitarist that...Read complete review
I just bought one today and I already found many combinations with the effects. The way it works is easy to learn, it is definetly worth it's price. If you're a guitarist that plays metal or blues or anything else this fits you!
Most Liked Negative Review
Not what I expected...
I got this pedal last weekend and so far it's ok. Most of the distortion settings sound muddy and distant, and it's pretty hard to control when you're moving around a stage. I've...Read complete review
I got this pedal last weekend and so far it's ok. Most of the distortion settings sound muddy and distant, and it's pretty hard to control when you're moving around a stage. I've discovered that I prefer my amp's distortion way better, and find myself unplugging this pedal more than I'm using it. Also, when I have it in bypass mode and want to use my regular settings, all I hear is a loud buzzing noise over my playing. Though it has some good clean effects, I suggest buying a separate pedal for distortion or just using your amp.
Reviewed by 48 customers
I got this pedal for my birthday, and it is awesome. The pedal has made my amp (Fender Frontman 25r) and my guitars (Squier Strat and Epiphone Special Les Paul) come alive. I love the Whammy effect (great for White Stripes music). The RP90 comes with its own Power Supply (unlike Boss pedals) so you don't have to shell out extra cash for something required to use. The distortion effects are really good, that being said, I own a Boss DS-1 pedal and the DS-1 effect on the RP90 wasn't spot on, but it was close. I play anywhere from classic rock/Metal (METAL ie: Ozzy/Randy) and blues to Grunge and Punk, and this pedal handles it all. Only downside to me was the pedal seems a little small, but I have a size 13 shoe so I'm not going to take away any stars for that. For my first multi-effect pedal, I'm very happy, and it only cost $60.00. (on sale, i believe the regular price is $100.00 but still that is amazing)
I originally bought this pedal because it gave me a lot of options for the price. I like a number of the presets, & probably won't use most of them, but being able to program my own more than makes up for that. I didn't demo the pedal or see it first hand before I bought it. I have to agree w/ some of the previous comments about sturdiness; I doubt that I will use it on stage much w/ the possible exception of the rotary speaker function as a result, but that would change if: the casing was sturdier, expression pedal is beefed up, and there was a way to more quickly shift between presets.
Great pedal!!! This is the first pedal I've ever owned, and I have to say I'm impressed. I used to go to a jam session at a small-town music store, and everyone there wanted it. It has plenty of different effects for someone like me who plays a little bit of almost every kind of music style. It even has an effect to make a standard electric guitar sound like a bass. It is also great for recording through the headphone jack on the back. The only thing I don't like about it is that the presets are in a completely random order. With 100 presets, it sometimes makes it hard to find the effect you are looking for. Overall, it is a great pedal and really fun to use.
I purchased this product about 4 months ago and have been impressed by the sound since day 1. The effects come through crystal clear and there are a lot of combinations out there. I still haven't even used half of the 25 custom settings. In addition, my band's rehearsal space flooded the other day and this was on the floor. It survived being under a couple inches of water, which would normally trash electronics. That doesn't mean you should go and submerge this thing in water though. So don't worry too much about dropping this thing in a puddle because if you grab it quickly and let it dry out it is likely to come out just fine. On a design note, this unit is lightweight and feels flimsy. If you like to really stomp on your pedals then you will want to find something that is more solid. However, if you like to wine and dine your pedals and treat them nicely, this thing will hold up nicely. Also, keep an eye out on the expression pedal sensor as I have been told that they can go out pretty easily. Mine has yet to go out, but I don't really use the pedal regularly.
I bought one was broken out of the box. 2nd pedal was not much better week two I have one of the effects edit bottons break now I cant turn my levels down. Then I spill a spit amount of liquid onto the top and it shorts out and stopped working. I can't see this pedal keeping up with the ruggedness of playing on the road or many gigs.
distortion sucks. feels cheap, and the effects on here rnt that great. The only thing i really liked was chorus fx with a clean setting.
Great first pedal for a rookie. Some of the reviews I read made sound like you had to have a PHD to program it... NOT TRUE, if you can read on a middle school level you can program it. With 50 presets and 50 programmable sets you can't run out of room. One of the things I do is to copy the presets I want into the programmable area in order that matches my set list, then toggle up and down as I need them.
I just got this Digitech RP90 last week and have been having a blast with it! Lots of bells and whistles for the money. But I can only give it for stars four one reason... the ops manual SUCK
I got this for Christmas this past year along with a les paul and i have to say, i never thought i would ever want one of these things.. but once i played around with it i really started to figure out that you can do anything on it. It has at least 3 wah pedal settings, including crybaby and some other brands. It also has every digitech pedal i can think of, including the digitech whammy which has settings for all kinds of cool stuff you can do. Distortion, Phaser, Delay, Acoustic, Boss and Digitech Pedals, its all there, and there are many different settings for every one setting on a pedal. At first it can be confusing and if you lose the manual, you're screwed...(well thanks to google, you could probably find it online). You get 100 settings- a set of 50 appear twice to make the 100. You can edit or completely restart with the first 50 and make those your settings, and you don't have to worry if you delete a preset sound if you like it because the same sounds make up the 51-100 range. I personally set up the pedal numbers for what songs i play and make the sounds i need for the same song within the same range so i can just push one button and "there's the sound"...don't underestimate this!
Hello Ive been playing guitar for about 5 years now and i have to say that this pedal has the absolute cheapest pedals Ive seen on any pedal ever Ive had mine for 2 1/2 years and yes it has tons of features and presets but I now have to curb stomp my pedal just to get it to change presets. The expression pedal is another story. It works just I hate the axis its on. There is a lot of distortions but there's only 3 useful sounds for the modern guitarist u1-u9 L1-L9 and r1-r9. overall its alright but you're gonna have to replace it within a couple of years. Quality = 3 (out of 1-10) Features = 8 look/feel = 5