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Digitech RP350 Multi-effects Pedal Review

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Digitech RP350 Multi-effects Pedal Review

This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Daniel

The Digitech RP350 is an easy to use multi-effects pedal.

…a great effects pedal…

I love it in every aspect except the buttons are close together to scroll through the list of effects.

When I wear my boots and hit to go up or down, I sometimes mistakenly hit both buttons which go into a by-pass and when I’m going from a clean sound with strong chorus and reverb to distortion, well… it’s not nice when the band goes heavy and I switch off all effects.

Besides that, making effects on it is simple. You can adjust the effects volume and amp level.

There are dual outputs which allow me to send guitar to 2 amps when I want.

All in all it’s a great pedal.

Features:

Plenty of different pre-set distortions, chorus, reverb, overdrive and some very strange pulsing echoing effects.

There are pre-sets that mimic famous bands such as Hendrix, AC/DC, Metallica, Zeppelin, etc. If you don’t like the pre-sets, feel free to alter them or create your own sounds!

Ease of use:

Very simple to use. I was afraid to get to know it for the longest time, thinking it looked confusing but once I got my hands dirty I realized I was afraid of nothing.

Sound Quality:

Like any other digital effects pedal this plays around with your sound.

It’s all about getting the sound you want.

For me, I can mimic the sounds in my head and have my guitar sing the way I want it to using just this pedal alone.

Reliability:

I’ve been using this pedal for over 5 years and the pedal still works like a charm.

Overall Rating:

Great product, great effects pedal.

Like mentioned before, the only downfall is that the buttons are close together, but I am a pretty tall person with some big boots so, it’s just my opinion.

This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Daniel

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