- Outlet Anciennes collections, fin de séries, articles commandés en trop grande quantité, … découvrez notre sélection de produits à petits prix Profitez-en !
- Publiez votre livre : sur Kindle Direct Publishing En format papier ou ebook c'est simple et rapide et vous pourrez toucher des millions de lecteurs en quelques clics ici !
Autres vendeurs sur Amazon
+ Livraison gratuite en France métropolitaine
DigiTech RP360XP Multi-Effets pour Guitare Gris
|Prix conseillé :||
De quoi s’agit-il?
Qu’est ce que le prix conseillé?Il s’agit du prix de vente conseillé par le fabricant ou l’importateur du produit. Amazon valide la pertinence de ce prix conseillé, sur une base trimestrielle, par rapport aux prix pratiqués par au moins un concurrent ou par Amazon.
|Prix :||EUR 168,00 LIVRAISON GRATUITE en France métropolitaine. Détails|
|Économisez :||EUR 56,00 (25%)|
|Tous les prix incluent la TVA.|
Les clients ayant consulté cet article ont également regardé
Offres spéciales et liens associés
Vous avez des questions ?
Trouvez des réponses dans les informations sur le produit, les questions/réponses et les avis
Veuillez vous assurer que vous avez saisi une question valable. Vous pouvez publier votre question directement ou la modifier par la suite.
Description du produit
Description du produit
Nouveauté 2014, le RP360XP DigiTech® est une solution à 360° pour sculpter votre son gagner en expressivité dans le contrôle des effets. Avec plus de 160 effets différents (55 amplis, 27 enceintes, 85 pédales) inspirés par les plus grands modèles de l'histoire, une interface LCD pour l'exploration et la découverte du réglage parfait pour l'effet désiré, un grand choix parmis une excellente sélection, le RP360 XP est completé par mode looper de 40 secondes pour travailler vos riffs ou vous amuser en live. La nouvelle fonction SoundCheck vous permet de comparer des sons en modifiant les effets afin de mieux cerner le réglage qui vous correspond. La connexion USB vous permettra, non seulement, d'utiliser votre multi-effet directement comme une interface d'acquisition audio pour vous enregistrer sur votre ordinateur mais également d'éditer vos presets via le logiciel NEXUS. Caractéristiques : Plus de 160 modélisations et réglages : 55 modélisations d'amplis 27 modélisations d'enceintes 85 modélisations de pédales d'effets réparties selon ces catégories : Wah Compression Noise Gate Distortion Chorus Flanger Phaser Pitch Vibrato/Rotary Tremolo Envelope EQ Reverb Volume Pedal Autres caractéristiques : 198 presets Connexion USB Modes de Footswitch programmables Accordeur intégré Fonction SoundCheck 60 patterns de batterie pour la boite à rythme Interface LCD Convertisseurs 24-bit Échantillonnage 44,1 kHz Entrées Jack ¼ instrument Jack 1/8 auxiliaire Jack ¼ control in Sorties 2 x jack ¼ instrument 1/8 casque Pédale d'expression Dimensions 292 x 219 x 57 mm Poids 1,72 kg
|5 étoiles (0%)|
|4 étoiles (0%)|
|3 étoiles (0%)|
|2 étoiles (0%)|
|1 étoile (0%)|
Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
1) The EQ is not too shabby. I'd started to think that it was kind of brittle sounding through the mixer but then I thought, hmmm... did I check the output setting? Nope and it was set to "Amp" not "Mixer". Duh, no wonder it sounds brittle. Changed it to "mixer" and all was good. I was able to bring back some of the highs I had cut with the EQ. As I said, that EQ is not too shabby. It did a pretty good job of getting rid of a lot of the harshness from having the wrong output setting. In the past, the EQs in modelers I've used have never been able to do that - ever. Not even close.
2) The Acoustic Guitar Simulator is very usable and very musical when used with my guitar's mini humbucker pickups. I found myself just sitting there playing and diggin' the sound I was getting. It sounds pretty good when combined with my guitar's Piezos/Fishman Aura output but not as different and interesting as with the magnetics.
3) I'm really impressed by its stomp box models, namely the RAT and the three different versions of the venerable Ibanez Tube Screamer. I'm not going to get into whether or not they sound just like the originals. I don't care about that. They just sound really good and I love the way they respond to my pick attack. I've never had this experience with stomp box models before. In the other modelers I've had I just ignored them because they've never sounded good to me. Not the case with this modeler.
4) The amp models sound better than any of the amp modelers I've ever used. Again, I'm not going to get into how accurate they are because I just don't care. I only care about whether or not I get the sounds I like out of them - and I do! The Fender models are good, so are the Matchless, High Watt and the Marshall JTM 45 but what really got me was the Mesa Boogie Mark IIc amp model. Wow... That thing has become my go to amp model for lead sounds.
In doing all of this I didn't even use the Nexus Software Editor - not enough counter space. Still I had a relatively easy time editing the little beast's presets. I'd have been climbing the walls if I tried to do that on my old GT-8. I cannot say enough good things about this little amp modeling pedal. I'm very impressed with it.
Saturday night at Rosario Resort. I've never done a gig using a brand new effects pedal and not had the urge to edit every single preset that I was using. Not once did I bend down to the floor to make changes to the pedal's sound. Unreal! That just does not happen. Completely loving this pedal! Finally. A small, lightweight amp modeling/effects pedal that sounds freaking great! And it was dirt cheap for what it does for me.
For one, the crybaby effect is pretty good.
The fact that you can change the order of the effects in the software is nice.
Some of the effects are cool.
The software is easy to figure out, and connecting to the unit is fast.
Switching patches has nearly no noticeable lag.
Then there are the things I really hated.
I hated the expression pedal.
There is no visual indication of the state of the expression pedal. Is it on? Is it off?
The expression pedal, on most patches by default, operates as both volume and expression. This means that if you want to use the expression pedal for something like the crybaby, your only option is full volume - because you first have to push the expression pedal all of the way down in order to activate the crybaby.
Certainly you can remove the volume pedal from the patches - but then you probably want an external volume pedal - which kind of defeats the purpose of a multi-effects unit in my humble opinion.
Also, it's way too easy to accidently turn the expression pedal on and off. If you're not very careful, every time you press it forward, it switches state.
I hated the user navigation.
I purchased the optional FS3X to use with this, and honestly it's kind of a joke. While it makes it slightly easier to use the looper, the FS3X operations are by-and-large redundant to what you can do with the existing buttons. Beyond using the extension for the looper operations, you can put it into "FS3X" mode - which basically just turns two of those switches into 'up' and 'down' buttons - which are accessible from the main unit regardless of which 'mode' you put that into.
Furthermore, when you put the FS3X into FS3X mode, with the current firmware - if you accidently activate the looper by pressing the looper switch JUST ONCE, it goes into record mode and will then start playing the loop - and depending on the mode the main unit is in - there's no way to stop it from looping.
There's no way to switch between the 3 modes without getting down onto the floor, and navigating through the menu by hand.
There are basically 3 modes this can do, arguably the most useful is 'stomp box' mode which allows you to turn 3 different effects on or off within the patch. You can leave the unit in 'stomp box' mode, then hit the 2 right pedals simultaneously to switch to "patch mode" - however it's design makes it quite difficult to do this, and it's difficult to not accidently activate the looper when doing this. When you're not in stompbox mode, there is no way to switch to stompbox mode using any combination of foot switches.
I hated the echo effects.
To my ear, the echo effects on this unit sounded fake, harsh, and distorted. I tried several of the 'stomp boxes' and settings, and just never could make it sound real enough for my tastes. This is completely subjective, of course. You may like them.