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Unread 06-19-2010, 11:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Digitech RP1000 - Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How?

Hey Ya'll!

I recently picked up a Digitech RP1000, and am, so far, loving it. But... Holy crap this thing does a lot, and I'm still just kinda learning my way through it. And... Sadly there isn't much online as far as any real feedback or user tips, so that is why I am here.

Currently I am running it using the 4-wire method through my Wilder Modified Marshall TSL100 into a 2x12 PRS cab w/ Celestion Vintage 30's.





At any rate... This thing does a crap load of stuff and I know it's gonna take a while for me to totally wrap my head around it, so any input ya'll might have would be greatly appreciated, and I'll share what I know, learn, and observe about the unit, it's features, uses, strengths and weakness. That being said... I hope to hear from ya'll soon!
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Digitech RP1000 - Effects

Wahs:

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Boss® CS-2 Compressor/Sustainer
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EQ:

3-band semi-parametric EQ
Chorus Stompbox Models:

Boss® CE-2 Chorus
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DigiTech® Glistening Chorus
DigiTech® Multi-Chorus
Electro Harmonix® Small Clone
TC Electronics® Chorus
Voodoo Labs Analog Chorus

Flanger:

ADA™ Flanger
DigiTech® Flanger
DigiTech® Filter Flanger
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Phaser Models

DigiTech® Phaser
MX Phaser based on MXR® Phase 100
EH Phaser based on Electro Harmonix® Small Stone™
Pitch:

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’99 Carvin® Legacy VL-100
DigiTech®Blackbass – ’65 Blackface preamp w/ Bassman poweramp
DigiTech® Blues
DigiTech® Bright Clean
DigiTech® Brownsound - Hot rodded 80’s stack tone
DigiTech® Chunk
DigiTech® Clean Tube
DigiTech® Crunch
DigiTech® Darkmetal – Responsive, tight metal tone
DigiTech® Fuzz
DigiTech® GSP2101TM Artist Clean Tube
DigiTech® GSP2101 Artist Saturated Tube
DigiTech® High Gain
DigiTech® Metal
DigiTec®h Monster - Maxed out gain
DigiTech® Mosh – Chunky metal tone with just the right amount of sizzle
DigiTech® Solo
DigiTech® Spank
DigiTech®Stonerrock– Thick, sludgy distorted amp tone
DigiTech®Transistor– Solid state transistor amp sound
DigiTech®Tweedface – Tweed preamp w/Blackface poweramp
'57 Fender® Tweed Champ®
'57 Fender® Tweed Deluxe™
'59 Fender® Tweed Bassman®
'62 Fender® Brownface Bassman®
'65 Fender® Blackface Twin Reverb®
'65 Fender® Blackface Deluxe Reverb®
’59 Gibson® GA-40
'69 Hiwatt® Custom 100 DR103
’69 Laney™ Supergroup
'65 Marshall® JTM-45
'68 Marshall® 100 Watt Super Lead (plexi)
'68 Marshall® Jump Panel
'77 Marshall® Master Volume
'83 Marshall® JCM800
'93 Marshall® JCM900
'01 Marshall® JCM2000 (Solo Channel)
'81 Mesa Boogie® Mark II C
’86 Mesa Boogie® .22 Caliber
'93 Mesa Boogie® Mark IV
'01 Mesa Boogie® Dual Rectifier
'01 Mesa Boogie® Triple Rectifier
’95 Matchless™ Chieftain
'96 Matchless™ HC30
’74 Orange™ OR 120
’99 Peavey® 5150® II
’88 Randall® HT-100
’84 Roland® JC-120
'88 Soldano SLO-100
’67 Sunn® 100S
'62 Vox® AC15
'63 Vox® AC30 Top Boost
Direct – No amp model
Dreadnaught Acoustic
Jumbo Acoustic



Cab Models based on:

1x8 '57 Fender® Tweed Champ®
1x12 '57 Fender® Tweed Deluxe®
1x12 '65 Fender® Blackface Deluxe Reverb
1x12 '62 Vox® AC15 w/20W Vox Speaker
1x12 '59 Gibson® GA-40
2x12 DigiTech® Bright
2x12 '57 Fender® Blonde Bassman®
2x12 '65 Fender® Blackface Twin Reverb®
2x12 '63 Vox® AC30 Top Boost w/ Jensen® Blue Backs
2x12 '84 Roland® Jazz Chorus
2x15 ’68 Sunn 200S w/JBL-Lansings
4x10 '59 Fender® Tweed Bassman®
4x12 DigiTech® Alt Rock
4x12 DigiTech® Chunk
4x12 DigiTech® Metal
4x12 DigiTech® Rock
4x12 DigiTech® Solo
4x12 DigiTech® Spank
4x12 DigiTech® Speaker Compensation
4x12 DigiTech® Vintage
4x12 Hiwatt® Custom w/ Fane Speakers
4x12 Johnson® Straight w/ Celestion Vintage 30’s
4x12 Marshall® 1960 Straight w/ Celestion®
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4x12 '07 Mesa/Boogie® w/Celestion® Vintage 30™ speakers
4x12 Marshall® 1960 Slant w/ Celestion 25W Green backs
4x12 '96 VHT® Slant w/ Celestion Vintage 30’s
Direct - No cabinet model
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Digitech RP1000 - Distortions

Arbiter® Fuzz Face™
Boss® DS-1™ Distortion
Boss® MT-2 Metal Zone®
Boss® OD-1 Overdrive
Boss® SD-1 Overdrive
Demeter Fuzzulator
DigiTech® Amp Driver
DigiTech® Death Metal™
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DigiTech® Redline Modified Overdrive
DOD® 250 Overdrive/Preamp
DOD® Classic Fuzz
DOD® Gonkulator Ring Modulator
Electro-Harmonix® Big Muff Pi®
Fulltone® OCD Overdrive
Guyatone® Overdrive OD-2
Ibanez® TS-9 Tube Screamer
Ibanez® TS-808 Tube Screamer
Modified Ibanez® TS-9
MXR® Distortion +
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Re: Digitech RP1000 - Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How?

The RP1000 Question Thread:

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I have a range of good individual pedals now but I'm thinking of changing them for an RP1000 as it's less to carry and gives more tonal options through amp models while I can retain my own amp as my core tone. I do however, now have another question. My amp is a Marshall DSL401 that I run through a Marshall 1960A cabinet and I was wondering if the type of effects loop I have would hinder the performance of the RP1000 as I've heard a couple of reports saying there's a problem.
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The RP1000, in my opinion, is best in the effects loop using the "4-wire" method for hook up. Unlike it's predecessors the 1000 is both not just an effects unit or modeler, but it is essentially a switching system that also has great effects. It can switch seamlessly between the preamp and the effects loop/poweramp giving you infinite options as to where you want the effects in the signal chain (through the amps input, effects loop, or both), and even though I almost exclusively use my Marshall for my tone, the amp models on the RP1000 actually aren't too bad.

I'd get that loop installed and run w/ the RP1000.

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So you are running this in the loop and the distortion settings sound okay?
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Yep. Check out page 16 of the manual... That's the hookup scenario I am using and it works great. I can switch between my amps distortion or the RP1000's models, or the RP1000's distortion pedals, or... All of the above.

It's great.
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But I must admit, that like any other multi-effects unit I've owned or played through... The stock patches pretty much suck. It takes a bit of learning and tweaking to fix their idea of a "cool patch".
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I bought an RP500 which is basically a 1000 with few less effects. It's a good unit but you have to tweak it. The presets suck but with some tweaking I've come up with some good user presets. I'm not familiar with your amp model but people have had good results running XLR stereo out into preamps that have XLR inputs and the pedal puts out a higher +-db output than with the 1/4 jacks, maybe this is the issue you've heard? I don't have an effects loop so I've been running thru the hi gain input with amp modeler bypassed and experimenting in the lo gain with amp modeler enabled and also getting some decent tones. I do have a Kasha quick mod that replaces my P/I tube that allows me to bypass my preamp(JCM 800)and plug in the back, may try that this week. The software is cool and I found it easier editing on the computer than the pedal itself. I was really trying to go back to basics vs my last rack rig which had more bells and whistles than I needed but the learning curve on the RP isn't to bad and the more I mess with the more I like it.
There's a lot of RP info here Digitech MFX Room - TheStompBox.Net
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Thanks for the feedback mate! The 500 & the 1000 are, as you said, pretty much the same save a few effects... That being the case... As I was becoming fed up w/ the lack of real useful info, feedback, and user tricks/settings available online, I started a thread for just such a thing and will be posting anything I learn, about these baby's there. I'd welcome you to stop on over and throw in your two cents on how you've been using your RP500... In fact I'd very much appreciate it if you would!

Rock on!

Digitech RP1000 - Who, What, When, Where, and How?
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I've only had mine for short time and could also use some insight on the RP. Bang for the buck I don't think anything can touch it. I only paid $275 for the 500 and it easily exceeded my expectations especially with the edit software and Cubase LE4 included.
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... You running the 4-Cable setup?

I only just started getting into the editing software on Wednesday night, and I absolutely love it. Very user friendly. How's the Cubase LE4
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I have Cubase installed but having some issues configuring the drivers of Cubase with ASIO drivers on my soundcard for monitoring and playback. I'm sure the fact that I'm a slow learner on the computer has something to do with it.
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... You running XP, XP Pro, Vista, Windows 7?

I'm still an XP pro user. Maybe this week I'll have a go at getting Cubase set up and see what happens...
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XP.....We should take this to your thread so we don't hijack Doadmans gig.
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... That probably would be the considerate thing to do.
RP1000 in the Gear Flaming Thread:

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Well Josh got one and if he can figure it out, he should be able to get that multi-layered Def Leppard sound he has been craving. The 1000 allows multiple delays to play at once all with different time settings. Oh and then they have the amp modeling.
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Ya know... I'm not so sure about the multiple delays...

http://inlinethumb15.webshots.com/19...600x600Q85.jpg http://inlinethumb48.webshots.com/44...600x600Q85.jpg http://inlinethumb35.webshots.com/18...600x600Q85.jpg

I had been under the impression that it could do that, but I think that impression is wrong...

However... The delay on the RP1000 seems pretty versatile, and when coupled w/ other time based effects it can get pretty crazy (crazy good). The more I play around w/ it the more I like it. And as far as freestyling as Lisa put it, I tend to do that w/ the manual in hand. Sort of a hybrid of reading/following the instructions & trying things "my way" too. I have yet to burn up a piece of gear...
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Re: Digitech RP1000 - Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How?

This week I'm gonna have a go at the Cubase software. Get it installed, play around w/ it a bit, get the lay of the land... If you guys have any input on potential pitfalls and/or tricks... Let me know. Thanks!
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Re: Digitech RP1000 - Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How?

Carrying over from the other thread, I don't think you can do the 4CM with the RP500 as it doesn't have a send and return for the effects loop. Only the RP1000 has it.

I was thinking of getting an RP1000 myself but am confused if I should go for that or the TC Nova Delay, Ibanez Airplane Flanger and a simple wah pedal. Bang for buck or just what I want/need for more...
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Re: Digitech RP1000 - Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How?

Yeah it looks the RP500 has different hookups...



For my money... I elected to go w/ bigger bang for the buck. This way if I decide that I want a very specialized pedal of some sort later I can always add it to my rig later, but for the the foreseeable future I've got everything I need and then some.
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Re: Digitech RP1000 - Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How?

first things first you realize you are the only one posting one this thread right! second of all the Digitech RP1 had the best tone out of all of 'em.

Digitech RP-1 Multi Effects Processor guitar pedal rare - eBay (item 270593494583 end time Jun-20-10 15:46:12 PDT)

http://www.daddys.com/detail.php?itemNumber=DIG9005
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first things first you realize you are the only one posting one this thread right! second of all the Digitech RP1 had the best tone out of all of 'em.

Digitech RP-1 Multi Effects Processor guitar pedal rare - eBay (item 270593494583 end time Jun-20-10 15:46:12 PDT)

Daddys.com - Effects - Floor Multi Effects Pedals - Digitech Rp-1
Well... I'm not the only one...

There's dodgethis, and now you...

That RP1 looks a lot like a floor version of the GSP12 Legend rackmount unit that I had years ago. Cool.
But yeah, I'm pretty much it for the most part. My main thought in starting this thread was put together a "one stop shop" for all things RP1000. I know there's some RP user's out there and I'd like them to contribute, but either way this thread'll have what I've learned is setting up my RP1000, and links to useful sites and demos as well. With time it's have plenty of good info for anyone who cares to have a look. Know what ah mean Vern?
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Re: Digitech RP1000 - Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How?

Well, I don't care how many people post here; I've found it very useful. Thanks
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Re: Digitech RP1000 - Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How?

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Well, I don't care how many people post here; I've found it very useful. Thanks
Thanks bro! That's I'm aiming for.

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Re: Digitech RP1000 - Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How?

Hi Andy. My responses will be in orange below.

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Hi,

First of all, thanks for your advice on my thread(s) regarding the problems I'm having with my DSL401 and my possible purchase of an RP1000. I thought I'd get an RP1000 and then I thought I'd be better off getting a better amp and now, after your last post, I'm back to thinking of an RP1000! It's all so frustrating!!

I can see that the RP1000 will have a number of advantages should I go that route:

1) It's nice and compact.
- It packs an awful lot of versatility into a small package. It isn't too bad to navigate on the unit, but personally I think the USB interface and the X-Edit software make for an even easier time when doing your tweaking.
2) I'm in a Rock covers band and it will give me access to more tones than any amp could by itself.
- No amp is a jack of all trades. My observation is that they do a lot of things ok, but none of them great.
3) It gives recording possibilities.
- This I haven't really fiddled with yet. Sometime this week I plan on installing the Cubase software and seeing how that goes. Should be an adventure.
4) I could practice at all times without disturbing anyone, especially my wife.
- This is an absolute awesome bonus. You can use it as a global master volume to bring even a big 100W head down to bedroom level w/out any problems at all, or you can use the headphone jack too.
5) It would make it easier when I do buy a new amp as if it doesn't do something well, the RP1000 can take over.
- All depends on how you like to use it. The options are always there.

However, I do see a number of potential pitfalls:#

1) The amp models may not be that great so I may not like using them. Even if they are usable, would they be of such poor quality relative to a real tube amp that there would be a noticeable difference in tone when I switch to amp modeling? When I used to have a Digitech GNX3000 I tried it through the effects return of my DSL401 but while the amp models sounded OK, they weren't anything like as crisp as what my amp was producing itself. I don't want to be playing a gig with a great amp tone and then switch to amp models and suddenly it sounds like someone's thrown a blanket over the rig.
- Did your GNX300 have the Amp/Mixer selector button and the Ground Lift button? Between these two buttons the RP1000 can adjust itself to pretty much any amp or mixer out there. It works great.
2) It may have a load of effects but are they worse quality than the individual pedals I have now? I've heard the overdrives aren't great so I'd keep my OD pedal to go with it. I've heard the Wah isn't great so I'd have to keep my Weeping Demon. If I ended up having to keep all my pedals anyway, what's the point of the RP1000?
- Depends on what you have for pedals. As digital effects go these are really first rate. The way isn't bad, but like most multi-effects rigs It'll take some tweaking to dial it in right where you like it. But it lets you do it. I love the dual volume/wah pedal. It's got a great stomp loop so if there are certain sweetheart pedals that you really love, they can be easily integrated into the whole setup.
3) What if I buy an RP1000 and at a later date upgrade my amp, only to discover that my new amp does everything I want it to anyway and the RP1000 becomes useless to me?
If you find an amp that does everything you need, then you are probably the first person on the planet who has. As your playing evolves, so do your needs. But personally I don't think that's a worry. The RP1000 is versatile enough to work with, in, and around your other gear, and has options to spare. I can't foresee it becoming useless.

In conclusion, I'd be very grateful if you could address these issues for me but particularly answer these key questions:

1) Just how good are the amp models compared to a decent Valve amp like a DSL or JVM?
- I've a TSL, very similar to the DSL's but w/ extra knobs, and connection options. To be honest, I get about 98% of my actual tone from my amp, I just plain like my amp's tone better. But I will say, don't let the stock presets fool you. They pretty much all sound like crap. But with some time spent tweaking (a necessary evil for any multi-effects unit) you can dial the models in to sound pretty dang good. I do plan on integrating some models into my presets as time goes on. But so far the models that I am using are more for my clean tones, my Marshall & Bugera give me the dirty stuff, and I flavor w/ effects or eq tweaks on the RP. But my needs are evolving and I know the models are going to be used.
2) Just how good are the effects? Which ones are weak so I may need to keep an individual pedal?
- As I stated above, it really depends on what you have for pedals. As digital effects go these are really first rate. Like most multi-effects rigs It'll take some teaking to dial it in right where you like it. But it lets you do it. I love the dual volume/wah pedal. It's got a great stomp loop so if there are certain sweetheart pedals that you really love, they can be easily integrated into the whole setup. There are definitely some killer pedal's out there (personally I'd love to get an Electro-Harmonix POG), and they'll fit right in.

I'm also curious to know exactly how you use yours. The Bugera 333XL is supposed to be very versatile anyway so do you ever actually use amp modeling?
- As far as using the amp models... See question 1 above. I use the 4-Cable Method, so my guitar goes into the RP1000. The RP1000 uses the left output to go into the front of my amp, usually my Marshall, but the the Bugera (mine's a 333, not the 333xl) get's used a bit too. And the RP1000 also loops through my amps effects loop. This way I can switch w/ the stomp of a button between my amps pre-amp tone, and any modelling the RP1000 has. It automatically routes effects where they traditionally would be placed, but many, if not most, of the effects can be set to go either into the front of your amp or through your amp's effects look depending on where you like them. As always let your ears be your guide.

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... It's a tough call for me this one because there is no financial advantage either way. If I change my pedals for a new RP1000 it will cost about £150 net and an upgraded amp about £200 net. If I don't get the RP1000 I could keep the pedals and get an upgraded head unit but I'd still need a practice amp modeling combo as the 4X12 won't fit where I practice so I'm still spending a total of £350 net. The only way of doing it cheaper is to keep the pedals and upgrade the amp to a better combo like the Marshall JVM, Peavey 6505+ or Bugera 333XL so I'd only have the expense of changing the amp. That does sound appealing and I'll look at that but of course with the RP1000 I have a built in backup as I can always go straight to the PA if the amp breaks (a worry with the Bugera).

Having a backup that can run right into the PA is a very handy thing. Of the amps you listed the best sounding one, in my opinion, is the JVM (the JVM line is, I think, the successor to the JCM line). Now between the Peavey 6505+ and the Bugera... I like the Bugera. It's a copy cat of the Peavey XXX. The build quality is not as good, but the tone circuit is great. It's just plain a great sounding amp, and costs a fraction of anything else w/ that kinda tone and # of channels.

Anyhoo... There's my two cents. I hope it helps bro.
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Well... I'm not the only one...

There's dodgethis, and now you...

That RP1 looks a lot like a floor version of the GSP12 Legend rackmount unit that I had years ago. Cool.
But yeah, I'm pretty much it for the most part. My main thought in starting this thread was put together a "one stop shop" for all things RP1000. I know there's some RP user's out there and I'd like them to contribute, but either way this thread'll have what I've learned is setting up my RP1000, and links to useful sites and demos as well. With time it's have plenty of good info for anyone who cares to have a look. Know what ah mean Vern?
cool brother I was just razzin' ya a bit! I had an RP-1 Years ago and now I wish I would have never gotten rid of it, it had awesome tone and was hella easy to use!
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I use the RP1000 into the return of a Peavey 6505+ 112 (closed back cab) with the RPs cab sims set to direct (and the amp/mixer switch on the back of the unit, next to the 1/4" output, set to = mixer) and it sounds amazing. I'm not real fond of the RP1000 direct through headphones/recording//Roland AC60 but I didn't purchase it for that purpose anyway...

Into the return of my amp it's as easy as tweaking a real amp and when you turn it up the power tubes take it to the next level. This may be heresy but I actually prefer the 5150 model on the RP1000 to the real pre-amp in my 6505+.


I set up some patches very quickly by making a default blank template patch with just a slap of echoplex, noise gate, patch level and then went thru the RPs amp models and just tweaked the amp model gain, level & EQ and got some great sounds almost instantly (without even using the semi-para EQ yet...) and then saved those tones to separate presets for polishing/fine tuning later on...


My dirty patches just use the amp model, noise gate & slap of delay. With an overdrive waiting to kick it up a notch if needed. No need to hide the tone under a wall of effects (unless you want to...).


My clean patches just use the amp model, noise gate (set low) & TWNSPRING reverb with a compressor, mod FX & delay waiting on deck in case of emergency...


I'm using the 65 TWIN, JAZZ 120, 900 JCM, PV 5150, DUALRECT (amazing lowend!) models but there are many more to exlpore... I've just been plugging in and playing... No chronic tweakitis!


I originally bought the RP1000 thinking I'd use the 4 cable method but I'm totally happy just using the RP for all of my pre-amp & FX needs.


I think you'll be able to tell pretty quickly if this is the right tool for you once you try it for yourself...


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The DigiBrown is my favorite of all models. I am also very much digging the Matchless Chieftan with an 808 boost.
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I'll have to check out the DigiBrown model. I've found that many of the overdrives are to my liking and I end up choosing different models depending on which guitar I'm using. I tend to use the 808, TS MOD, GUY ODRV, REDLINE,,,
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JCM800 = OUTSTANDING (use the TS MOD for leads)

Plexi with the OC distortion in front = WONDERFUL


Orange 120 = FANTASTIC

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To me, the differences between real tube gear and modelers usually are pick attack, dynamic range and high end response. As far as recording, even a POD can fool tube connoisseurs but the feel isn't there for the player. IMO that's exactly where the new Digitech RP series shine, their models sound AND feel very close to real tubes. If you tweak your patches right that is, but that's no more difficult than tweaking your own amps and pedals. When you buy new gear you're not going to play with your stuff with the knobs in the position they came from the factory are you?
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I've had my RP1000 for close to two months now, and last night (finally) most of my patches sounded like I wanted them to. Not that they were bad before, but I've found that the better my tones are, the more perfectionist I become when programing my patches. Lately I've been wondering if someone like Eric Johnson would be able to tell it's a modeler in a blind test playing with my setup

Bottom line is, my previous rig was an 8 space rack with a Triaxis, JMP1, Lexicon MPX1 and Rocktron Intellifex and my RP1000 makes the JMP1 obsolete, and sounds better than the Triaxis with a few Boogie models (the Triaxis still has a slight edge on mid gain tones due to its responsiveness). One other thing, I *love* playing at low volumes and still sounding like I'm driving a big stack pumping massive amounts of air, but that's me, I've seen other people say it sounds artificial or like an "american-mastered guitar sound". I think it's a lot of fun playing with cab sims on, but to each their own.

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My RP1000 tweaking seems to work best when I ignore the label of the amp models.
I have never played through a JCM2000 or know of recordings that were STRICTLY
that amp without multiple takes, etc... I find something that works for my situation
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GA-40 (is that on the RP1000) ? PURE AMP BLISS

JCM800 = OUTSTANDING (use the TS MOD for leads)

Plexi with the OC distortion in front = WONDERFUL

Orange 120 = FANTASTIC



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LUUUUV the Orange and the GA40. The 59 Deluxe is just great too - and if you haven't gone surfin' before - now is the time with the "59 or the Twin. Work on your Ennio Morricone Spaghetti Western licks when your in that zone...hehehe.


I also really like the DigiTweed and DigiBlack hybrids with guitar and try 'em with a bass, too.
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Well... I installed Cubase LE4, and jumped through the 79 flaming hoops of fire that Steinberg wants you to jump through to install, activate, and license the bloody program. Now all I need to do is learn how to use it. I mean, for cryin' out loud, the operation manual alone is over 260 pages!!! They also have a smaller "getting started" booklet. Can you guess how many pages that is? 59 pages. For bloody "getting started" manual! I may be wrong, but I think I may have a slight learning curve when it comes to Cubase LE4.

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I have been havin' fun lately... I re-did my rig, and now I've got my guitar running into my Digitech Hardwire Delay, and from there one output goes directly into the TSL ('cause that tone is killer and I want it to be the focus of my sound), and the other output is going into the RP1000 which is connected using the 4-wire method into the Bugera. Stereo rig! Yeah baby! So I keep the Bugera fairly wet w/ effects, and use it to supplement my main Wilder Modded, Martimus Maximus Tone Packed, Marshall sound. This setup is absolutely massive sounding, and when I kick in that Hardwire delay... I have got multiple delays just kickin' arse. Oh, so tasty!

Cubase... Yeah... Not diggin' it so far. Audacity is soooooo much simpler to operate.
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That sounds like a killer setup Josh. I'm not liking the cubase much either and still having driver issues. Any issues with Audacity? Are you running the RP direct via usb?
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That sounds like a killer setup Josh. I'm not liking the cubase much either and still having driver issues. Any issues with Audacity? Are you running the RP direct via usb?
Yeah, I'm about ready to call it a battle lost when it comes to Cubase. It is a bloody nightmare to do anything with. Some of the other forum folks have recommended Audacity also, and since I already had it I figure I'll run w/ that (I've used it for years, but never before for multi-track, effects, in depth type stuff, mainly just for editing audio books or radio recordings, or cassettes & vinyl so in that regard it's sorta new to me too). I'm slowly, but surely, learning that Audacity can actually do a whole lotta crap, and I can tell you for sure that the interface is infinitely more user friendly. And no driver issues!!!

So far I've been running the RP into the pc via USB for patch editing, but I have used the headphone out on the RP, or the line out on my Marshall into the sound card to capture the audio. Can you get audio from the RP to the PC using just the USB?
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Yes but this is where I'm having driver issues. I can see the line level meter working on cubase but not getting monitoring thru pc speakers. I'm sure it's something simple, just haven't had time to figure it out. Cubase is not the most user friendly recording program, at least for rookies like me.
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Dunno if this is the case for you, but w/ the RP's X-Edit software I had to go into the settings and change the the output from the amp to the pc...
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I don't have time right now, gotta get in the shower and then out the door, but later I will plug in and see exactly who, what, when, where, why, and how, I went about changing this... Worst case, 1/8" stereo cable from the RP to the computer...
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Dunno if this is the case for you, but w/ the RP's X-Edit software I had to go into the settings and change the the output from the amp to the pc...
That I didn't think of.
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That I didn't think of.
Hey mate, any luck with this? I haven't had time to dig into it any further yet, but was curious if you've made any progress....
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JOSH-You've posted a sheet load of info here my man. I thought I posted on this thread? Must have been the Def Leppard thread instead.

Anyway, keep up the good work. I'm sure there will be more to come that will find it useful.
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Thanks Marty. Good to hear from ya. Seems like it's been a while (even though I have been following all your posts over at the preamp thread). You have definitely been a busy guy.

Hey... I'll bet your new lovely ladies would sound absolutely killer in stereo. Have you thought about having a go at that?
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That might freak me out. I will think it over. Two heads and two 412 cabs.

Wow!
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