Digitech Pedal Owners Club

Discussion in 'Pedal/Effects Owners Clubs' started by colchar, Mar 27, 2013.

  1. colchar

    colchar Friend of Leo's

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    This thread is for all owners of Digitech pedals (I didn't notice an existing group so figured I would start one). Yeah they have different lines (Hardwire, etc.) but why bother segregating?

    Since I started this, I'm in with my Hardwire SC-2 Valve Distortion.
     
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  2. Agitator

    Agitator Friend of Leo's

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    Hardwire polyphonic tuner, love it.

    Have used, and loved, the DL-8 delay and the old DOD Digital Delay (DFX9?) that I used for years.
     
  3. photoweborama

    photoweborama Friend of Leo's

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    I'm not a fan of Digitech at all....
    But I do LOVE the "Hot Rod Rock Distortion" pedal. My teen-aged son bought it and I simply love it. I never would have bought it, but I would now if he took his pedal back.

    The Bad Monkey is also an awesome pedal I'd have no problem buying and using. I don't have one right now because someone game me a Tubescramer TS9DX, but if that had not happened, I'd put a Bad Monkey in it's place.
     
  4. mudbelly

    mudbelly Tele-Meister

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    I'll join. I have two Digitech bass pedals, the chorus and the Synth wah. Synth wah has some nice envelope filter sounds that comes in handy for bass or guitar from time to time

    I also have a digitech looper.
     
  5. magicguitar

    magicguitar Tele-Afflicted

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    2 Digitech GNX4s.
     
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  6. Obsessed

    Obsessed Telefied Ad Free Member

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    It is not a pedal as in an effect, but I love my Jamman Stereo Looper and the software support is top notch! It is my best pedal by far!
     
  7. Mad Kiwi

    Mad Kiwi Friend of Leo's

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    I'm in.

    RP1000 Multi. - Love it. Better than any of the comparable products in my opinion (arguable I know)

    RP 500 - Back up to the above.

    Jamman Stereo - Fantastic pedal. I use it in stereo with guitar in the left channel output to a Guitar amp and Bass in the right channel output to a Bass amp. Then I practice drumming to the guit/bass loop. Great fun and good training/practice.

    Bad Monkey - I like it but my Ibanez TS7 just edges it out on tone. Just!
     
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  8. Agitator

    Agitator Friend of Leo's

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    Forgot to mention that I have one of the old-model Jamman loopers and love it to pieces. Best practice tool I've gotten in a long, long time.
     
  9. bblumentritt

    bblumentritt Tele-Afflicted Platinum Supporter

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    I have an RP-150. While I've used it live for various effects, and in a recording studio. For live shows, I edited a few patches and got three basic sounds/effects to use quickly, along with the built-in tuner.

    Mostly, though I used it hooked up to my PC: for practice- playing along with songs; for practicing along with the drum machine; for dubbing tracks on existing songs; for recording songs and practice tracks, and so on.

    Stage set-up:
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  10. telefunken

    telefunken Friend of Leo's

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    Digitech DigiDelay
    Hard-Wire Supernatural Reverb
     
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  11. srvbluezz

    srvbluezz Tele-Holic

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    digitech jimi hendrix experience
     
  12. Just-Jim

    Just-Jim Tele-Afflicted

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    CM-2 for me! It has been my go-to OD pedal for about 3 years now. Numerous OD pedals have made the rounds on my board, but this pedal has got me close enough to the tone I have been chasing. Will never part with it. Admittedly I still require a higher gain pedal for certain types of music (Zeppelin, ZZ Top, Etc.) but the CM-2 covers most of my blues and alt-country sounds, which is mostly what I like to play.
     
  13. telecat33511

    telecat33511 Tele-Holic

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  14. TeleShredder

    TeleShredder Tele-Meister

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    i got 4 DODs
    -the EQ with 18db boost/cut
    -the 3-knob envelope filter
    -Mystic Blues overdrive
    -Grunge distortion

    and i also got a Digitech RP-80
     
  15. copperheadroad

    copperheadroad Tele-Holic

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    When I travel I bring my RP-250 which I really enjoy & here lately I was thinking the I-Rig for my Iphone would replace it ....Not a chance
     
  16. mtjo62

    mtjo62 Tele-Holic

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    RP250
    RP50
    Bad Monkey
    HW CM-2

    Digitech's stompbox battery access is genius.
     
  17. CHUCKHDTV

    CHUCKHDTV Tele-Holic

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    I'm in too, just bought a used RP-355
    I haven't played with it a lot but I really think there's a lot fun to have with it. it's perfect for me. I play alone through headphones cause the kids are sleeping.
    I figured out yesterday how to record with it.

    I think I'll love it
     
  18. dngrsdave

    dngrsdave Tele-Meister

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    I'm in.

    Digitech RP155

    Digitech Stereo Looper

    Digitech Death Metal Pedal
    (these 2 are almost the same thing)
    Digitech Grunge Pedal
     
  19. czgibson

    czgibson Tele-Afflicted

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    Gotta love the Bad Monkey.
     
  20. whiteop

    whiteop Tele-Afflicted

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    RP-1000
    Bad Monkey
    SC-2 Valve Distortion
    CM-2 Tube Overdrive
    TL-2 Metal Distortion

    Not on my pedalboard right now but I could easily use them in a set if needed.
     
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