RP100A (discontinued)

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Features 40 presets created by today's hottest guitarists. At the heart of the RP100A Artist is our own AudioDNA™ super chip, offering you the tones of the greatest vintage and modern Amps ever made, acoustic guitar simulation, and a host of programmable effects (up to 11 simultaneously).

The knob-matrix based user interface provides simple, straight-forward editing. Up to 3 adjustable parameters per effect give you the flexibility to create the exact sound you're looking for. The built-in Drum Machine features 30 pre-programmed patterns in a variety of musical styles to practice with and features controls for pattern type, tempo adjustment, and level. The RP100A also includes a Chromatic Tuner for quickly checking the tuning of your instrument using one of 4 different tuning references.


Input 1/4"
Output 1 - 1/4" Stereo TRS
A/D/A 24 bit Delta Sigma
Power Supply 6 AA Batteries or 9 VAC, 1.3A (PS0913B)
Power Consumption 1.3A
Preset Memory 40 User/40 Factory/40 Artist Presets
Effects Pickup Simulator,Wah, Compressor, 12 Amp/Guitar Models, 3 band EQ, Noise Gate, Cabinet Modeling, Mic Placement, Chorus, Flange, Phaser,Tremolo, Panner,Vibrato, Rotary Speaker,Auto Yah™, Enveloped Filter, Pitch Shift, Detune,Whammy™, Delay, and Reverb
Drum Machine 30 Patterns
Simultaneous Effects up to 11
Dimensions 8.25" L x 6.25" W x 2.25" H




What expression pedal can I use with my RP100? Does DigiTech make one for it? What kind of cable do I need to use with the expression pedal?
Any passive volume pedal will work with the RP100. DigiTech does not make one specifically for it. A standard 1/4" instrument cable will work. Simply connect the output of your expression pedal to the Control In of the RP100. If your expression pedal has an input as well, leave it open.
Where can I get a power supply for my RP100? Will a generic power supply work?
The power supply (PS0913B or PS750) can be ordered online from our Outlet Store. Generic power supplies will not work with this product because most generic power supplies carry a DC output. The correct power supply has an AC output.
I didn't receive a warranty registration card with my product. Can I register online?
Yes. You can register your RP100 online by visiting the RP100 warranty registration page.
My RP 100 has an erratic display after short use.
Always use fresh batteries or a power supply.The RP100 battery consumption is quite high.
What distortions are in the RP100, 200 and 300?
The distortions are contained in the amp models and are adjustable. There are 12 amp models.
What's the difference between the User and Factory Presets? How can I tell the difference?
There are 2 sections in the RP100. Presets 1-40 are User and 41-80 are Factory. The only locations that can be stored to are the User presets. If you make a modification to any preset, then want to make those changes permanent, you MUST store the preset to a User location (1-40). When you are finished making your changes, press store once. If you are on a Factory preset, the display will change to a user location (1-40). Choose one of the User locations with the footswitches (1-40) and press store again.
What types of effects does the RP100 have?
The RP100 effect types include: Pickup Simulator, Wah, Compressor, Amp Modeling, EQ, Cabinet Modeling, Gate, Chorus, Flange, Phaser, Tremolo, Panner, Vibrato, Rotary Speaker, Auto Yah, Pitch Shift, Detune, Whammy, Delay, and Reverb.
Is it possible to turn the amp modeling off on the RP100?
Yes, the amp modeling may be turned off. This is useful for using the RP100 as a simple effects pedal, such as chorus alone. To turn off amp modeling, go to amp model parameter, then turn Master Level parameter all the way counter-clockwise until the display says OF.
Regarding cabinet modeling and pickup type, my manual says one thing and the RP100 says another.
There are miprints in the manual. Page 16 should read SH-gives a single coil pickup....
HS-gives a humbucher......
Page 18 should read:
1a 2a 3a
1b 2b 3b
1c 2c 3c
1d 2d 3b
for cabinet modeling.
How do I relocate a preset?
Dial up the desired preset.
Modify if desired.
Press Store twice.
Use Up/Down footswitches to go to the new location.
Press and release Store.
The preset is now relocated.
How do you reset the RP100?
RP100 off.

Press and hold SELECT button.
Connect guitar cable to guitar input jack.
When two horizontal lines appear on the display,
Let go of SELECT, then press and release the STORE button

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