NAMM: Digitech releases four new RP guitar pedals

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In addition to releasing its high-end RP1000 guitar pedalboard at the NAMM music show in Anaheim, Calif., Digitech released four other guitar pedals for Mac using guitar players.

The $79.95 base-level RP55 features 80 presets, a built-in drum machine and chromatic tuner. It has 12 amp and acoustic guitar models and can produce 10 effects at once.

The RP155 gives users 100 presets, 60 drum patterns, 83 amps, cabinets, stompboxes, and effects. It also features a 20 second looper and costs $159.95.

The RP255 offers 120 presets, 94 amps, cabinets, stompboxes, and effects, and also comes with a 20 second looper. The RP255 also has a built in expression pedal and comes with Cubase LE4 and costs $229.95.

The $309.95 RP355 has 140 presets, 126 amps, cabinets, stompboxes, and effects, and a 20 second looper. It has a built in expression pedal and is packaged with Cubase LE4.

All of the units feature USB and Mac preset editing software, except the low-end RP55.

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