DigiTech RP360 XP Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal (Discontinued)
With its ability to run up to 8 effects simultaneously, the DigiTech RP360 XP gives you more flexibility in a compact form factor without compromising exterior durability and aesthetics. It also comes with a lot of nifty extras which include a 40-second looper, 60 rhythm tracks and a built-in chromatic tuner.
The RP360 XP lets you combine different effects to craft your preferred sound by choosing from its wide variety of options including 74 effects, 32 amp models and 18 cabinet models. Each setup can be saved into one of its 99 user presets, that allow for incredible flexibility. The interface has a bit of a learning curve, but allows for deep editing.
- Effects: 74 (8 Simultaneous)
- Amp Modeling: 32 amps, 18 cabinets
- Presets: 198 (99 factory, 99 user)
- Footswitches: 3 + Expression Pedal
- Input: 1 x 1/4" 1 x 1/8" (Aux)
- Output: 2 x 1/4", 1 x 1/8" (Headphone)
- Extra Features: 40-Sec Looper, 60 Rhythm Patterns, Chromatic Tuner, Amp / Mixer mode
- USB: 2 x 2 USB audio streaming
- Dimensions: 11.5” x 8.5” x 2”
- Weight: 4.12 lbs.
Compared to other plastic exterior multi-effects, the RP360 XP feels solid and durable. And this is reflected in many reviews, which mention the pedal's reliability as one of its good traits. Versatility and value for money also came up a number of times, both from pedalboard owners that have downsized, and beginners who are just trying out multi-effects.
There were a few users who were not satisfied with some of the preset sounds, but that is to be expected since we all have different tastes. There are also some who were not satisfied with the software editor's performance, and cautioned that it takes a bit more time to get familiar with the controls.
If you're looking for a reliable, versatile and compact multi-effects pedal with modern USB connectivity then check out the DigiTech RP360 XP.
NB: We were recommending this effects unit until we performed a thorough review of the category in November 2018 and at that time we found there were higher rated options to recommend which you can see in our guide to The Best Guitar Multi Effects Pedals / Processors.