Compression, wah, pedal volume, amp type, equalization, gate, pitch, delay, reverb, speaker simulator brief too many effects, all in a very solid metal case. Switches switches plastic weakened over time. Tube technology. So it takes a long time before choosing his own sound and know the dinosaur and yes I call it an old dinosaur now obsolete because it has outlived its usefulness. Very ergonomic. I acquired the French manual on the web that was not supplied.
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Page 3: Declaration Of Conformity S. Page 4: Warranty 7. The foregoing is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied, and Digitech neither assumes nor authorizes any person to assume any obligation or liability in connection with the sale of this product. In no event shall Digitech or its dealers be liable for special or consequential damages or from any delay in the performance of this warranty due to causes beyond their control.
The simple user interface lets you quickly create Programs and assign functions to the built in expression pedal. Connect the other end of the PS power supply to an AC outlet. Turn the power of your amplifier s to the on position and adjust the volume s.
Simply follow the horizontal and vertical LEDs across the Matrix to the point where they intersect. This will be the parameter you are about to edit. Page 9: The Rear Panel 6. Use only the DigiTech PS power supply provided. The signal at this output is in a digital format, and is to be connected to a There is no power switch on the RP14D. Connect the 4 pin connector of the power adapter to the power jack on the back of the RP14D and the other end to an AC outlet. Turn the power to your amplifier s on.
Set the amp s to a clean tone setting and set the tone controls to a flat EQ response on most amps, this would be 0 or 5 on the tone controls. Page The Footswitches As you go through the different Programs that came in the RP14D, you will find that the expression pedal has different functions.
This pedal can be assigned to control any one of 13 different parameters in the RP14D. Rocking the pedal back and forth will change the value of the parameter that the pedal has been assigned to control. Page Section Two - Editing Functions Once a Program has been edited to your liking, you may store those settings to any of the 50 User Program locations. Remember that the User Programs are duplicates of the Factory Programs so, you are not at risk of losing any of the sounds that the RP14D came with.
When editing a Program, the Store LED will light indicating that you have changed a Parameter and need to store the changes. The following steps outline the proce- dure for storing a preset: 1. The Parameters are arranged in horizontal rows and the Effects are in vertical columns.
Use the Parameter Select keys to navigate the matrix. The Effects and their Parameters are as follows The Parameters and their abbreviations available for Expression control in the RP14D are listed below. Use the Value Up or Down buttons to select the Parameter you wish to control. You can then set minimum and maximum values which are stop points for the top and bottom positions on the Expression Pedal.
It looks at the strength of the incoming signal and if the sig- nal exceeds the value set by the Threshold parameter, the gate will open and allow the signal to pass. If your signal level drops below the Threshold, the gate will close and allow nothing through until the Threshold is exceeded again.
A Chorus adds a short delay to your signal and modulates the delay time which takes the delayed signal slightly in and out of tune. The delayed signal is then mixed back with the original signal to create a thicker texture as if two guitars were playing the same part.
A phaser splits the incoming signal, and then changes the phasing of the signal. This signal is then taken in and out of phase and mixed back in with the original signal.
As you play one note the pitch shifter is simultaneously playing a note higher, or lower with you. The RP14D is capable of shifting the signal from 0 to 24 semi-tones 2 octaves above or below the pitch of the input signal.
The difference between a Pitch Shifter and an intelligent Pitch Shifter is that the Pitch Shifter stays parallel to your note at the specified interval, and an intelligent Pitch Shifter knows which notes to make sharp or flat in order to keep the shifted pitches within the specified key and scale. Page Ya Ya It combines the characteristics of a wah and a flanger together providing a unique talk box type of effect. Page Auto Ya This type of effect is also referred to as an echo because it basically echoes the original signal.
Delay Parameters are as follows: Determines the type of delay. This maintains the integrity of your signal. No miking hassles, no heavy equip- ment, just full on miked cabinet sound.
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