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How to Get or Build a Zendrive Clone pedal

How to Get or Build a Zendrive Clone pedal

As long as I can remember I have wanted a Zendrive pedal. I don’t know why I never purchased one, it seems like guitars, amps, and other things have always taken precedence. For those of you that don’t know, the Zendrive is a highly sought after as the key to the “Robben Ford sound”. It’s also sometimes called the Dumble in a box. Dumble is a boutique amp used by Robben Ford, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Santana, Mark Tremonti, and John Mayer (among others). They usually cost $20-$30K new, and can run $40-$60K used (because of the waiting list). You can see why guitar players seek out the lower cost alternative of having the Dumble sound in a pedal.

As an example, listen to the solo passage of nearly any Robben Ford song and you’ll hear the biting yet stunningly clear subtle overdrive boost of the Zendrive:

The Zendrive was built by Hermida Audio. Alfonso Hermida had been building the pedals in Germany by hand for years, and had built up quite the backlog of orders. So much so that you would see people selling them on eBay for $400-$500. You can still find auctions of his original builds going for high dollar amounts, even though the original purchased directly from Hermida was only $199:

Zendrive 2 Tube Overdrive Pedal, Hermida Audio

USD 420.00 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-25 04:03:20

Then back in 2013 Lovepedal announced it would take over production of Zendrive from Hermida audio. Lovepedal raised the cost of Zendrive up to $239.00. I really want a Zendrive – I really do. But having paid so little for so many of my great pedals (either in auctions or things like Joyo), I just don’t know if I want to pay that much for a single pedal. Especially because I’m interested in so many pedals (like Klon, Timmy, etc) I can’t afford to have them all.

This began my quest to see if there was a decent Zendrive clone out there or not. It turns out there are some pedals that are “similar” on the market. You really have 2 ways to get a Zendrive clone – you can either buy one or build one. First we’ll review the ones you can buy and play right out of the box.

Dumble Pedal Clones You Can Buy

Hotone Grass Overdrive

The most surprising thing about this little bugger is the fact that it’s only about $79 on Amazon. I like to buy pedals on Amazon – shipping is free with Prime! =)

Here’s a video comparing the Zendrive Red with the Hotone Grass:

Mooer Rumble Drive

The Mooer Rumble Drive is another little green overdrive that claims to be the “Dumble in a box”. It’s also available for the insanely cheap price of $66 on Amazon right now.

If you think that’s a crazy price, you should watch this video comparing a Zendrive to the Mooer Rumble Drive. I was shocked at how near identical they were on tone and sound. The only thing they aren’t alike on is the pricetag.

Dumbleoid Pedal

So, you might be wondering – what is the other end of the spectrum? Shin Suziki makes a pedal called the Dumbleoid. Shin is actually a respected Dumble amp tech, so he might just know a thing or two. He created the Dumbloid pedal to recreate the authentic Dumble sound, but it comes with a pricetag of $599.

Is it worth it? You be the judge:

Wampler Euphoria

In the mid-range price tag area comes the Wampler Euphoria pedal. This clocks in with a pricetag of about $199.

I personally don’t like the sound of this pedal, but they say that you can get John Mayer like tones with it (a known Dumble and Two-Rock player):

Special Mention: Dumkudo

You might want to check out the harder to find Dumkodo pedal. Here’s a review if you’re interested.

Zendrive Clone Kits You Can Build

You may not know this (if you’re not into electronics), but there is a whole network of people online that buy pedals, tear down the circuits, and then attempt to rebuild (clone) the pedals themselves. Then, many of them share their circuit findings online – and many sell kits where you can build your own replica.

First I’ll show you somme places you can buy a Zendrive clone kit.

Zenith Pro Kit

This the a href=”http://www.pedalpartsandkits.com/zenith/”>Zenith Pro Kit from Pedal Parts and Kits.com. It looks like you can get the kit with drilled or undrilled pedal box for $60-$70 US.

Zendrive clone kit

Here’s a video of the Zenith Zendrive clone in action:

MEK UK Zendrive Clone

MEK UK apparently had a Zendrive clone for sale a few years back. I don’t see it on their website currently, but Guitar Kid Builder has an old review of it. Maybe if you contact MEK UK directly, they can still get you one.

Zen Tone Overdrive

3PDT.com out of China has a full clone kit of sale for under $50 US. It includes all instructions for the build, case, parts, literally everything except for knobs. I have not been able to find a YouTube review of this pedal yet, but I was able to find a few favorable reviews of their kits on reddit. They seem to have a decent Klon Centaur clone kit for sale there as well.

The Zen Overdrive

Musikding.de has The Zen Overdrive kit for sale for 23 euros (which currently amounts to about $25 USD). Looks like costs vary depending how you want your kit configured. I was not able to find a video review of this pedal either, but there are plenty of them to the other pedal kits they sell. At this low pricepoint, it might be worth a try.

Conclusion

If you’re looking for a Zendrive clone or Dumble type guitar pedal there sure are a lot of options out there. While there are some great clone kits for sale that you can assemble yourself, just keep in mind that you’ll need to have basic electronics and soldering experience to put them together and troubleshoot any issues you have during the build.

While you might save a few bucks by getting a kit, it is interesting to note that you can get a comparable pedal completely ready to go out of the box for just $20 more. It looks like the Mooer and Hotone options are a great value for the money!

Electro-Harmonix Small Clone Analog Chorus Pedal

Electro Harmonix has been around a loooong time. The first guitar pedal I ever owned was an Electro Harmonix fuzz. That thing was indestructible! You’re lucky to find some of the original vintage effects on eBay from time to time, but many companies are now reissuing versions just as good as the old school gear. The Electro Harmonix Chorus is one of these reissue pedals.

This thing is awesome – check it out in this video review:

The Electro-Harmonix Small Clone Analog Chorus Pedal delivers luxurious analog chorus effects, a distinctive tone, and flexibility that sets it apart from similar guitar effects pedals. A depth switch and single rate knob make this an easy-to-operate stomp box. Simple tweaks generate exciting doubling effects, chiming 12-string-style sounds or Leslie-like warbles. Its solid nickel steel case replicates the highly collectible original. Operates on a 9V battery or AC adapter.

Like most guitar gear you can find this both new and used, here are some auctions ending soon live from eBay right now:

Electro Harmonix Small Clone EH 4600 Full-Chorus Pedal!

USD / 40.00 (1 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-24 19:18:26

ELECTRO HARMONIX EH CLASSICS SMALL CLONE CHORUS GUITAR EFFECT PEDAL

USD 75.00 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-26 20:29:48

Electro-Harmonix Small Clone Chorus Pedal

USD 82.20 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-23 18:42:31

Electro-Harmonix Small Clone Analog Chorus Pedal EFFECTS NEW - PERFECT CIRCUIT

USD 82.20 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-25 01:45:01

new Electro-Harmonix EH4800 Small Clone analog chorus guitar effect pedal

USD 82.20 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-26 04:18:03

Electro-Harmonix Small Clone Chorus Pedal

USD 171.61 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-21 13:49:45

Electro Harmonix Small Clone Chorus Analogue Guitar Pedal FX Effects Guitar

USD 149.73 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-22 07:35:16

Carl Martin DeLayla XL Delay Pedal

If you’re using digital effects – you haven’t seen squat until you’ve checked out this delay pedal!  The Carl Martin DeLayla XL Delay Pedal was designed and developed to have the same sonic quality as the original DeLayla and adds a second delay head for the ultimate in vintage slapback echo. The response of the second head can be fine-tuned, is controllable by footswitch, and can be blended with the first head. The Carl Martin DeLayla delivers warm, smooth delay and echo reminiscent of vintage tape units, but with modern features. The Delayla XL has a tap tempo and a built-in power supply.

Carl Martin Delayla XL Effects Pedal

USD / 413.00 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-24 00:51:24

Carl Martin Delayla Vintage Style Echo Tape Analog Delay Guitar Effect Pedal

USD / 169.00 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-26 09:30:41

Uni-Vibe Pedal Review

The Uni-Vibe guitar effect pedal was used on some of the most classic guitar recordings of all time by guitar players. It was made by the “Univox” company (hence the name Uni-vibe). They created the Uni-vibe pedal to emulate the sound of rotating speaker Leslie effect, like on a Hammond B3 organ. Did you know that the Uni-vibe guitar pedal was used on the following classic guitar songs?

Jimi Hendrix – Machine Gun, Star Spangled Banner, Hear my Train A Comin’
Grand Funk – Locomotion
Robin Trower – Bridge of Sighs, Day of the Eagle, Too Rolling Stoned
Breathe – Pink Floyd
some say it’s on “Who’s That Lady” by the Isley Brothers
Stevie Ray Vaughan has used it on some recordings for Hendrixy tones

Some songs like the Locomotion used the Uni-vibe on only the solo, the Robin Trower used it on nearly his entire album! Univox no longer makes the Uni-Vibe pedal. But sometimes you can find an original one on eBay – they’re a pricey, because they’re vintage effects. If you want the original equipment that Hendrix and Trower used, this is the only way to go (find used Univox Univibes).

Here’s what’s on eBay right now for original Univox Uni-vibe pedals:

Vintage Shin-Ei Companion Vibra Chorus Univibe type Effects Pedal Original!

USD / 1395.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-23 23:11:32

Having said that – there are may other reissue uni-vibe pedals, made by both mainstream and boutique guitar effects and pedal manufacturers. I’m going to show you some of the most popular ones.

The Dunlop Uni-vibe pedal gives you the classic chorus and tremelo sounds, the ones that will take you back decades. Here’s an image of the original Dunlop Uni-Vibe guitar pedal, the one that most people buy the controller foot pedal for (looks like a wah or volume pedal). Dunlop makes a stereo version that looks like this, model UV1SC.

dunlp uni-vibe pedal

This is what the non-stereo version of the Dunlop uni-vibe pedal (UV1) looks like. The chorus sound is a lot like the leslie rotating speaker effect. It’s more of a thick phased kind of sound. The tremelo (vibrator) moves the tone up and down in a cool combined way that is like no other effect.

dunlop uni-vibe pedal modern

Here are Dunlop uni-vibe pedals currently on eBay:

Dunlop Uni-Vibe UV1 Chorus/Vibrato Pedal, SOUNDS GREAT!

USD / 129.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-24 15:03:39

MXR M68 Uni-Vibe Chorus/Vibrato Pedal

USD 116.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-24 01:55:25

MXR by Dunlop M68 Univibe Chorus Guitar Pedal

USD 129.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-27 21:16:31

MXR M68 Uni-Vibe Chorus/Vibrato Pedal

USD 129.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-22 01:09:52

Dunlop Uni-Vibe® Chorus/Vibrato

USD 129.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-27 19:28:42

MXR Uni-Vibe Chorus / Vibrato Effect Pedal - Dunlop - M68 Univibe

USD 129.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-24 23:00:07

Dunlop MXR M68 Uni-vibe Chorus Vibrato Univibe Guitar Effect Pedal

USD 129.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-23 03:16:10

Dunlop M68 Guitar & Bass Accessories Uni-Vibe Chorus/Vibrato

USD 161.09 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-22 19:19:45

Uni-Vibe M68 Chorus/Vibrato Guitar Effects Pedal

USD 129.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-23 07:13:46

Dunlop UV-1 Uni Vibe Pedal With 18v Adapter-Excellent!!!

USD 179.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-22 18:35:45

One of the highest rated uni-vibe pedals on the boutique guitar pedal market right now is the Voodoo Lab “Micro Vibe” pedal. I haven’t heard a bad review of it yet. It gives unbelievable Gilmour Pink Floyd sounds. Some people like the fact that (unlike other vibe pedals) there are just 2 controls to fool with, making it less complex to use.

You can find it at the following places:
Voodoo Lab Micro Vibe at Musicians Friend
Voodoo Lab Micro Vibe at Amazon

Here are some current Voodoo Lab Micro Vibe pedals on ebay right now:

Voodoo Lab Micro Vibe - Uni-Vibe Effect

USD 149.00 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-27 13:38:28

Voodoo Lab Micro Vibe Pedal

USD 149.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-25 18:41:35

VOODOO LAB MICRO VIBE PEDAL - Brand New

USD 149.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-21 18:51:47

Brand New Voodoo Lab Micro Vibe Pedal Microvibe

USD 149.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-27 22:07:40

Voodoo Lab Micro Vibe Rotary Speaker Guitar Effect Pedal Uni-Vibe #29711

USD 99.00 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-25 05:34:06

Voodoo Lab Guitar & Bass Accessories Micro Vibe Effect Pedal

USD 185.49 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-22 19:59:53

Voodoo Labs Micro Vibe Pedal

USD 130.00 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-27 16:20:18

Voodoo Lab Micro Vibe Guitar Pedal

USD 149.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-23 18:20:15

Voodoo Lab Microvibe Effect Pedal

USD 149.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-21 21:03:15

Voodoo Lab Micro Vibe Authentic Pure Analog Vibe Electric Guitar Effect Pedal

USD 109.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-21 21:30:03

BBE makes a vibe pedal called the “BBE Soul Vibe” pedal. The Voodoo Lab micro vibe pedal is awesome, and probably my favorite – but it runs $149 nearly everywhere. I understand sometimes people want something “as good”, if they can get it for a cheaper price. You can get it for about $80 bucks at Musicians Friend, and about the same on Amazon. It has an internal trim pot that you can use to tweak your sound, some reviews I’ve read say that you can get great sounds without needing to use it, and others say you have to use the trim pot to get the best sound. I guess results may vary.

Here are some BBE Soul Vibe pedals currently on eBay:

BBE Soul Vibe Analog Univibe Effect Pedal for Guitars, Basses and Keyboards -EUC

USD 85.00 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-26 19:55:11

BBE Soul Vibe Rotary

USD 100.00 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-24 23:00:52

DLS Effects makes a pedal called the “Versa Vibe”. It’s the reverse of the BBE Soul Vibe, and if you’re looking for a vibe that has tons of customization controls, like the original Univox Uni-Vibe, this may be just what you’re looking for. Lots of people say this is a great one to get lots of analog sound, without clipping – like the vintage gear. It’s also got some new controls, like Wet-Dry, Bass Throb, etc. It even boasts the ability to get vintage Magnatone amp vibrato!

Here’s a link to the Versa Vibe on Amazon.

Here are Versa Vibe auctions currently live (if there are any):

The Roger Mayer Voodoo Vibe unit’s are about as pro as it gets. The Roger Mayer Voodoo Vibe is the choice of both Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page. These units have a chorus, tremolo, AND vibrato! This is an incredible vibe effects unit, but keep in mind it’s pro grade – and be prepared to drop $400-500 for one.

Here are Roger Mayer Voodoo Vibe’s currently on eBay (if there are any):

Roger Mayer Voodoo Vibe+ (Plus) Guitar Effects Pedal, Tremolo and Vibrato

USD 699.95 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-22 13:11:02

Roger Mayer TC Series Voodoo Vibe Pedal

USD 419.95 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-24 19:49:28

ROGER MAYER VOODOO-VIBE Jr Guitar Effect Pedal Analog Chorus Vibrato Japan F/S

USD 359.00 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-27 05:17:50

Fulltone is a BIG player in the boutique guitar market right now, and tons of guitarists revel in the dirt of their OCD distortion box. They make a pedal called the “Fulltone Mini Deja Vibe” that is purportedly a completely faithful reproduction of the Univox Univibe circuit! Another thing that unique is the fact that this is a 9 volt pedal, but the original univibe by Univox was an 18 volt circuit. Full tone uses a voltage doubling technique in it’s circuit so you can use a standard 9 volt adapter (or battery) – and it turns it into 18v!

I’ve seen 3 versions of the Fulltone Deja Vibe, one stereo, one not – in normal pedal fashion. But the MDV-2 version is different because it’s in the style of a volume/wah pedal – with the vibe controls on the side. Can you say awesome?!

Here are Fulltone Deja Vibe pedals currently on eBay now:

FULLTONE DEJA VIBE Uni-vibe/Chorus/Vibrato Guitar Effects Fx Pedal - DEJAVIBE!!

USD 299.00 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-27 17:43:36

PolyTune Guitar Pedal Review

The Polytune guitar pedal is getting rave reviews by all the musicians that I know (that have used it). It’s made by TC Electronics, and I first saw it when my friend picked one up at the local Guitar Center.

My lead singer was just saying the other day “I remember back in the day NONE of us had guitar tuners – we did it all by EAR, and all we had was a tuning fork!”. That’s probably why so much of the classic rock sounds like it does on record – huh?

What most people don’t understand is that most pedal tuners, like the Fender tuner pedal, and the cheap handheld Boss tuners – they’re just not very accurate at all. It’s like a scale that says you weigh 200lbs, when the doctor says you weight 204. It gets you into the ballpark, but it’s not very accurate.

In the past, professionals used what we call a “strobe tuner”, a very expensive thing that looked like an oscilloscope, or something you’d be doing medical tests with (lol). The PolyTune pedal is much more accurate than other tuning devices, more like a strobe tuner. It has this cool feature that I just love, you can strum all 6 strings at once, and it magically tells you which one(s) are out of tune. No more having to hit them one by one! It’s got a cool display, and this pedal has “true bypass”.

You can get for about a hundred bucks by clicking here….or maybe a little less, by using the auctions below the image.

TC Electronic PolyTune Poly-Chromatic Pedal Tuner

TC Electronic Polytune 2 Pedal Tuner

USD 69.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-25 02:33:15

TC Electronic Polytune Pedal Tuner

USD 33.00 (3 Bids) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-21 18:30:08

TC Electronic Polytune 2 Mini Guitar Pedal Tuner!

USD 50.00 (7 Bids) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-24 16:33:53

TC Electronic PolyTune Mini 2 Electric Guitar Tuning Pedal Poly Tune

USD 37.00 (3 Bids) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-23 19:02:43

NEW TC Electronic Polytune Noir Mini 2 Pedal Tuner

USD 84.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-25 01:18:49

TC Electronics Polytune 2 Guitar Tuner Pedal!

USD / 50.00 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-23 00:12:14

TC Electronic PolyTune Poly-Chromatic Tru-Bypass Pedal Tuner

USD 70.00 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-22 23:00:19

TC Electronic PolyTune Mini 2 Electric Guitar Tuning Pedal Pristine Condition!!!

USD / 60.00 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-24 03:55:51

TC Electronic Polytune 2 Pedal Tuner

USD 99.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-21 07:01:46

TC Electronic Polytune 3 Pedal Tuner

USD 99.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-26 22:20:10

Digitech RP80 RP90 Modeling Pedal Review

The Digitech RP80 is a very versatile guitar modeling pedal that you can get for a fraction of it’s original cost. I’ve owned this pedal for a couple years now and I bought it at the local music store for $89 – which I normally don’t do, but I had to have something the same day for a gig. I found out it was the same price online, so I saved shipping.

The “RP80” is what they call a “modeling” pedal, and it was the first one I ever owned. In the past I owned only traditional stomp boxes, like a flanger, a chorus, a distortion pedal, etc. I have to say when I first tried it out I was very disappointed. It took me hours and hours to find some settings that wouldn’t squeal in my amp and I never did quite get the crunch I wanted out of it. Eventually I settled for a blend of the “hot rod” amp model with my marshall overdrive for a signature tone that I used on stage for the last 2 years.

Little did I know at the time that the way I hooked up this pedal (the traditional “effects loop”) was completely wrong. I had no idea (because I never owned one), but modeling pedals aren’t designed to be combined with your overdrive signal in an amp. First of all, the effects loop takes the signal (in a marshall) and adds it to the preamp signal and overdrives it. What you usually put out of a modeling pedal is a pretty jacked up signal already overdrive and it takes the preamp so high it makes the amp squeal. Even if you take the signal down (the volume of the modeling pedal itself) it still can burn your preamp out over time. I burned my Marshall VS 265 Valvestate combo’s preamp by doing this over a year.

I just got my amp back from the repair shop and the tech there explained to me how I burned out the preamp after I told him how my rig was setup. So, when I got home instead of using the effects loop I plugged my guitar into the pedal, and the pedal directly into my clean channel. The sounds I got with just the pedal seemed so weak, I went online to see if anyone had figure out how to get the RP80 to product some top quality crunch. I love the crunch of the Marshall when I play (with the pedal off) the overdrive channels alone – but I wanted to see what this pedal could do.

After a little searching, lo and behold Digitech has an RP80 online community where people submit “patches”. Really it’s just the settings for the pedal to sound like certain guitar players. I tried a few settings that I wasn’t so impressed with, and then I ended up programming in 15 different patches to see which ones were best. I ended up with a killer blues hot rod deville sound, a great metal crunch, a nice dripping clean delay chorus, but the one that floored me was the one labeled Eddie Van Halen’s “brown sound”. I thought “there’s no way it will come close to EVH on Van Halen 1”, but I dialed it in anyway. I was so impressed that I played with that sound forever. I was like a kid in a candy store playing Panama, Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love, You Really Got Me, Unchained, Dance the Night Away, and on and on and on. I had never – ever, heard something so close to someone’s signature sound before.

Now that the RP80’s a couple years old you can get it for way less than half it’s original price on eBay, although there’s usually only a couple on at any given time. Here’s the eBay auctions listed right now for the Digitech RP80 modeling pedal:

DigiTech RP80 Effects Guitar Pedal AC Power Supply Excellent , manual *TESTED*

USD 49.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-24 19:01:15

Digitech RP80 Modeling Guitar Processor Pedal Untested Stock # E318

USD 35.00 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-24 17:49:04

DigiTech RP80 Multi Effects Modeling Guitar Processor Pedal

USD 49.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-24 14:35:05

DigiTech RP80 Modeling Guitar Processor with First Act Cord included

USD 40.79 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-24 20:01:49

DigiTech RP-80 Multi-Effects Guitar Effect Pedal Used1X In Box Excellent!

USD 49.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-22 00:37:32

3.342 Patches DIGITECH. RP50-RP80-R70-RP90-RP100A-RP200A-RP300A & 48.328 G.TAB

USD 14.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-24 20:13:52

3.342 Patches DIGITECH. RP50-RP80-R70-RP90-RP100A-RP200A-RP300A. Custom Tone

USD 12.03 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-24 20:00:25

Working DigiTech RP80 Guitar Effects Pedal Original AC cord Ship or Free Pickup

USD 54.00 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-23 01:47:18

HITACHI SORVALL RP80AT-354 Ultra Centrifuge Titanium Rotor 80,000RPM NICE!

USD 2480.00 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-24 18:23:04

POSTER: MOTORBONES - SKELETON MOTORCYCLE - BLACKLIGHT - #32685 RP80 O

USD 11.97 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-24 11:40:05

They don’t sell the RP80 anymore, but they do sell the “RP90”. It’s funny because in the first generation of these kind of pedals the names of the amp models obviously avoiding brand names just calling them “blackface”, “tweed”, “british stack”, etc. But now with the Digitech RP90 the come right out and say “Fender Tweed”, “Marshall Super Lead”, “Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier”, etc. I think they actually licensed the sounds. It’s probably part of the “AudioDNA2” processor in the new version.

You can see it in the stomp boxes included in the RP90, they list “Dunlop Cry Baby Way”, “Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer”, “Boss DS-1 Distortion”, etc. The second version has definitely come a long way – but the RP80 can get you some real good bang for your buck if you find a used one!

DigiTech RP90V Modleing Guitar Processor Effect Pedal

USD / 14.91 (1 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-23 00:43:02

NEW - ESV Gospel Transformation Study Bible Genuine Leather (Black) RP $90

USD 39.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-26 02:10:04

RP 90 pts! 1999 Von Strasser Diamond Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon wine, Napa

USD 69.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-21 15:46:44

tom rp90 rapids pro filter with uv sterilizer for aquariums

USD 338.40 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-27 09:24:48

DigiTech RP90 Wah Guitar Effect Pedal

USD 54.99 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-26 06:30:24

WILLIE MAYS Card RP #90 Giants 1954

USD 3.75 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-22 15:30:05

DELTA RP90 Lavatory And Shower Handle, Chrome

USD 10.31 (0 Bid) | Buy It Now
End time: 2017-10-21 14:35:34

KENNAMETAL 160C22RP90SP12CFP MILL,, NEW* #195541

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