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Sound Quality

Most of the default programs are weak, but can sound quite good if you take the time to figure out how to dial them up. I use my RP-10 with a Peavey combo and get great sounds from it, leaving the amp settings at half all across the board and doing all processing within the RP-10. I also record straight-to-desk with it, although it can get noisy sometimes, calling for an outside noise gate.

Reliability/Durability

In the five years I've used this thing I've only had one problem with it where it broke down during a practice. the next day it worked fine though and has never given me any other problems.

General Comments

The RP-10 has a special place in my heart, even though I am about to upgrade to a newer unit. I will keep it even then, because it has a lot of useful aspects that I continue to utilize, such as the diversity in sounds. You can get 'heavy metal' to 'lazy country' to church choir guitar and back. Plenty of options to choose from.




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