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DigiTech BP200 Bass Multi-Effects Processor with Expression Pedal


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  • Amp and Cabinet Modeling
  • 10 Effects at Once
  • Rhythm Trainer 30 patterns
  • Chromatic Tuner
  • 40 User, 40 Factory Presets
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 2.5 x 9 inches ; 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B0002GUC14
  • Item model number: BP200 Bass Signal Processor
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,490 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 13, 2004

Product Description

The DigiTech BP200 is powered by AudioDNATM DSP processing, whic provides 16 bass amp and stompbox models and a host of other effects (22 total) for creating your own signature sound. The built-in expression pedal can be assigned to control your choice of parameters in real time. The built-in Rhythm Trainer is a great tool for polishing up your timing with your choice of different patterns, tempo, and adjustable volume level. The DigiTech BP200 comes with 40 great Factory/40 User Presets and a built-in chromatic tuner. The rear panel features a single 1/4' input, a 1/4' TRS stereo output, 1/8' stereo headphone output and a 1/8' stereo Jam-A-LongTM input. DigiTech BP200 Features Full Featured Bass Amp Modeling Processor Includes both Bass Amplifier and Stompbox Models Cabinet Modeling Fretless Simulator 24Bit A/D/A Converters 9 Fully Programmable Effects at a Time 6-Character Alpha Numeric Display Headphone Output Fully Programmable Chromatic Tuner 40 User/40 Factory Presets Rhythm Trainer (30 patterns) Simple Knob/Matrix Interface Stereo TRS Output Jam-A-Long Input Built-In Expression Pedal Rugged Cast Aluminum Chassis Effects List Fretless Simulator Wah Compressor 3-band EQ Noise Gate Auto Swell Chorus Flanger Phaser Vibrato Pitch Shift Detune WhammyTM Octavider Synth TalkTM Envelope Filter Analog Delay Ping Pong Delay Reverb

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It sounds great whether I am just jamming with friends or if I am recording.
Franklin F. Smith
The Digitech BP200 is easier to use, with its simple up and down scrolling through 40 preset effects, which you can also adjust and save to 40 additional presets.
Steven Gorman
Some of the sounds are very similar, but I've found about a half dozen that I use every time I play.
D. Sillitti

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By B. L. Bird on May 19, 2008
Within it's class and price range, I'm giving it a five.
You'll end up paying a good 500-600$ to find anything better.

This has to be the quietest multi-fx I've ever used. Even the fuzz-wah doesn't give background hiss cranked up on my system. Except the buttons, it's all metal and pretty solid.

You can't edit effect parameters with the computer.

The pedal distance is pretty short and there's almost no resistance to it.

As has been said elsewhere, the fretless has quite a lag to it. Not useless, just a lag to get used to.

For the money, no hiss, metal body, a good selection of flavors, basic (and effortless to get going) drums and a pedal that can be assigned to about every parameter I can find.
It's the best unit in this price range, period.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Steven Gorman on December 1, 2009
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This is a good tool at a good price. I had a Behringer Bass V-Amp and found it harder to use, with its 4 banks of effects. The Digitech BP200 is easier to use, with its simple up and down scrolling through 40 preset effects, which you can also adjust and save to 40 additional presets. Some of the presets are just too downright weird and distorted to actually use, but there are at least 10 that I have found so far that are useful to me. For that, it has been a worthwhile purchase. Plus, I am now starting to tweak my favorite presets, and saving them to new preset locations. It takes a while to get to know all the presets and how they react to tweaking, so you have to take your time getting to know this device, and it will get more useful to you.

This is a great tool to have in your practice room. With just one device you have a tuner, a basic drum machine, and all the effects. Plus a volume pedal (can be programmed for other functions too), which can come in handy when you need a quick boost. Its metal case seems sturdy, but I wrap in in a towel before throwing it in my gig bag, to protect the knobs and the finish.

One thing I have found is that I use different presets for home practice than I do for band practice or gigs. What may sound kind of perfect and smooth at home actually gets lost in a band setting. And what sounds too harsh and edgy at home actually sounds good in a band setting. With all the extra volume in a band, a more punchy bass sound actually helps cut through all the noise.

I have not noticed any noise or hum when using this product. It is very quiet. The only time you hear a little slight "clicking" is when you actually turn the control knobs when making an adjustment.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By D. Sillitti on April 20, 2010
I bought this about a month and a half ago from Guitar Center, and I haven't regretted the purchase. Some of the sounds are very similar, but I've found about a half dozen that I use every time I play. Given that buying separate pedals would have run me somewhere in the neighborhood of $400, this is a downright steal. That being said, I'm currently only a hobbyist, so I'm not out playing gigs on this or anything. I'd recommend picking one up so that you can figure out what sort of effects you like on the cheap, and then make a slower investment into better pedals if you decide to take your act out into the world.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Franklin F. Smith on March 1, 2009
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I have used this pedal for a long time. I recently went to go jam and this thing was going crazy. It sounded crazy and the display was going all wild and I could not fix it. It has worked fine for years, and does everything I need it to, so I bought another one. Sure, I could have upgraded and gotten something else for my next pedal setup but I am really happy with this one. It is very intuitive to use and flexible. It sounds great whether I am just jamming with friends or if I am recording. It is great. 5 Stars.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By garmenteros on November 28, 2011
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I bought this used for a friend here for 79.99. I would not get this unit new for its going street price of 149.99. Its got access to a lot of different sounds but each of those sounds isn't exactly too adjustable. Good for getting yourself into effects for the first time, but I wouldn't consider it for live serious gigging.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A. Bakke on June 4, 2010
I used a BP200 for about 8 years, recently selling it. At the time I bought it, it perfectly fit my needs, but I eventually outgrew it. However, as long as you fit the intended audience for this pedal (digital multi-effects for home/practice usage on a budget) it is more than sufficient. Just don't expect to keep it forever, it will make a good hand-me-down to a novice bassist.

The biggest benefit of this pedal is that it packs a lot of features in for not a lot of money. It has all of the most commonly used effects (reverb, chorus, delay, wah, envelope filter, flanger, and phaser) as well as several less common (fretless and synthtalk). The delay and reverb can be used in conjunction with one other effect. As well, there are a good number of amp and cabinet models to choose from. The expression pedal can be assigned to nearly any parameter that you would want to change in real time.

In my usage, I used few of the features with any regularity: compression, EQ, amp and cabinet modeling, reverb, and volume. The compressor was a disapointing 2-knob (level and post-gain) with fixed threshold and no feedback as to gain reduction. Because of this, I just set the effect low, and hoped it would work. I would have traded crossover frequency (which I never used) for the ability to set my own threshold on monitor the level. The EQ and amp settings are linked, with the amp type determining the frequency bands. Both settings have middling sound, and didn't seem to add much to my tone, only subtract from it less.
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