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Digitech slash price of iStomp programmable pedal

Downloadable pedals now free too!

Digitech drop price of iStomp pedalsDigitech drop price of iStomp pedalsDigiTech has repriced its iStomp FX pedal, a stomp box that can be totally reprogrammed using an iOS device, to an ultra low price of just £49 inc VAT$49.95 – a saving of £110$100. Alongside the price reduction of the unit itself, all 47 available e-pedals (with the exception of the Adrian Belew artist e-pedal) are now free. 

Described by Dave Lockwood as "well conceived and well realised" in his June 2012 SOS review (http://sosm.ag/jun12-appworks), the iStomp can be completely reconfigured by loading it with any one of 47 e-pedals available via its iOS Stomp Shop App. Connect the iStomp to an iOS 4.3+ device using the included DigiTech Smart Cable to totally change effect in the iStomp.  Disconnect the Smart Cable and you’re ready to use your iStomp just like you would any traditional pedal.

Available e-pedals include various overdrives, distortions, pitch shifters, delays, an acoustic simulation - even a Lexicon Hall reverb. 



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