DigiTech iPB-10 iPad Pedalboard (First Look)

Here’s an overview and demo of the new iPB-10 Programmable Pedalboard – the first iPad pedal board.

Features:

  • Users can drag and drop up to 10 different pedals, in any order, to each pedalboard, and can add an amp and cabinet to complete each setup.
  • It offers 87 different pedals, 54 amps, and 26 cabinets to choose from.
  • The iPB-10 uses multiple Audio DNA2 processors to provide no-latency signal processing with 24-bit A/D/A converters.
  • The iPB-10 will work without an iPad plugged in to it. The 2 digit LED display on the unit that indicates the current preset bank, though there is also a master volume knob on the back panel of the unit. (At this time users will not be able to edit, adjust, or save presets without an iPad.)
  • For those worrying about your iPad being damaged on the floor – You can connect the iPad to the DigiTech iPB-10 via an extension cable and mount the iPad on a mic stand.

The DigiTech iPB-10 is compatible with all models of iPad 2 & iPad. It’s available now for about $500.

via MusicRadar, Axetopia

15 thoughts on “DigiTech iPB-10 iPad Pedalboard (First Look)

  1. I don't agree. For me it makes sense if you already have an Ipad. I would prefer however that the ipad stays on a mic stand or so and that a conventional LED displays the actual settings. Anyway the main question is how does it sounds? Of course if your cup of tea is too have a full rainbow of boutique pedals, it's not something for you, but none pedalboard would fit either.

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  3. Typically, if we have to delete a post, it's because it was a personal attack.

    So, when you say something like this, it slips by:

    "Honest to Christ, I am so fucking sick of lofi/chip music. ffs. I'd rather drink my own urine than have to listen to any more of it.."

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  4. Typically, if we have to delete a post, it's because it was a personal attack.

    So, when you say something like this, it slips by:

    "Honest to Christ, I am so fucking sick of lofi/chip music. ffs. I'd rather drink my own urine than have to listen to any more of it.."

    But when you say something like that about another person or company, it's not going to slip by.

    PS: Hold off on that mug of urine!

    Urophagia can be really bad for your kidneys, especially when it's hot outside.

  5. So, will it not be a deal where you buy the rig, and in future have the option of endless app downloads from the app store?.

    I know all the gubbins is going on in the pedal, but surely it won't always be like that?.

    I'm waiting for the day when other guitar apps are available on it and it will just work.

    If that isn't the way they are thinking, it should be!.

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