Win A $500 DigiTech iPB-10 Programmable Pedalboard

This week, the Stereogum prizewagon is giving out a tricked-out, programmable DigiTech iPB-10 Programmable Pedalboard. To enter, you need be a fan of Stereogum on Facebook and comment with your favorite guitar-heavy track from 2011 via Facebook Connect (do not use your ‘Gum user account on this post — we’ll have to be able to check if you are a fan of Stereogum on FB when the sweepstakes ends). US entrants only. The sweepstakes ends Monday, 12/16 at 12 AM EST, and we’ll pick a winning entrant randomly.

A quick description:

The DigiTech iPB-10 Programmable Pedalboard contains $50,000 worth of music equipment for nearly a fraction of the cost. Simply connect your iPad to the IPB-10 and together professional sound is recreated to stunning effect in a basement, garage or makeshift studio.

Users can design a pedalboard simply by dragging and dropping up to 10 different pedals to each pedalboard with an option to add an amp or cabinet to each setup. With 87 different pedals, 54 amps, and 26 cabinets to choose from, the options are virtually unlimited. Save up to 100 pedalboards with the touch of a finger, and instantly recall them with the stomp of a foot.

For those who gotta know the specs, we threw a shot of the board’s input and output panel, as well as a video demo, after the jump.


Win A $500 DigiTech iPB-10 Programmable Pedalboard (BACK)

Demo:

Lately, we’ve been having trouble contact people via Facebook messaging, so make sure to check your “Other” messaging folder in a couple of weeks.

 
Comments (272)
  1. Die – Girls

    DAT RIFF

  2. Opeth, “Slither.”

  3. my favorite guitar-heavy track from 2011 was “East Station Attendant” by Gold-Bears

  4. BRIAN KRAKOW — SUMMER CAMP #MYSO-CALLEDLIFE

  5. Pains of Being Pure at Heart – “Heaven’s Gonna Happen Now”

  6. Will Haven – Harvesting Our Burdens. Now give me the pedal. Please and thank you.

  7. Mastodon- “Dry Bone Valley”

  8. Kyle J. Reigle  |   Posted on Dec 12th, 2011 -1

    “Angel Is Broken” by Atlas Sound.

  9. Red Fang – “Malverde”

  10. Black Keys- Gold on the Ceiling

  11. The Black Keys – “Lonely Boy”

  12. “‘Arlandria” -Foo Fighters

  13. yuck – operation

  14. Tough decision – it’s gotta be something from The Black Keys’ El Camino, I’m gonna have to say “Gold on the Ceiling” is probably my overall favorite.

  15. Why isn’t anyone picking “Gold Cobra”??

    Mine is We Were Promised Jetpacks, “Circles and Squares”

  16. White Limo – Foo Fighters!

  17. Black Keys – Lonely Boy

  18. Mastadon- Dry Bone Valley

  19. “Art of Almost” – Wilco. That outro!!!!

  20. Byrds of Paradise – Spring

  21. Manchester Orchestra – Virgin

  22. since I’d use it with my ukulele instead of a guitar, I’m guess I should put in a ukulele song.
    Powa- Tune-yards

  23. California- EMA

  24. The Devil You Know – Anthrax

  25. Whirring by The Joy Formidable.

  26. Running Tab of Sweetness – East of the Wall

  27. The Black Keys – “Lonely Boy”

  28. Bass Drum of Death – Get Found

  29. thurston moore — circulation

  30. The Flaming Lips – “I Want to Get High, But I Don’t Want Brain Damage”

  31. Mogwai- Rano Pano

  32. Megadeth-Public Enemy #1

  33. “Destroywhitchurch.com” by Future of the Left

  34. Wilco – Art of Almost

  35. Gotta say Lonely Boy the Black Keys, especially since it uses a Whammy pedal (or something like it)

  36. Wilco – Art of Almost

  37. Twin Sister – “Gene Ciampi”

  38. Foo Fighters – Arlandria

  39. Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks “Stick Figures In Love”

  40. Umphrey’s Mcgee- Booth love

  41. Cruel by St. Vincent

  42. Liturgy – “Generation”

  43. Wild Flag- Romance

  44. Die – Girls

  45. It has to be:

    Bridge Burning – Foo Fighters

  46. Raider II – Steven Wilson

  47. born to lose – the devil wears prada

  48. Band of Skulls – The Devil Takes Care of His Own

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