RMC 3 setting Thread

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by analogjunkie, Jun 17, 2006.

  1. analogjunkie

    analogjunkie Member

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    I just got my RMC 3 and cant seem to find a "balls to the wall" setting on it.

    Ive started this thread to post/share written or picture settings on your RMC 3.

    Let the games begin!
     
  2. leofenderbender

    leofenderbender Supporting Member

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    Lo=9:00
    Mid=2:00
    Sweep=1,5,7 On
    Fine Tune=9/4
    Q=2:00
    Vol=Max
     
  3. leftyaxeslinger

    leftyaxeslinger Supporting Member

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    ooh. I'm going to dig this thread.

    Right now I have mine back at factory standard.

    Anyone know a good setting for humbuckers?
     
  4. UfoPilot

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    Mines still AT the factory! I've been waiting since May 7th...:nono
     
  5. Ned

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    i could actually use good settings for humbuckers...im trying to get my RMC3 to work with my Les Paul right now...could use some assistance!:crazy
     
  6. Miles Long

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    Mine doesn't sound good with buckers, a stock Vox knocked it off the board!:worried
     
  7. Creamy

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    The RMC3 is definately a tweaker's delight. Have you tried the different sample settings? What sound are you looking for? For my Les Paul, I use a variation of the THomas/USA setting. That gives me great flixibility between clean and overdriven sounds - which is what I was looking for, without being too biting or loosing warmth, like some other pedals. I'd suggest starting with a sample setting that you like, then playing with the Q and dip switches.
     
  8. dosmun

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    LO 1:00
    MID 12:00
    Q MAX
    VOL 1-2:00
    Fine 9/4
    SWEEP 4,5,6 on

    I started with theJHE/SRV/GEORGE LYNCH setting and tweaked from there.

    I use mainly Les Pauls into a Rivera M-60 or vintage Marshalls. I have gotten great comments from drummers and other guitar players on how good the wah sounds.
     
  9. analogjunkie

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    where are the 'fine tuners'

    I see 4 interernal knobs, 9 dip switches... where are the fine tuners?
     
  10. leftyaxeslinger

    leftyaxeslinger Supporting Member

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    I'm going to give this one a try.

     
  11. dosmun

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    The Fine tuners are those little metal screw head thingys left of the dip switches
     

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