RMC wah recommendations please

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by rowla, Apr 23, 2008.

  1. rowla

    rowla Supporting Member

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    I have try all 6 models, for my best solo is RMC6 WHEELS OF FIRE
     
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    shallbe Deputy Plankspanker Gold Supporting Member

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    Huge fan of the Wheels of Fire wah. The best wah I have ever used for live work. It is fat and jumps out of the mix. It excells at distorted wah tones.
     
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    I also enjoy my WOF wah works great for cutting through higher gained tones.
     
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    thanks everyone, there were no Teese wahs around for a while last month. I believe production stopped while they moved locations.

    I picked up WoF : )
     
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    wingwalker Fuzzy Guitars

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    Well, what do you think of it???

    The WOF is a killer wah...when I went wah shopping I got to try all the Teese wahs at one time (except the RMC1) and I ended up leaving with a picture wah but I will be getting a WOF soon enough, either that or an RMC3

    EDIT: Since making this post I have changed my mind about what the best wah for me and I no longer use RMC wahs.
     
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  8. rowla

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    Sorry mate I've got now idea how it sounds as I sold my soul along with my speakers to fund a pair of Scumback M75s and I've got another month to wait for build and delivery.:crazy

    In the time since casting off my old speakers I've also bought a Throbak ODB and am sizing up a Si/Ge dual fuzz face right now.

    There's nothing like not being able to play to fuel GAS, I'm driving myself nuts.
     

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