Sunface NKT > RMC3 or RMC3 > Sunface NKT?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by frmorales52, Apr 19, 2008.

  1. frmorales52

    frmorales52 Member

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    Hi all,
    I just got a new Analogman Sunface NKT and I've finally got a need for a pedalboard. So I'm setting one up and trying out pedals in different orders. Anyway, I think I like the Sunface in front of the Wah. When I've got the wah in front of the sunface it's much noisier and I get a lot of hiss. But when I've got the Sunface in front of the wah I get a little less fuzz - which I can compensate for - but a lot less hiss (btw My Wah has the foxrox wah retrofit)

    I was wondering how other users of these two pedals order them and why.

    Thank,
    SFfranky
     
  2. wingwalker

    wingwalker Fuzzy Guitars

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    I like my wah first...

    FWIW, I use an RMC4 and an NKT 275 AnalogMan Fuzz face
     
  3. improv4

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    I seem to get a much better response from the wah when it's before the fuzz (this is when both are engaged). I don't get too much hiss with this set up. Also, I can still roll back the guitar's volume to control the fuzz.
    Good luck with your new set up. I'm also looking to build a board soon; I can't wait to get everything together.
     
  4. this1smyne

    this1smyne Member

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    check my sig. RMC2 instead of 3, and sunlion instead of sunface, i just like the wah into the fuzz....
     
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  6. Lolaviola

    Lolaviola Supporting Member

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    Have you tried to tinker with the action of the pedal to reduce the hissy part of the wah.
     

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