Talk me into getting a RMC-3 Wah...

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  1. Bees

    Bees Member

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    Trying... to... resist...
     
  2. meterman

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    Do it!! Best wah I've ever played, have an older one w SOD inductor and used to have an LE w/ Halo inductor, both incredible sounding and as versatile a wah as I would ever need...plus Geoffrey Teese' customer service when I needed it was exceptional. What else is out there that even comes close?? :)
     
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    You've come to the wrong place if you're trying to resist anything.
     
  4. nlopez

    nlopez Silver Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Hah! He's just looking to shug off the responibility for getting it on us. Sounds good to me. :dude
     
  5. Curly

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    futile ... to ... resist
     
  6. jimfog

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    Maybe this will help????

    I have a brand new one up in the Emporium right now, because I found all the choices overwhelming.

    They ALL sounded awesome, but it was just too much....I'm a simple man!
     
  7. carljoensson

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    Great sounds in there - sure! But I've found there to be a lot of bad sounds within that wah as well. Too many options, too much hazzle opening it up tweaking... I should have kept the RMC2 instead. It sounded great, was tweakable in an eeeasy way. I wouldn't hesitate buying a Teese-wah, but the RMC3...hmm. /C (still got it though, set for some factory setting, RMC1 ? I've forgotten now)
     
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    theres' one in the youtube vid in my sig.
     
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    if you're rich, do it

    if not, be a cheapo like me and get a weeping demon, i'll tell you a secret, the demon has a silver sticker under it w/ upper and lower limit pots...
     
  11. meterman

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    anybody know why GT took the RMC3 settings page off of the website, and did anyone save a copy they could email me? Thanks
     
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    i'm looking for those settings, the rio bravado setting specifically... want to see if i can reproduce that w/ my weeping demon
     
  13. Cory

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    DO IT!!!!! I've got one and I love it. I beats having to have a bunch of different wahs laying around and it sounds killer to boot. I like the fact that you can tweak it to get it to sound pretty much exactly like you want!
     
  14. meterman

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    LOL yeah I've pretty much set mine one on setting for the past few years...the presets that used to be on the site were great starting points and then you could tweak for your rig...I recently tweaked mine for the heck of it and there is quite a big range of sounds in it.....the idea of having several good voicings available on an external knob is cool too especially for live playing, hmmm may have to check out the RMC2....
     
  15. Cory

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    I've got the settings saved that were on the teese website. PM me and I'll get them to you.
     
  16. Jon C

    Jon C Silver Supporting Member

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    i hear ya but, you know, i just picked one i liked and I've left it there for about 4-5 yrs.

    GREat wah IMO.

    cheers,
    jc
     
  17. mcuguitar

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    Teese to me = average quality. I sold mine, and I am so much happier with my Fulltone Clyde, and I'm not even a Mike fan!
     

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