#1
Trying this again..

I'm mainly going to be using it for Jerry Cantrell type of leads, just slow stuff with lots of expression. It looks like he used one of those Dunlop Hendrix wah's a couple of years ago in a guitar world, but those get horrible reviews, so go figure. What do you guys think? A lot of people say Fulltone/RMC, but somehow I never get the feeling those sound much like an old crybaby, but maybe i'm just not too experienced with them

Thoughts?
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#2
RMC wheels of fire would work really well me thinks.
or get one of those cheap crybabies and mod it to hell.
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#5
dunlop slash signature wah
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#6
Quote by ILiKePiNeAppLeS
RMC Picture


How does it handle medium-high gain sounds?
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#7
Quote by dcdossett65
How does it handle medium-high gain sounds?

pretty decently, but they have other wahs more geared towards that sound. check out there website for thorough clips of all there wahs.
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#8
Quote by dcdossett65
How does it handle medium-high gain sounds?


The other RMC wahs handle high gain better. For clean to medium gain, the Picture is awesome though.
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#9
Quote by mmolteratx
The other RMC wahs handle high gain better. For clean to medium gain, the Picture is awesome though.


Is this the RMC wizard? The RMC1-3 seem to be low gain types of wahs.
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#10
Quote by dcdossett65
Is this the RMC wizard? The RMC1-3 seem to be low gain types of wahs.


The RMC3 can handle anything with tweaking. Some people find it a bit overwhelming though and don't like how long it can take to dial in their perfect wah tone. The RMC1 and 2 are tweaked Clyde McCoys that handle a bit higher gain and sound a bit sweeter. The new RMC1s have been tweaked further to work better with humbuckers as well. The Wizard is the one he advertises as his high gain wah and it works great. The Wheels of Fire is based on an old Macari and has more low end and less high end. My choice would be an RMC3 because it can do anything and Teese will help you find your perfect settings.
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