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RMC Wizard Wah

 
Part RMC1, part PICTURE WAH, the WIZARD WAH sounds like nothing else, with extended sweep range, rich, yet tight lows, smooth mids, a natural sounding top end, and a slight overall boost. Unlike the RMC1, the WIZARD WAH is designed to work with most any pickup configuration and any amp gain structure. - Just like all RMC wahs, the WIZARD WAH is designed and built by Geoffrey Teese and includes licensed fuzz-friendly technology (as of October 2006), true-bypass, easily adjustable rocker tension (as of October 2006), and AC adapter jack, and is covered by our limited one year warranty.


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The smoothest sounding wah you can buy featured

Ease Of Use Until the last 15 or so years, wah pedals had really not seen much in terms of advancements or change. You just stomped on it and it turned on, you did your thing, then stomped again and it turned off. These days, you have optical wah's, wahs with boosts, wahs with EQ's, signature series artist wahs...just a lot of types of wahs to choose from. The Wizard wah it just like your classic crybaby wah in terms of function. You step on it to turn it on, rock it back and forth to rotate the pot, and step on it again to turn it off. There are no knobs to turn or fiddle with or DIP switched to toggle, just a classic wah in its functionality. Now getting good at using a wah in a song or solo is another story. It takes practice to get your wah technique down, but that is just inherent in all wahs. So the Wizard wah is a simple, easy to use wah.


Sound My main guitars are a Gibson Les Paul and a Fender Eric Johnson Strat. My main amp setup is an Egnater Mod 50 head with the Bassman and SL2 modules through either a Mesa or Marshall 4x12 cab. This is where the Wizard and really all RMC wahs shine. Aside from their red and blue cases, they look the same as any Dunlop Crybaby wah. But they sound totally different. The Wizard wah is perhaps the smoothest wah I have ever tried. When I say smoothest, I am refering to the sound. The combination of components is such that the wah never enters into the real piercing frequency range that crybabys do when in the down position. The tone really doesn't get much brighter than your natural guitar tone in the all the way down position. In the up position, You get this really nice kinda low pass filter tone that I just love. I usually end up accidentally leaving the pedal in that position cause it just sounds so good. So like most wahs you can use this as kinda a tone filter, as well as for the wah motion. It sounds great with clean but I think this wah really excels with distortion and for solos. So if you are looking for a wah with an exceptionally smooth sweep, this is the ticket!


Reliability These are all handmade and are built to last. If you have any problems with them, you can send them back to RMC and they will take care of you.


Customer Support Never had to deal with the company.


Liked about it Exceptionally smooth sweep and tone
Handmade
Cool red case


Didn't like Expensive


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By Severinsteelsmit
Dec 23, 2009
 
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