For well over four decades I've been a working guitarist. Because of this one simple fact all of my wah models so far have been geared towards guitars. Well, I became a working bassist in 2009 and realized that I needed a unique bass wah to compliment my playing. To make sure I helped real bassists, and not just depend on my own guitarist-turned-bassist indulgences, I started working with professional bass players around the world to find what it was they wanted in a wah pedal.
To all of those remarkable players, and to all you bassists reading, I dedicate my RMC9-Bass Eqwahlyzer.
RMC9 starts off with a great bass wah sound (the wah envelope extends
down below 100Hz) and expands from there. A small toggle switch located
under the rocker lets you
the overall resonance of the wah effect from normal to enhanced.
The tone-shaping capability continues with the switchable 5-band graphic
the front slope of the case.
The EQ is within the wah circuit, only available when the
is turned on, and then only if you want the EQ to be on. You can
shape your bass wah sound like you've always wanted to, all in real-time.
US MSRP: $269
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