RMC 4 - Picture Wah Gold Sparkle

Around 28 years ago, Geoffrey Teese was busy repairing original Italian and English wah-wah pedals, shortly after the V-847 was released and the old broken stuff started coming out of closets around the world. Every single wah pedal that Geoffrey got his hands on he metered and logged into a database.

Back in July of 2001, Real McCoy Custom released their version of a blueprinted vintage Italian Picture Wah. Now, 21 years later, RMC releases their latest version of the RMC4/PICTURE WAH, housed in a Gold Sparkle finish.

Inside you'll find free-standing Switchcreaft jacks, true-bypass on/off switch, double-clad circuit board, rugged RMC ROC-POT, and tight tolerance componentry. The RMC4/Picture Wah features theunder the rocker toggle switch to change the seep contour and EQ.

This RMC4/Picture Wah is a fuzz friendly PRECISION FWR with Metal film resistors and integrated FOXROX ELECTRONICS FWR circuit.

You can see and hear the chrome topped PICTURE WAH on the DVD "Santana - Live At Montreaux 2011". The circuit inside Carlos' wah is PRECISION FWR.

Incuctor: Low noise
RFI Filtering: Yes
EMI Filtering: Yes
Current Draw: <10mA

AC adapter reauires a 5.5/2.1 mm coax plux with a negative center post, 9VDC AC regulated Class II, 20mA to 200 mA max current output.

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  • RMC4 Picture Wah
  • Gold Sparkle
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Austin Guitar House

Austin, TX, United States
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