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Re: The RMA drawing board/etc.

Wed Oct 14, 2020 9:21 am

Eivind August wrote:What's the sound source in this vid?


Akai Timbre wolf, all four oscillators in unison on a held note and ever so slightly detuned from one another (in addition to different filter settings, some of which are quite resonant). I can take a picture of the panel if anyone is interested..

I appreciate the positive feedback everyone!

Re: The RMA drawing board/etc.

Wed Oct 14, 2020 9:23 am

I had a lot of fun with that one that was in the tourbox. :)* :love:

Re: The RMA drawing board/etc.

Wed Oct 14, 2020 10:38 am

Eivind August wrote: Definitely worth one third of a certain automated reverb to my ears. :joy:

yar, yer not going to be seeking too too much in the way of reverb embellishment when yer drone is grinding through that beastie :animal: :thumb:

Re: The RMA drawing board/etc.

Fri Feb 12, 2021 2:44 am

I managed to score 3 RMA pedals last year, and every one's a keeper :thumb: Now I have more pedals from RMA than any other builder besides Boss haha

Any rough ETA on more Stone Splitters, like within a season? Want to make sure I can aim to have some funds available if so, I love analog octavers

Re: The RMA drawing board/etc.

Fri Feb 12, 2021 9:58 am

Never wrote: Now I have more pedals from RMA than any other builder besides Boss haha


I suggest this should be Curtis's new slogan:

RMA, the new Boss!

Re: The RMA drawing board/etc.

Fri Feb 12, 2021 12:06 pm

Chankgeez wrote:RMA, the new Boss!


:lol: :thumb: :thumb:

These hunks of metal *are* equally indestructible, I think. If I were going to fend off an intruder and all I had were guitar pedals, I'd be reaching for the RMA

Re: The RMA drawing board/etc.

Sat Feb 13, 2021 4:11 pm

Never wrote:Any rough ETA on more Stone Splitters, like within a season?


Rough ETA of Spring 2021, so like, 1.5 years past my original target. :erm:

I'm flummoxed by a single issue with these that only really affect things if you're after a sort of clean cut realism approach.. which of course means I'm probably spinning my wheels for no actually practical reason. Such is life.

Regarding structural integrity of the builds, it delights me to hear such compliments. I have re-housed one early build which suffered the business end of a table flip, but have since increased the gauge of metal used. I don't think the steel is actually much more robust than aluminium shells (which are thicker) but the failure mode is a lot more gentle .

I'm overdue for some updates, but cannot stand the notion of rolling those out before I've caught up with earlier statements. Thanks for the nudge!!

Chankgeez wrote:
Never wrote: Now I have more pedals from RMA than any other builder besides Boss haha


I suggest this should be Curtis's new slogan:

RMA, the new Boss!


Hahahahahaha, no. I'm too fond of Roland in general to start taking swings. Plus, they really have me at a disadvantage with regards to output capability.

Re: The RMA drawing board/etc.

Sun Feb 14, 2021 1:56 pm

I'll build you a factory? :lol: :snax: :hug:

Re: The RMA drawing board/etc.

Sun Feb 14, 2021 2:54 pm

Chankgeez wrote:I'll build you a factory? :lol: :snax: :hug:


I will gladly use a factory built, so long as there are no bean counters breathing down my neck. :animal:
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