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I haven't really messed around with the tone creater all that much. I know enough to make a distortion, clean, and acoustic tone. I was making a custom today and the tone calls for a wah wah pedal. In the beginning of the song it's open but then after awhile the wah wah pedal is supposed to close. How would I do this in game?? Also does anyone know a good piano tone?? Also I have another song where both guitars need to emulate strings (violin, viola, and cello type stuff) during the verses. Anyone know how I can accomplish this??

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A wah pedal is really just a fancy equalizer, so as long as the open and closed wah tones could be done with two separate RS tones then you'll be able to do it.Unless I'm mistaken, a closed wah is very similar to an EQ pedal with the higher frequencies boosted, while the opposite is true when it's in the open position. So just use one of the EQ pedals in RS to dial them in. One tone for the closed position, and another for the open position.Make sense?

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