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I love this thing so much! It's hard to describe how it differs from the standard Big Muff; the fuzz is a little less thick (I mean that in the best way possible!). Just go look it up. The circuit in this thing is apparently nearly identical to the Bass Big Muff.
I use it to pretend to be Dan Auerbach...it's surprisingly versatile for other sounds/styles, though!
this was the first big muff I ever owned circa '96.... I gutted mine and built another effect into the box. I had the intact and function PCB in the wooden box for a long time and recently I took it out and housed it in a spare box... plugged her in and Is till hate this pedal. This is one of the worst sounding muffs. I've realized I don't actually like big muffs, but even going past that distaste these black Russian muffs sound like ass.
Dirty? Yes. Fuzzy? Can be. Distortion? Yes. Sustain? Insane!!
one of the best dirt pedals ever. not quite a fuzz, not quite an overdrive, not quite a distortion, but more of a mix of all of that in one with some outrageous sustain. Simply, I've got a ton of people listening to me play and wondering how im getting that really intense and then really gentle distorted sound that can get extremely fuzzy too. And when I say it's from the same pedal it blows people's minds. So glad I grabbed one of these back in the mid 2000s when they were 50 bucks and considered a cheaper, shittier version of the Big Muff. My my my how they were wrong.
Best Muff for me?
I have went through numerous fuzz pedals trying to find the right one and this is the one I have stuck with the longest. I love this thing! I stacked it up against all the other Muffs and Muff clones I've had several times and it just kills all of them. It's big and rich with a smoother top end and more low end compared to normal Big Muffs. So what if it doesn't have a 9v input? So what if it's big and clunky? Considering how good of a sound you can get out of it, It's well worth it!
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