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Discussion in 'Pedals' started by snaredrum, May 6, 2016.
as per title, basically. Muffs are ace, let's talk.
Alright,brother...ole Billy G. has that ole Muff ( Im assuming )tone in some sections of " Im Bad,Im Nationwide ".....any idea of what type he may have or may not have used?
Do you remember the Love Muffin pedal that was your's then Batman's and now mine? It's supposed to be a G2 clone, but I hear muff.
Im a lowly noob with a normal E/H muff, nothing special. But niether is my playing
nothing quite like a big muff
If i take the rubber feet off a muff and replace them with velcro will it affect ma toanz?
This little heartbreaker stands alone with me. For tone, I'd take it over a Triangle, no doubt and no s#it. ...of course, for the history and value, I'd take the Triangle. ...but then again, there were many less of the Finales made.
I dunno if we are specifically talking EXH Muff's or the circuit or what, but basically Abominable Electronics has a Green Russian clone that is beastly:
Green Russian Hail Satan! Big Muff · Abominable Electronics · Online Store Powered by Storenvy
I have a real soft spot for the Russian Muffs, but recently got into the Ram's Gate vibe when playing on a mates clone. I still don't quite get the difference between the Rams Gate and the Civil War but either are very cool and I find a little more understated than your average muff.
I love them when I wanna mix things up.
yep, the G2 is basically a tweaked muff circuit. Crazy sound!
The G2 is a Muff but with some tweaked component values and a buffer.
In essence, it uses lower gain transistors, germanium diodes and the tonestack is not as mid-scooped.
So, lower gain and smoother with more mids.
on the slide parts? it could be a muff.
your tone will get better by at least 23%
trust me. i don't do science.
The civil war version through a JC-120 and a Blackface Fender simultaneously is my tonal Everest. Technicolor fuzz. I could never get the Green Tank version to work for me. Love old ones but I don't want to wreck them live. Plus, IMO, they only work one way: dimed.
Quoted for 2 truths. . .
Bah, semantics. I think it's the greatest grit pedal I've ever played. So much low end, but no mud to speak of. Even with basic chords.
I'm really glad it didn't work out for either of you.
I get it next after you, right???!
the custom muff pedals both Batman and I use don't even have external sustain knobs. they're internally dimed.
i had a fuzz bear (or bear fuzz, i can never remember) that i absolutely loved, but that feed back and oscillation just proved to much for me.
shaped after i think an mkII?
nice and fat.
And what a wicked pedal that is!
Based on a 1976-77 Big Muff (basically a V2 Ram's Head with BC239 transistors), no sustain pot (internal trim pot on mine) and wired as always on as it lives in switcher. The stomp switch is a volume circuit defeat so you can immediately switch from volume rolled back rhythm to full volume lead.
It is much more articulate and less bassy than a current production USA Big Muff.