Same silky smooth violin-like sustain and creamy tone that made the legendary 1970 Big Muff Pi famous. This little brother displays its heritage proudly. Same circuitry in a compact die-cast box.
|Classic Fuzz In A Pedalboard Friendly Enclosure|
|Product Experience||I own it||Closest Store||Oshawa Ontario|
|Got this fuzz after seeing a local band play with a Russian big muff and this thing has become my main fuzz now... with the volume up sustain at a bit over noon and tone rolled back a bit it has a nice thick but ripping sputtery fuzz sound that makes your tube amp rumble... For the price tag and the great size it is unbeatable...|
Posted by Logan on Apr 26, 2013
|Little Big Muff|
|Product Experience||I own it||Closest Store||Mississauga Ontario|
|Great Fuzz pedal. Classic Pink Floyd, Hendrix sounds with some tweaking. Good build quality, however, I wish they would have used a better stomp switch. Add a Tubescreamer in front of it it and take it to another level.|
Posted by anonymous on Jan 20, 2013
|When Little is Massive.|
|Product Experience||I own it||Closest Store||Edmonton South Alberta|
|I purchased the Little Big Muff a few days ago and have since used it nearly every day to learn what it can do.
Suffice it to say that it met and exceeded my expectations.
The tone control allows you to rattle your neighbours dishes when set to low, and it has a wide sweep to a mid-level distortion to a high-end fuzz sound when turned up full.
The sustain on this pedal is incredible allowing you to let notes sing and soar, especially if you're using a guitar not normally known for having any sustain.
If you follow this pedal with a slight delay (9-12 ms) it 'fattens' up the sound nicely, but you do lose a bit of the detail the pedal alone provides.
I highly recommend this pedal to anyone who is looking for an inexpensive boost pedal, distortion pedal, fuzz pedal, or even a sustain pedal -- it will do it all for you.
It's a bit bigger than your 'normal' distortion pedal, but unlike it's big Brother Muff, it will fit with your other pedals on a board.|
Posted by Mike on Apr 30, 2012