The vintage Muff had slightly more gain, was a tad crispier sounding in the midrange, and its Tone control responded slightly differently—but, otherwise, the Little Big Muff nailed its sound. All of the big hairy buzz, over-the-top sustain, and wild overtones that define the classic Muff sound were present, and the Little Big Muff actually had tighter lows and a smoother and more dynamic overall response that I preferred to the original.
Kudos:Sounds like an early-’70s Big Muff. True-bypass switching. 2.5m barrel-style power supply jack.
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