#2
No, I haven't yet.


Interesting find. It almost makes me want to get one despite the fact that I already have a Little Big Muff.
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#3
Quote by SSL27
No, I haven't yet.


Interesting find. It almost makes me want to get one despite the fact that I already have a Little Big Muff.

Haha. I'm kinda wanting to see how much it'll cost. Cause I won't be able to find any used. I bet you could mod a Big or Little Big muff to have the tone and Wicker controls.
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#4
That is the same thing that the BYOC Large Beaver does, I think it will open up a whole new realm of muff tones and I cant wait to get my hands on one
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#7
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A versatile muff??? The one in the middle.


Nice. The Swollen Pickle just looks like it sounds good. (and i'm sure it does).
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