#1
Can anyone give me an idea of the tones I'll get with this pedal? I play mostly punk and some heavy stuff, and I've seen this pedal suggested several times on other threads. Thanks!
#2
It's a very thick distortion-like Fuzz pedal. You'll like it.

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#3
i have the big muff. it is the coolest fuzz pedal ive played. it should work nice for you, just try one out.
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#4
Is there a difference between the Big Muff and the Little one? Or is it just that the box itself is smaller?
#5
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Is there a difference between the Big Muff and the Little one? Or is it just that the box itself is smaller?

tonally a bit different, the little big muff is supposed to be more "vintagey" sounding.

but seriously try one out before you buy - i think the big muff is an aquired taste. I love the sound but i can imagine some people would hate it.
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#7
The Little Big Muff is meant to sound somewhere between the USA and the Russian. Basically, it's the perfect compromise if you can't decide which sounds best.
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#8
I checked out some youtube vids and I do like the sound. Its what I'm kind of looking for. I only have a crap practice amp with me in Iraq, but I'm getting a tube amp when I get back stateside. It does have that vintage distortion sound that I really like.