#1
Has anyone tried the Electro-Harmonix Classic Double Muff? Can I get Gilmour tones out of it? Is there a reason why it's so cheap? It is worth it regardless? Thanks!

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#2
I love the sound of the Double Muff. It's nothing like the Big Muffs if you are wondering, it sounds more like an overdrive with a fuzzy quality to it. It can get pretty low-gain with only one active half or pretty gain-y with both active. It's cheap becuase it uses less components than the Big Muff and because it uses a smaller housing. It's a great pedal nonetheless.

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#3
Quote by Dr.Pain-MD
I love the sound of the Double Muff. It's nothing like the Big Muffs if you are wondering, it sounds more like an overdrive with a fuzzy quality to it. It can get pretty low-gain with only one active half or pretty gain-y with both active. It's cheap becuase it uses less components than the Big Muff and because it uses a smaller housing. It's a great pedal nonetheless.

Just to add on to this, yes you can get Gilmour tones out of it.

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