#1
I'm trying to get a good David Gilmour sound and I wanted to know if the Big Muff volume has to be cranked for it to sound right. I've read reviews on musicians friend and most of them said that. I live in an apartment and have a neighbor who never leaves, so I cant just crank up the volume and play. Any help is appreciated.
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#2
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You'll find whisky very different, but try it and you'll grow into it, soon you and whisky are one, but still two, lovers dancing across a frozen lake under moonlight, wrapped in honey and warmth.


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#3
Big muffs sound great cranked but they aren't valve powered so it doesnt make that much difference :p
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Fender Straocaster or Gibson Les Paul Slash Special -->Lovepedal Amp 50 --> Boss DD-3 --> Crybaby(soon to be Wh10 reissue) --> Big Muff PI --> Boss DS-2 --> Marshall JCM 900