#1
both sound good, but im leaning towards metal muff as its half the price as the HT

your thoughts
#2
blackstar sounds much better... not sure if it's twice as expensive better, only you can answer that.

*coughtkeeleytwilightzonesneeze*
#3
I think the Blackstar Dist-X even blows the Keeley Twilight Zone out of the water, as well as the Metal Muff.
#5
I've got a Metal Muff .... With emg's it sounds pretty good but with passive pu's you'll have to experiment a lot with the knobs ( metal muff and amp ) to get somehow a good sound.... well it's too much "muff" than "metal" in my opinion.
#7
I've owned both pedals......

I thought the Metal Muff sounded good on the clean channel of a tube amp, but cold and harsh on a solid state amp.

The Dist-X has shed loads of gain and the valve gives it warmth but I found the pedal to be a bit fuzzy with the gain cranked and it was lacking in bottom end...

Both are good pedals but results will vary depending on what amp you have.....
#11
I got rid of my muff. It's good to start with but you'll eventually out grow it's uses.
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