#1
hey guys
im currently the owner of a big muff pi
but as im upgrading my pedal board i feel the need for a better fuzz
i do like big muffs but i feel the need for a big muff but better quality and so forth

a muff but better if you understand what i mean

i was looking at the way huge swollen pickle

im in the uk btw
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#2
Musket Fuzz? Its like a higher quality, more tweekable Muff
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#3
get a fuzz factory if you have the money
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#4
i say get a BYOC Rams Head or Triangle Clone. Its the best replica for the money
#5
I would go either with the Musket Fuzz or the Hoof Fuzz. Both are highly praised.
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Quote by bellamy_morello
get a fuzz factory if you have the money

Please don't.

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#6
Quote by IsThereLoveInSp
Musket Fuzz? Its like a higher quality, more tweekable Muff


i did notice those but theres nowere to get them in the uk
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#7
i have heard the swollen pickle can't do the sustain of the big muff. this is just hearsay though and the clips i have heard of the pedal are really nice.
#8
Quote by bellamy_morello
get a fuzz factory if you have the money


there not perticularly muff like so no thanks
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#9
i should also mention i am not able to build one myself so no kits
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#10
Quote by IsThereLoveInSp
Musket Fuzz? Its like a higher quality, more tweekable Muff

This. The Musket Fuzz is incredibly good.

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#11
Quote by stradivari310
This. The Musket Fuzz is incredibly good.


hmm it will mean il need to ship it in from america
anybody know any trust worthy dealers that ship internationally
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02 Gibson Les Paul Special (modded)
Orange AD-30 Combo


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#12
Musket Fuzz sounds good.

Also look at the Earthquaker Hoof Fuzz and the MJM Foxey Fuzz.

Also: It may be worth it to get the muff modded
#13
Quote by steve!
hmm it will mean il need to ship it in from america
anybody know any trust worthy dealers that ship internationally


If i were buying from america i would get it from proguitarshop.com. mainly because i got screwed buying it direct from the builder.
#14
Creepy fingers! pricey pedals but theyre sick. the bass player from Fu manchu makes them. creepy fingers he has samples and what not. im looking into a doomidrive myself.
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#15
i hear that the dan electro cool cat fuzz is really nice, despite the cheap price tag.
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#16
Quote by psychokiller99
i hear that the dan electro cool cat fuzz is really nice, despite the cheap price tag.



i recant wanting to try the dan fuzz. just watched a demo on it and its deff not worth the buy even for such a small price tag.
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Quote by Crohny
i recant wanting to try the dan fuzz. just watched a demo on it and its deff not worth the buy even for such a small price tag.

What are you talking about? What demo, and what did you expect from it? It is a thick ass, thumpy chainsaw fuzz. I can go anywhere from chainsaw sharp, biting fuzz for chords to warm, subtle fuzz for leads, and a lot in between. I don't know what you expected but for $30 it well exceeded my expectations.
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