#1
I originally bought the EHX Bass Big Muff cause I didn't have a guitar at the time, but is it still usable with a regular guitar? How is it different from the original?

Thanks
Bass

Fender Aerodyne P-Bass Special (CIJ)
Yorkville 400B head and Eden 2x10 Cab

Guitar
Godin SDxt with rare lacewood top
Peavey Studio Pro 40
Line 6 POD xt live
#4
it may sound ok, I like bass fuzzes on guitars some times
amps
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#5
okay thanks, I'll just have to try it once I procure a guitar amp I guess
Bass

Fender Aerodyne P-Bass Special (CIJ)
Yorkville 400B head and Eden 2x10 Cab

Guitar
Godin SDxt with rare lacewood top
Peavey Studio Pro 40
Line 6 POD xt live
#6
You should've gotten the regular Big Muff instead. Sounds good for guitar and bass.
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#7
coming from someone who actually owns one, it sounds fine with guitar in the normal mode, basically a normal smooth muff. It sounds awesome on bass in the dry mode, perfect Muse sounds. You can use the bass boost for both, if your into a guitar fuzz with a heavy bottom or just want a powerful bass fuzz. dont listen to the idiot(s) who are assuming on here. this thing is pretty legit.
#8
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coming from someone who actually owns one, it sounds fine with guitar in the normal mode, basically a normal smooth muff. It sounds awesome on bass in the dry mode, perfect Muse sounds. You can use the bass boost for both, if your into a guitar fuzz with a heavy bottom or just want a powerful bass fuzz. dont listen to the idiot(s) who are assuming on here. this thing is pretty legit.


Thank you, a good, informed answer finally
Bass

Fender Aerodyne P-Bass Special (CIJ)
Yorkville 400B head and Eden 2x10 Cab

Guitar
Godin SDxt with rare lacewood top
Peavey Studio Pro 40
Line 6 POD xt live