#1
http://youtu.be/DurW8wgVGlA

I love the sound of this, but I don't wanna pay $225 for it. I've heard Stomp Under Foot makes good Big Muff clones, has anyone have any experience with them? I love my Big Muff, but I could do without the scooped mids... Is it a better idea to do a mod?

Also, what song is he playing at 1:30?
Last edited by Polar13 at Sep 14, 2011,
#3
Quote by ethan_hanus
Yes. Mod it and see if you like it still.

What mods can I do to "un-scoop" the midrange?
#5
Quote by Polar13
What mods can I do to "un-scoop" the midrange?

If you wait a couple of days, I'm about to mod my big muff. I'm going to first mod it to rams head specs, and then add a switch to remove the midscoop.
I'll make a thread about it and link you to it if you want
RIP Gooze

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#7
If you want to mod a Big Muff there are companies that sell kits to build them from scratch. They would probably give you a lot of flexibility as a modding platform that way too.

www.buildyourownclone.com

Gearmandude plays a bunch of them on the youtube if you want a sample.
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#8
Quote by cds+stereo=life
If you want to mod a Big Muff there are companies that sell kits to build them from scratch. They would probably give you a lot of flexibility as a modding platform that way too.

www.buildyourownclone.com

Gearmandude plays a bunch of them on the youtube if you want a sample.


My dad and I made one of these awhile back we made a big muff (triangle era specs I think). They sound real purrty.
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