#1
Hi everyone. So recently my EHX Big Muff nano broke, and it would cost a ton of money to fix it, so I've decided to look for a muff clone that can cut through the mix. Does anyone have any tips for what kinds I should look into? My budget is between about 100-180 dollars, and my band is made up of five people (including myself), and has a guitarist, a singer, a drummer, and a bassist. Any help would be fantastic.

-Thanks
#3
Vick audio makes great fuzz clones, solid quality, and fairly cheap.

i have the older version of the 73 rams head, which is a famous version of muff. he also added a flat EQ, mid scooped (classic muff) and a mid boosted tone, which i typically use. i love it. his fuzzes go from about 70-130

im not sure how he makes such great pedals for so cheap.

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1659441

http://vickaudio.distinctiveturnings.com/index.php?route=product/category&path=62
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Last edited by ikey_ at Jan 25, 2015,
#4
Blackout effectors musket, way huge swollen pickle, big muff pi deluxe. Basically, any muff variant with knobs for the mid range will do.
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#6
Quote by Maidenheadsteve
Blackout effectors musket, way huge swollen pickle, big muff pi deluxe. Basically, any muff variant with knobs for the mid range will do.


I was actually looking at the Musket.
#7
Look at the Germanium Muff 4. It’s a germanium fuzz overdrive pedals in a single enclosure so you can cascade the two for a huge sound.

Also look for clones of the DAM Sonic Titan on Reberb. It’s a preamp/poweramp circuit in a box that kicks out huge fuzzy tones.