#1
I want a distortion pedal, and im between bigg muff 48 dollars or Boss ds1 38 dollars, do you know wich one is better???
#3
I have a DS1 and I love it, its a cheap, no thrills distortion pedal. Made out of sturdy stuff too.
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#4
Quote by darkwolf291
Two completely different pedals dude
Muff is more fuzz than distortion

Really depends on what tone youre after


Seriously, this. They're not even the same kind of effect. Try them both, or listen to demo videos, if that's not an option. One of them will sound like what you want, and the other won't. There you go.
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#5
Personally I wouldn't let either pedal near my board. I've never been a fan of Boss's drive pedals, and I don't care for the fuzz sound.

What sound are you hoping to achieve?
What kit do you already have?
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#6
again totally different. only same thing is that they are cheap shitboxes.

Edit: I should say the regular big muff is much better. And the ds1 can sound better if modded.
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Quote by the_bi99man
Seriously, this. They're not even the same kind of effect. Try them both, or listen to demo videos, if that's not an option. One of them will sound like what you want, and the other won't. There you go.



Maybe both will sound like what he won't want...

Man, go to a store and try different distortion boxes. If you want something versatile try The Saucy Box from Way Huge.

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Quote by darkwolf291
Two completely different pedals dude
Muff is more fuzz than distortion

Really depends on what tone youre after


+1

also depends on what the rest of your gear is as well
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