#2
mini big muff. definitely. but quality control is sketchy, so you might want one that's easily returnable.
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#5
is the big muff pi the best distortion pedal i cant get for that price range
i play mostly blues and chili peppers.
#6
Try them all out, see which one you like best, it's really all personal preference.

I've got a Russian Muff and I love it.
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#7
You could do what i did, Buy all 3.. and then re-sell the ones you dont want.

But if your looking for a modern RHCP tone you wont be happy untill you have one of these beasts...

http://zvex.com/fuzz.html

Mine arrived yesterday and it nails EVERYTHING in new RHCP... i also have photographic proof John uses one
#8
^Really? Groovy, but God uses Muffs nowadays though, unless it's just a great pedal.
They look immense, what colour have you got yours in?
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Don't be afraid to care"

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#9
Muffs are great, the russians ones kick ass, but QC is kinda bad so make sure you try it out first. This isnt as much of a problem in the US made ones byt they dont quite sound as good.
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