#1
any difference between these two badboys?

in thinking of getting one as my next addition, but the little one is a bit cheaper, so im leaning towards it. are they exactly the same?
#2
Big Muff has more knobs. Which means you can shape your tone more. The Big Muff also has a Top Boost, which I can imagine would be good for solos and such
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#3
Do you mean the USA big muff vs. the little muff big muff?

If so, I have no idea

Am I the only one who can't find the russian muff on GAK? It vanished a few days ago I swear.
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#5
I'm pretty sure they sound the same, but people like having the original design. That's what I've always assumed but I've never had the chance to a/b them.
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#6
Try them both out, there will be some difference.
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#8
What about an "ellite" big muff? At least.. I think they mis-spelled it. Maybe it was spelled correctly, but anyway at this music store they have the big one, and one called either "ellite" or "elite" but i'm pretty sure it wasn't spelled right. I tried to look it up online but didn't find anything =\
#9
^Deluxe Big Muff?
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#11
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#12
Try them both out.

I think the regular one is more durable and has a longer battery life, though.
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#13
I'd imagine the cheaper one is probably made in China and uses cheaper (ie less durable) electronics.
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#14
Some guy at a music store told me the little big muff sounded more creamy, didn't test it though, got the NYC Big Muff and I love it soooo much
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