#1
Hey Everyone,
I want to purchase the Metal Muff... I played it awhile back on a Dean Vendetta. I held a note for no less than 30 SECONDS before I let it go!
I recently got new pick-ups in my Tele and I think it's worth the money. What do you think?
I am using the DS-1 into the Monkey, but it's noisy and the sustain and distortion character just aren't the style I want.


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- Fender '52 Tele replica w/ Little '59(neck), Hot Rails (bridge)
- Marshall AVT20X
- Fender Bullet (old Frontman 15G)
- BOSS DS-1 (Taiwanese made)
- BOSS DD-3
- Digitech Bad Monkey
- Dunlop Crybaby 95Q Wah
#3
I never liked the metal muff until I saw High on Fire...Mat Pike was using one through a Laney head and it sounded fantastic.
#4
Check out the landmine distortion pedal before you make any decisions.
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#6
i just bought one myself and i love it. scoop the mids and u get a great metal sound, crank the mids and get a nasty overdrive for hard rock. its very versatile, but only if ur looking for very high gain. go try one out.
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