#1
So with some of EH's pedals, they've got a "nano" version of it. My question: is there any difference between the nano and regular versions besides size? Is there a difference in sound quality? Because the nano pedals are actually a little cheaper, and it wouldn't exactly be a bad thing to have a tiny pedal as opposed to a huge one.
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#2
It varies between pedals, what Nanos are you actually looking at?

For example, the Nano/Pocket Metal Muff is good but if you want to be able to tweak the EQ and such, you'd want the bigger version.

However, the Nano Small Stone is meant to be very similar to the full-sized version as both only use one knob and the sound is supposedly the same.
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#3
So if I were to get a Nano Small Stone as opposed to a regular Small Stone there wouldn't be any loss in quality?
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#4
I think that the small stones sounded a little different when I tried them out. I preferred the larger one, but in the Nano version they fixed the volume drop.
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#5
Again, which pedals are you looking at specifically because there isn't really one definite answer to this question?
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