#1
it seems that the longer i use it the distortion goes down and t doesnt seem as loud and i keep having to turn everything up. Also there is alot less sustain then there use to be. Anyone else ever have this problem.
#6
Quote by DiMeTiMe
I have no idea what I'm talking about, but I read some where about replacing germanium transistors (??) in the Big Muff.....


That would give it a different sound but it wouldn't fix his problem.

Try just using the power supply or just the battery (but not both) And see how that works.

Are you using the correct power supply? You might be giving the pedal to much/not enough power which could damage it.

I dont know where you live but in Australia pedals usually require 9 volts DC

You might have the wrong voltage.
#9
if youre using a supply, take the battery out

might be a heat issue also
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#10
Quote by stevo_epi_SG_wo
if youre using a supply, take the battery out

might be a heat issue also

No heat issues with it, it's silicon.

Must be a dying battery.
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#11
This happened to my Big Muff, I took it to a pro because I don't know anything about PCBs, there was something up with the switch, or how it connects to the PCB according to the techie.
#12
Quote by rhcp_freak
No heat issues with it, it's silicon.

Must be a dying battery.


it could be any of the components affected
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