I've had a Bass Big Muff for about 5 years. It's a plain silver box now as I sanded the graphics off, partially cause it looked cooler and partially so I wouldn't be tempted to sell it. It's in my nature that when I find a tone I like, I try to improve on it or replicate it with less pedals. It's been on and off the board, shoved in a drawer, back on the board, boosted with treble boosters, an SD-1 and finally a Hotcake. Almost the entire time I've used the bass boost mode for extra "woof." At times I find myself looking for more clarity, using an EQ to get more bite. I was thinking of a triangle muff clone or a more tweakable muff like a Musket to see what it was like. Then I discovered dry mode. With the Hotcake in front, I'm not getting half dry signal, I'm getting 50/50 Hotcake/Muff. It's like taking the blanket off the amp and still having the muff growl and sustain. I also like/don't care about the volume boost. Should I stop right there with Muffs? Is there a point in getting a fancier, more tweakable Muff? Maybe I should move on to a different fuzz flavor. Thoughts?