Favorite Muff?

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  1. Frenster

    Frenster Put your Rock Face on!

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    I just built a GGG Muff clone to triangle specs. Sounds great, but I haven't tried any other mods yet. What's your favorite Muff version?
     
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    Sonny Bluebeard. Awesome!
     
  3. MrDoty

    MrDoty Supporting Member

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    my favorite muff??? hmmm. maybe Angelina Jolie's muahahaha.
     
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    Integrated chip version for me. Euthymia makes a clone of it, the ICBM. It's huge sounding. After hearing it, other muffs pale in comparison.
     
  6. LowWatt

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    MJM Foxey Fuzz

    Great vintage muff tone, doesn't get lost in the mix, and has nicely tuned tone control (not muffled on the bassier settings and not uselessly thin on the treblier settings. Great growl to it too.
     
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    +1 Love my Foxey can do everything from Floyd to Pumpkins like tones.
     
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    it's a tie between the euthymia icbm and the new bass muff
     
  9. Andre357

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    angelina jolie or possibly beyonce'
     
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    Right now I would have to say the Dice Works Muff Diver. The Cornish mod takes it to a new level.
     
  11. Lution

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    plain ole Little Big Muff. sounds very nice!
     
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    Call me crazy, bu I use an EHX Big Muff, but I also use a Fender Tele & a Gibson Les Paul, so what do I know?[​IMG]

    Tony
     
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    Skreddy Mayo but ultimately it was too compressed for me so I'm still waiting to try a couple others. Out of all the ones I've owned though the Mayo is the clear winner.
     
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    Skreddy Mayo and Pink Flesh for me.
     
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    +1.
     
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    Green BIG MUFF !!!
     
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    the new Bass Big Muff
     
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    D*A*M Ram Head, followed closely by the Psionic Audio 3.14.

    -Ben
     
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    I like the Barber Trifecta, although I just traded mine for a 16 Second Delay.
     

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