Hi all! I just got a bunch of pedals from Electro-Harmonix, including the new Little Big Muff. Here are a few quick observations for those who were wondering This thing is basically a Big Muff. It looks like a Big Muff, sounds like a Big Muff; same exact controls, except theyre reversed (Sustain, Tone, Volume instead of Volume, Tone, Sustain). But get this I think this is an Electro-Harmonix first the new Little Big Muff is housed in a standard die-cast aluminum enclosure! Its the Chinese version Hammond 1590BB. The graphics are screened right onto the bare aluminum box. Ive made this observation before Mike Matthews is one helluva savvy businessman. Theres a good reason hes still a major figure in the effects industry after all these years. When people started doing true bypass mods on EH pedals, EH soon began offering true bypass as a standard feature on most of their pedals. Recently there have been some boutique Big Muff clones offering a smaller footprint, as well as people rehousing their stock Big Muffs. Enter the new Little Big Muff; a classic case of give the people what they want. For all the people who love the Big Muff but hate the size, this could be what youve been waiting for. And as with most EH pedals, very attractively priced. A look at the inside revealed what may be the only draw back the pots and jacks are all board mounted, Dunlop reissue style. Yes, its designed to be built cheaply, BUT you get a real Big Muff in a real small box at a real nice price. By the way - yes, I also got the new Electro-Harmonix HOG. I'll need a couple of days to get back to you on that though.