Muff Mods?

tbone666

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I've got a russian Big Muff Pi that i would like to look into having it modded and can't seem to find any sites that offer it for those.

Anyone?

Thanks -

Todd
 

amz-fx

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What do you want it to do? How would you like the sound to change?

regards, Jack
 

tbone666

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i'd really like to just see what's out there. asically i'm bored with it but would rather mod then part with it - some sentimental value.

i definitely want a 'true bypass' as i don't think it will be my main tone, but to be able to tap into it when i need and to not think about it when i don't is key.

- Todd
 

blackjack davey

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See my response right above this one...

i'd really like to just see what's out there. asically i'm bored with it but would rather mod then part with it - some sentimental value.

i definitely want a 'true bypass' as i don't think it will be my main tone, but to be able to tap into it when i need and to not think about it when i don't is key.

- Todd
 

Uma Floresta

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singlecoil.com has true bypass instructions.

Mine is a USA, rehoused, true bypassed (bought it that way). I was still not quite happy with the tone, so I changed tone control to "Triangle" style and replace one of each pair of diodes with a germanium diode. Also I have a regular/flat mids switch, but I tend to keep it on regular and just turn up the tone a little.

I'm really satisfied with the sound. Someday I'll post a clip.
 




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