T Rex Mudhoney vrs. Moller

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  1. brianf

    brianf Member

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    Is the Mudhoney just a lower gain less featured version of the Moller??? It's hard to tell from the website sound samples.

    brianf
     
  2. jezzzz2003

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    I dont know the answer to that question but we have both pedals in store at the moment and I must say that both are pretty ordinary sounding, both did nothing for me whatsoever.
     
  3. pedalitis

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    totally different pedals dude. get them BOTH.. ha ha
     
  4. auratnik

    auratnik Supporting Member

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    I prefer Mudhoney but anyway there are better sounding pedals out there.
     
  5. carljoensson

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    Just sold off the Moller. It's a more polite overdrive than the Mudhoney which has bit more fuzziness to it. Features "Blend"-knob etc. I have never owned the Mudhoney, but tried it in stores a few times. Liked it then, but got a Sunface later.

    I wanted something transparent for overdrive so Timmy turned out a better choice than Moller for me./C
     
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    orogeny Supporting Member

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    thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaank youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!i thought i was the only one. . . . unbearably over-priced ta boot. . . .
     
  7. brianf

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    I already have the Moller. For 225.00 I thought it was a nice pedal. I have one nice setting that I use and leave on almost all of the time.

    I guess my question is the Mudhoney going to get the same tones? Is the Mudhoney also Tubescreamer based?

    Thanks

    brianf
     
  8. marmelade sky

    marmelade sky Member

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    no way, but the t-rex alberta is...
     
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    It's more big muffish
     

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