What's your favorite Muff?

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  1. Wilson Effects

    Wilson Effects Member

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    There's so many different types. What's your fav and why?
     
  2. vintage66

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    Diceworks Muff Diver since that's the only one I have.:dude
     
  3. TooManyHobbies

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    Currently my Skreddy Cognitive Dissonance Mk2. Even better than my Mayo Zero or Ernie.

    It has a lot more range and versatility to other muffs. Cleans up with the volume knob, and stacks amazingly well. And it's relatively quiet.
     
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    Does this qualify???
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    This is a very open ended question.
     
  8. Blakemore Effects

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    Need me to answer again, Wilson? haha
     
  9. Wilson Effects

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    Very different answers between the 2 forums:beer
     
  10. TMcB

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    A Blackout Effectors Musket is the one for me.
     
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    i LOVE my mohomods russian muff, ive had pedals that cost 4x as much from very sought after builders that didnt sound anywhere as good to me
     
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    The "Pink Muff" hands down...its so sweet.

    Love my Skreddys (Pink Flesh and Lunar Module), also dig my Muff Diver Finale
     
  13. zachman

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    Neatly trimmed...

    Why? Because I already have floss
     
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    I acquiesce.:aok
     
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    Another muff diver finale vote. I like the hoof as well.
     
  18. thesjkexperienc

    thesjkexperienc ^^^ I made this guitar^^^

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    I like the BYOC large beaver, but with less noise! But it seems all muffs are a bit noisy ;-)
     
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    id tell you mine but it would just be redundant
     
  20. Stratman76

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    + 1 on Dice Works Muff Diver +. Very low noise floor and, to me, the Cornish mod sets it apart- it's like an articulation switch! It's arguably the best Triangle Muff value out there at $125. The only reason I would ever part with mine would be to upgrade to the Finale version.

    Would love to try a Skreddy Pink Flesh but I understand the noise level is higher than Dice Works and the eBay pricing has been insane. The leads I've heard on Skreddy's current iteration (Pig Mine) have sounded kinda artificial to me.

    Have my eye on a Blackout Effectors Musket v2 which comes in at $165 but don't see a usable tone advantage over Dice Works Muff Diver.
     

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