Same silky smooth violin-like sustain and creamy tone that made the legendary 1970 Big Muff Pi famous. This little brother displays its heritage proudly. Same circuitry in a compact die-cast box.
French demo of the Little Big Muff. VIDEO
SoullsTheGoal demos the Little Big Muff Pi!
juca2929 demos the Little Big Muff Pi.
Here’s an easy way to get a sound reminiscent of the Smashing Pumpkins’ Siamese Dream album.
The effect chain consists of a Little Big Muff and Stereo Memory Man with Hazarai.
The Little Big Muff produces the harmonic grind while the Stereo Memory Man in the modulation mode produces a doubling and thickening of the sound.
The combination of these two effects produces a thick wall of sound using only one guitar.
The pedal settings are below:
The video below gives a quick example of the sound
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Add the Electro-Harmonix STOMP of approval to Rock Band 2 with the new official Overdrive pedal! Thanks to everybody at Rock Band, MTV Games, Harmonix Music Systems, and Mad Catz. For more info, see:
In honor of Pi Day (3/14) we proudly present yet another splendid Pi shootout (
Big Muff Pi
Little Big Muff Pi
Big Muff Pi with Tone Wicker
) by YouTube's esteemed gearmanndude. And yes, we know, some folks celebrate Pi Day on 22/7.
This is just plain cool -- look for the
Big Muff Pi
at exactly 1:00 into the clip -- but don't blink! If you do blink, here it is:
A short excerpt from the documentary film "Fuzz: The Sound That Revolutionized The World" in which Electro-Harmonix founder Mike Matthews tells the story of EHX's first product, the
Mike also reveals the origins of "Muff," which we take care to use very sparingly:
Bass Big Muff Pi, Big Muff Pi, Big Muff Pi (Russian), Double Muff, English Muff'n, Little Big Muff Pi, Metal Muff, Micro Metal Muff, Muff Overdrive, and Pocket Metal Muff (all featured in our Distortion, Fuzz, Overdrive category).
The clip also features Chris Ross (Wolfmother) and ends with J Mascis (Dinosaur Jr.) showing off his unbelievable
Big Muff Pi collection.
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