i did this a long time ago on my Small Clone and it’s really cool.
i used a toggle switch to engage the tremolo mode and added a 5k pot for a (tremolo) depth control.
i also did the vibrato mod (which is discussed in the above link); it is definately the 22k resistor which needs to be disconnected to get the vibrato (not the 33k resistor which the above article initially states).
Great to see that my Big Muff mods page is used for some good sounds!
In the creamy dreamer those resistors were enlarged to 15k
On freestompboxes the story of the Creamy Dreamer was told; Billy never owned one; he played one as the “inventer” asked him to. He liked it but not loved it. He hate the fact his name is connected to this pedal!
So I actually done the tone bypass mod I put together the other day, I had only tried it on a fuzz face big muff hybrid I built and it had good results, but on the big muff its even better, if you do this mod there’s no way you will complain about a lack of volume anymore, it now passes unity at about 10-11 o/clock. While in tone bypass mode its very reminiscent of the IC big muff I have, still unmistakeably a big muff just with a flatter EQ as opposed to a scooped one. Over all its an excellent mod, I recommend doing it. Anyone one with a soldering iron can do it, takes about ten minutes and is a very basic mod for beginners, I highly recommend it. :rawk: