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Electro-Harmonix Little Big Muff Distortion Pedal


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  • True bypass
  • 9-volt battery included (Optional 96DC-200BI AC adapter available)
  • Dimensions - 3-1/2W x 1-1/8H x 4-1/2D
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 3.2 x 5.6 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000T517Y4
  • Item model number: Little Big Muff
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,642 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 13, 2004

Product Description

Same silky smooth violin-like sustain and creamy tone that made the legendary 1970 Big Muff famous - This little brother proudly displays its heritage proudly. Small, pedal board friendly, die-cast case.


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It sounds like a Big Muff.
J. Robertson
If you are looking for a reasonably priced fuzz pedal, I recommend this one.
Richard S. Biegaj
Very sturdy construction, doesn't feel like a cheapie at all.
Philip Hutchison

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By TJ on July 21, 2006
This pedal is great. The Sustain knob (controls dist./sust.) has a wide range of choices. You want a great 70's dist. or a bit more heavy? Just adjust the knob! AWESOME and very smooth sustain, and the tone is killer from this pedal. I only had to tweak the knobs a bit before I had "that" feeling iin the back of my neck. The one that says, "That's it right there!"

The size of this pedal is nice too, it's a bit wider than say a BOSS, but it doesn't take up too much room. The box is pretty sturdy, it will take some abuse!

Alone or with a few effects, this is a great pedal
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Violet Deliriums on January 24, 2013
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I own several Electro-Harmonix pedals and overall I like the brand (even though the owner appears to me to be a sexist pig clown boy in many of his YouTube videos). Of those I own, two of them are the smaller versions of the GIGANTOR classic E-H pedals, one of them being the Little Big Muff.

First of all, if you have no idea of the difference between fuzz, overdrive, and distortion you should look into it before you buy anything. These effects are used in different musical styles and produce different sounds, so your choice will depend on what exactly you plan to do. Do some research by looking on YouTube, looking at Dave Hunter's book on effects, and testing them out at a store.

If you are looking for a basic fuzz box, the Little Big Muff will give you nice sound similar to (if not the same) as that of the Big Muff Pi, depending on the exact year/model you have. I think the tone is great, but as with most basic fuzz boxes, there are only so many different sounds that you can get out of them. It is simple to use though, and it makes a lot of noise.

As a bonus, these don't take up a lot of pedalboard space compared to the Big Muff Pi, yet will give the same tone. It is great for punk, alt rock/grunge, and classic hard rock like Hendrix and Black Sabbath.

I also have a germanium (red) Dunlop Fuzz Face Mini, another good small version of one of the classics, and the Fuzz Face mini that gives you the most low end emphasis of the three (the blue silicon and aqua Hendrix models boost treble more). To quickly compare it to the Little Big Muff regarding sound, the Fuzz Face does not have a tone control, but I think it gives a better control over the fuzz saturation.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By J. Robertson on March 25, 2010
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This pedal is a steal for something made this sturdy with a true bypass. Reviews of other pedal brands (BOSS in particular) always mention being "built like a tanks" and similar language, but this thing is built like the black box of an airplane. I'd expect it to survive a nuclear war.

The sound? It sounds like a Big Muff. I'm sure some people can tell the difference, but I'm not one of them. Even though I love the sound, people not familiar with the Big Muff or even with fuzz pedals in general should try this (or the full size muff) at a guitar store before blindly ordering one over the Internet. It is not an overdrive, not a distortion pedal. It is a fuzz, and a very particular fuzz at that. There are plenty of videos on youtube that demonstrate what a Big Muff sounds like. You either love that sound, or hate it.

The controls work really well. With the sustain and tone all the way up, and the volume at dead 0, the pedal is absolutely silent. There is no "leakage" of noise like with some pedals. You can get the same tone at any level from 1 to 10.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Otto Correct TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 27, 2011
If you're not familiar with EHX's signature distortion/fuzz pedal the Big Muff, please go to a guitar shop somewhere and try one out. Describing its sound with words helps, but doesn't really do it justice. It definitely owns its own sonic territory and after playing through one for a while you'll see why so many guitarists of so many fields have one on hand.

They're one of my very favorite effects, honestly. So for this review, I'm going to focus more on how the Little Big Muff stacks up against the other models.

For starters, this version takes care of ALL of the common complaints regarding the NYC reissue.

1. Its true bypass.
2. Its much smaller (not super tiny like a Boss, but a little slimmer than, say, the wider MXR pedals like the Phase 100).
3. It uses a normal 9v adapter jack (thank you, finally!).
4. It sounds better.

Yes, it indeed SOUNDS better than the NY Reissue. Some have complained about the buzzy sound the recent reissue has. This one is smoother. Not as creamy as the Russians, but it also doesn't suck tone like that one does either. Its a touch higher gain than both the Russians and the Tone Wicker versions, but all in all it absolutely is a Big Muff.

So if you're in the market for one of these, and you don't want the options the Tone Wicker Muff provides, this is absolutely where its at. Its better in every way than the NY Reissue.

Also, it costs less money! Yay!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. Cancilla on August 7, 2011
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Pros: Sounds very close to a New York Big Muff with the added bonus of true bypass switching, 9volt power supply compatibility and a sturdy pedal board friendly enclosure.

Cons: It's kinda noisy. This is to be expected with a fuzz with massive amounts of gain.

I would highly recommend this pedal to fans of the Big Muff sound. I own several Russian Muffs, The New York Muff and various boutique Muffs ... The Barber Trifecta, Way Huge Swollen Pickle, Zvex Fuzz Factory ... The Little Big Muff holds it's own nicely and the price is unbeatable. This a must own for fans of Fuzz!
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