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Electro-Harmonix Nano Muff Overdrive Pedal

3.2 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews

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Product Description

Reissue of the original 1969 Muff Fuzz. Crank up your amp and dial back the guitar volume and you have the perfect rhythm overdrive. Adds just a touch of funky dirt with an edge.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 2.8 x 3.4 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000T4V5Y2
  • Item model number: NMUFF
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,829 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 10, 2007

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Get this fuzz if you want:

1) A warmer sounding fuzz (some people say it sounds like the Russian Muffs).

2) You want a muff the cleans up with a quick turn of a volume knob on your guitar (some see that as a feature)!

3) A muff that is close to the original design as possible (that's what they advertise anyhow).

4) Think that at this price you can afford to have a fuzz is a bit different and a touch less extreme.

Don't get if you:

1) Want a cheaper smaller pedal that sounds like the Big Muff (unless you want a fatter, smoother, lower gain muff).

2) Want an overdrive (Why does EHX even call it an overdrive!?).

3) Want a fuzz face (another great lower gain fuzz).

4) Can't stand a pedal having only one knob (it's a one trick pony until paired with other pedals).
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Sometimes I want a fuzz as an overdrive, and while this has MUFF in the title, it's not a typical muff fuzz. It's not mid scooped, it's a 60's style fuzz that works well as your lower gain OD. One knob which increases volume and gain. I had the double muff and traded it, but I always ran it in single muff mode, so I bought this. It's cheap and fills a need.
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Sure, you can see that. One knob, does one thing, that's all. Don't expect this to be an overdrive, and don't expect this to be a Big Muff. It's neither. Actually this pedal falls into a weird spot where it has little nuances from each. It cleans up fairly well if you roll back on your volume knob.

For myself, I've found a perfect place on my board for it to be used for what I like; I have it before my MXR overdrive (which goes into an MXR distortion). Why? Because since this pedal is more or less a "fuzzy OD," and you only get that tone when the knob is really cranked, to be completely usable in a rig (mine, at least), I found it best to have something after it to calm it down. This allows me to have my Muff's volume knob cranked, and with the gain/volume on my OD down a bit, it calms it down just enough.

Admittedly, I think that this pedal would be so much better if there were independent gain and volume knobs, but it's small, and I know how to make it work. That being said, if something happened to this, I'd be kinda upset, but I'd also just go after another fuzz box, like the Nano Big Muff.
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This pedal works as advertised however it's been described as a fuzz tone but it's nothing like the Fuzz Face effect that Hendrix used to apply to his licks and if that's the sound you are looking for, this is not the pedal for you. In fact there is very little noticeable fuzz although you get a nice "clean" distortion especially when you are playing rhythm or power chords. The sound is a little compressed in that the sustain isn't as long as other distortion pedals out there and I get a lot more "dirty" distortion out of my Ibanez Tubescreamer when I put my Tone and Distortion knobs on at the full. Here lies a major disadvantage of the Muff in that it only has the one knob for volume control and no knobs to control the tone and distortion amounts. This means this is a take-it-or-leave it pedal in that you have to like the sound that it comes in as you cannot really make changes to the sound at least not from the box itself. The good thing is the very hardy design and it's also nice to see something that is made outside of China for a change this being made in NYC, USA. If you are looking for a nice not too heavy distortion for playing your rhythm or power chords then this is the pedal for you. If you are looking at a good distorted sound for lead or solo playing then this is not for you. When I play my leads, the distortion is hardly discernable and almost sounds like the clean tones from my amp. Also, you need a philips head screwdriver handy if you want to change the 9 volt battery which is not easily changeable and so it becomes a little scary on stage if you need to quickly change batteries. In short, a dependable and hardy "clean" distorted sound for chords but with little overall usefulness for practical playing.
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By Jay on October 18, 2010
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I've bought a few EHX padals and this is the pits. Very harsh, IMHO spend a wee bit more and get the Big Muff.
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