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Electro-Harmonix Micro Metal Muff
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Distortion from Electro-Harmonix belonging to the Metal Muff series.

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  • KeutuKeutu

    Electro-Harmonix Micro Metal MuffPublished on 02/11/08 at 04:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Analog distortion pedal jack in / out

    USE

    It is very simple 3 knobs 1 volume 1 tone 1 pti gain plus a switch to boost the distortion
    I have not even look if there was a manual.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The drip pan has to send its distortion level! it is not made for the blues that says there can be too much gain and quickly becomes inaudible.en any circumstances trigger the boost you lose there is a sound oreille.le super dug presence and level the only way 'have is to mount the middle, giving an ultra sound criard.elle is oriented very heavy.je myself to play the eclat with pantera but the stops.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use it for a month and am super deu.c'est are on the gain but the so…
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    Analog distortion pedal jack in / out

    USE

    It is very simple 3 knobs 1 volume 1 tone 1 pti gain plus a switch to boost the distortion
    I have not even look if there was a manual.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The drip pan has to send its distortion level! it is not made for the blues that says there can be too much gain and quickly becomes inaudible.en any circumstances trigger the boost you lose there is a sound oreille.le super dug presence and level the only way 'have is to mount the middle, giving an ultra sound criard.elle is oriented very heavy.je myself to play the eclat with pantera but the stops.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use it for a month and am super deu.c'est are on the gain but the sound is cold and no presence.les people who succeeds in having a sound "mesa" with a one of the try on a mesa otherwise I do not see how they did. I was looking for a pedal that would have more gain than my little DS.1, the cas.jusque the I tested the boss mt2 and metalcore, the dime and others that the potato but it's the same meme.ya to gain but the sound is ugly. (a rhyme)
    the price quality ratio is very honest because it is all the same well made, c solid and very good quality. After that is a matter of taste at the son.malheureusement is very kind and not necessarily polyvalente.je'll stay on my DS.1 that less gain but sounds. Looking back I do not have that choice.
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  • chrisbloodchrisblood

    Electro-Harmonix Micro Metal MuffPublished on 07/10/07 at 07:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The Metal Muff distortion is a good big families.
    EH always look a little vintage fun. Robust pedal with stompswitch, volume control, a tone and gain. In addition, a TopBoost: mini switch 3 positions: off, low and high.

    UTILIZATION

    Given the settings, not just for making high school to get away with it. There is no manual but hey, it is far from the gas works!

    SOUND QUALITY

    Looking for the ultimate distortion of the large metal? Micro Metal Muff is for you! Do not look for a huge variation of grain that can be used as the old Boss DS1, which with its dynamic nature can translate the nuances of vontre attack. Here, the grain is very aggressive in the first quarter of …
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    The Metal Muff distortion is a good big families.
    EH always look a little vintage fun. Robust pedal with stompswitch, volume control, a tone and gain. In addition, a TopBoost: mini switch 3 positions: off, low and high.

    UTILIZATION

    Given the settings, not just for making high school to get away with it. There is no manual but hey, it is far from the gas works!

    SOUND QUALITY

    Looking for the ultimate distortion of the large metal? Micro Metal Muff is for you! Do not look for a huge variation of grain that can be used as the old Boss DS1, which with its dynamic nature can translate the nuances of vontre attack. Here, the grain is very aggressive in the first quarter of the race to gain knob. Lovers will appreciate.
    I feared that the Micro Metal Muff (MMM) is less ergonomic than the Metal Muff (MM) due to classical equalization controls less developed (1 dial tone against the traditional Bass, Med Treeble on MM). But in fact, the possibilities are already good. The tone control is very responsive and offers in itself a good range of grades. It is appreciated!
    The Top Boost is also something. Do not expect to operate it up to this mini thing! It serves more as a filter medium and allows permanent color the sound differently. The downside: if the position is useful Low, the High is to be banned from office (as with the boost of the MM). You end up with something loud and hissing at will. Otherwise, frankly, those who are manipulating the sound are big and fat is one of the best pedals on the market in my opinion. On my Epiphone ZW LP signature mounted EMG81 + 85, should have seen (or rather hear) that!

    OVERALL OPINION

    In fact, I just used this stuff because the grain was just too metal for me too.
    I have since changed "weapon" for DF7 DigiTech Distortion Factory, which offers more versatility (being a fan of distortion, I always found it difficult to satisfy me one effect model).
    But metalheads can try the MMM without fear. It sends serious. Remains to be seen on its still quite a lot fuzzzzant that gum shades Agreements "full" (it makes them very rough). on the other hand in power-chords & syncopated riffs, go ahead cheerfully.
    My rating on this point rather corresponds to the intrinsic qualities of the effect for the style to which it is dedicated only my subjective assessment.
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  • MonsieurHMonsieurH

    Electro-Harmonix Micro Metal MuffPublished on 05/08/08 at 10:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Transistor distortion pedals made in NYC ... Simply. With 3 knobs (volume, tone and gain) and a selector (high and low) ...

    UTILIZATION

    Relatively easy to use, even if it is easier on the intermediate position of the selector. However, like many pedals, the battery door to change is difficult to ACCS (must dvisser infrieure plate) ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    A grain but rather violent for mtalleux East ... Bluesboys, go your way, the volume can gain power, even for the tone (which is quite ugly when more than half. The CEO of the Chooser, you realize that there is no better way to s'calter the eardrum when put on high (no doubt the most audible distortion that is). But if we sta…
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    Transistor distortion pedals made in NYC ... Simply. With 3 knobs (volume, tone and gain) and a selector (high and low) ...

    UTILIZATION

    Relatively easy to use, even if it is easier on the intermediate position of the selector. However, like many pedals, the battery door to change is difficult to ACCS (must dvisser infrieure plate) ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    A grain but rather violent for mtalleux East ... Bluesboys, go your way, the volume can gain power, even for the tone (which is quite ugly when more than half. The CEO of the Chooser, you realize that there is no better way to s'calter the eardrum when put on high (no doubt the most audible distortion that is). But if we stay on the neutral or the low, one can a distortion apprcier everything is nice, violent and sharpened like a knife, which retains the attack on the guitar.

    OVERALL OPINION

    A combined pedals that an excellent quality price, despite some fairly dfault teachers (we will not revisit the high killing the neighbors dog) ... Compltement major axes mtal ... But players of punk hard rock guitars and other big sounds will be filled by toys & s ... Try ... Until we have enough to buy more ...
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  • j.fradj.frad

    Electro-Harmonix Micro Metal MuffPublished on 12/25/09 at 14:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Tested 30 minutes in the store, I'll never put my hands on. Or are the mediums? What is this tone that makes a hideous and unusable notch? What the treble boost which is useless since it pisses the treble?
    The grain could make happy if this were not masked by Avalanche uncontrollable aggressive treble.
    Really disappointed, to try before you buy.
    Not flexible for a penny, to believe they think all the guys play the metal with the same sound.
    Stop imagining that we must turn to mediums of metal!
    Big rant there.
    Not happy! Not happy!
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