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Electro-Harmonix Double Muff NanoPublished on 12/13/12 at 16:12
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- Disto / overdrive analogue to "nano"
- 1 in + 1 out (what a pedal)
- 1 switch and 2 knobs (point bar)

UTILIZATION

- A simple any kind, single mode only uses a saturation stage, dual mode, 2. We pass a typed his "distortion" to knock a nice overdrive well (I use it on synths and drum machine).

SOUND QUALITY

The sound is impeccable for the use I make of the disto / od can be very mild or very rough, although of course it happens in extreme breath (live the noise gate)!

OVERALL OPINION

Great pedal at a great price as nano. I was Jacques Stompboxes Mercer Box is really good, but I find strangely Double Muff much more versatile, and I preferred the sound of the EH. However,
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DreadredfulDreadredful

DMN killed me

Electro-Harmonix Double Muff NanoPublished on 06/25/12 at 10:31
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Very simple two knobs, one switch single / double and another switch to turn it on or off.
Based on the big muff circuits (that's coool).

UTILIZATION

I think a mouse that was lobotomized at which it would cut the legs could be used.
The manual? what manual?

SOUND QUALITY

Frankly for 50 neuro at musikia not believe it, it sounds! times (double the knobs to fund) a big muff dirtiest normal (possible) and sometimes an overdrive "fuzzé" is the sound!
It was the sound EHX for so little dough! I tried dabord the little big muff (too cold) and then an akai fuzz (I do not recommend) and some fuzz pedal qu'another DMN and killed me.

OVERALL OPINION

I have been using this today...…
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Very simple two knobs, one switch single / double and another switch to turn it on or off.
Based on the big muff circuits (that's coool).

UTILIZATION

I think a mouse that was lobotomized at which it would cut the legs could be used.
The manual? what manual?

SOUND QUALITY

Frankly for 50 neuro at musikia not believe it, it sounds! times (double the knobs to fund) a big muff dirtiest normal (possible) and sometimes an overdrive "fuzzé" is the sound!
It was the sound EHX for so little dough! I tried dabord the little big muff (too cold) and then an akai fuzz (I do not recommend) and some fuzz pedal qu'another DMN and killed me.

OVERALL OPINION

I have been using this today and I rééditerais notice.
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gregzerozerogregzerozero

Electro-Harmonix Double Muff NanoPublished on 06/10/11 at 05:41
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Nano-sized pedal, so trec small, a foot switch for a switch to select the mode (single or double distortion) and 2 potentiometer for adjusting the 2 distos.
All powered by 9v battery or power supply (not foune)

UTILIZATION

With so few buttons, is super simple to use

SOUND QUALITY

Personally I'm a fan of his pe but I try to see her as direct as possible, without too many frills. I use a Laney VC15 and a distortion is not very very high above, at best a good crunch.
So to get a good distortion I wanted a little extra distortion, it makes very good case to scream my tubes

OVERALL OPINION

Simple and effective, a good little extra distortion pedal …
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Nano-sized pedal, so trec small, a foot switch for a switch to select the mode (single or double distortion) and 2 potentiometer for adjusting the 2 distos.
All powered by 9v battery or power supply (not foune)

UTILIZATION

With so few buttons, is super simple to use

SOUND QUALITY

Personally I'm a fan of his pe but I try to see her as direct as possible, without too many frills. I use a Laney VC15 and a distortion is not very very high above, at best a good crunch.
So to get a good distortion I wanted a little extra distortion, it makes very good case to scream my tubes

OVERALL OPINION

Simple and effective, a good little extra distortion pedal
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Electro-Harmonix
  • Model: Double Muff Nano
  • Category: Overdrive pedals
  • Added in our database on: 01/07/2011

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Other names: doublemuffnano, double muff nano, nano double muff

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