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gromeulgromeul

Electro-Harmonix Muff OverdrivePublished on 12/22/06 at 00:31
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Overdrive pedal with a single volume control.

UTILIZATION

No simpler than this series of pedals ...

SOUND QUALITY

The sound is very good and adds a little something to clear sound not bad, its a very well saturated even with a low-end guitar, and unlike the nano chorus, it does not blow once engaged!

OVERALL OPINION

Tried for an hour yesterday (along with the nano chorus), a very good little pedal to look cheap "vintage".
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thebaidethebaide

Electro-Harmonix Muff OverdrivePublished on 04/01/08 at 06:27
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A switch, a button is simple. All analog

UTILIZATION

Nothing to say on this point, nothing could be easier!

SOUND QUALITY

Ha .... what the problem is the! Level stuff, I possde a fender telecaster lite ash, a lap steel in effect a tube screamer and a wah, all scales in a peavey bandit 112.
I expected that the pedals it boosts my already saturated lightweight for solos, but the result is uncontrollable: the sound is loud trs, and there is an increase volume consquente, then is less than the lower tone and volume knobs on the guitar before initiating the effect, I see it.
Ms. using only this one has pedals sound too loud ...
can be good for punk dirty ...

OVERALL OPINION

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A switch, a button is simple. All analog

UTILIZATION

Nothing to say on this point, nothing could be easier!

SOUND QUALITY

Ha .... what the problem is the! Level stuff, I possde a fender telecaster lite ash, a lap steel in effect a tube screamer and a wah, all scales in a peavey bandit 112.
I expected that the pedals it boosts my already saturated lightweight for solos, but the result is uncontrollable: the sound is loud trs, and there is an increase volume consquente, then is less than the lower tone and volume knobs on the guitar before initiating the effect, I see it.
Ms. using only this one has pedals sound too loud ...
can be good for punk dirty ...

OVERALL OPINION

I sold as dry.
OK quality price ratio, is 31 euros there's no miracle .... although the brand BELCAT make a nice overdrive!
ca short .... not worth a fart!
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MumbliMumbli

Electro-Harmonix Muff OverdrivePublished on 11/11/08 at 01:34
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Small overdrive pedal that leans toward the thick fuzz when you push the only setting available (volume)

UTILIZATION

To be easier to remove the volume control, and remove input and output jack ... I would complicated the ca!
easy editing, not against, it is necessary to experiment to put it in a chain effect. for me, as close as the guitar is best. According to some effect, it tends to beat up in the treble but are not musical.

SOUND QUALITY

Indeed if we look more interesting than overdrive, as it is rather in the dirty fuzz.
low volume, you can get a clean sound that gets dirty limit by attacking more. pretty cool.

OVERALL OPINION

I for 1 month. I like to try distos......
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Small overdrive pedal that leans toward the thick fuzz when you push the only setting available (volume)

UTILIZATION

To be easier to remove the volume control, and remove input and output jack ... I would complicated the ca!
easy editing, not against, it is necessary to experiment to put it in a chain effect. for me, as close as the guitar is best. According to some effect, it tends to beat up in the treble but are not musical.

SOUND QUALITY

Indeed if we look more interesting than overdrive, as it is rather in the dirty fuzz.
low volume, you can get a clean sound that gets dirty limit by attacking more. pretty cool.

OVERALL OPINION

I for 1 month. I like to try distos overdrives and other machines graillou, and even more to the mix. sometimes we get some very interesting things ...
for this purpose, I am not fooled in the end just the same feeling with his big sister's big muff. I can not find its really for my taste.
bah, for the price, It does not much risk, and reliability level, it's all good (electroharmonix what!)
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Electro-Harmonix
  • Model: Muff Overdrive
  • Category: Overdrive pedals
  • Added in our database on: 10/16/2006

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