Although it seems like we’ve been waiting aeons for EHX to reissue its various Muff iterations of yesteryear, we didn’t expect so many to show up in such a short burst. You now have a variety of options, from sliced-speaker offerings to zippy and velcro-like alternatives.
The Triangle Big Muff Pi is a faithful recreation of the pedal that started it all. Perfect for psychedelic rock or driving power chords, this variation does it all.
The Attack Decay is a reissue of a short-lived 80s model. With a knob assigned to both attack and decay, you can shape your sound with surgical precision, while also adding a blend control to smooth out any hairiness with your dry signal. Poly mode makes every note trigger its own envelope; Mono mode resets the envelope with each note.
Finally, the Tone Corset is an all-analogue OTA compressor that has a particularly organic squash. The four-knob design allows for much more tonal manipulation than your average compressor, while the blend knob ensures you can retain the integrity of your killer guitar tones.
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