Over at Never Too Late Guitar, he posted a great post where he compares the EHX Big Muff Pi (Wicker Switch Version) against the Analog Sun Face NKT 275. He played his 1957 Reissue Gibson Les Paul Goldtop and a Vox AC15CC.
Along with his description of settings, he provided a nice little video with audio clips of the two different effects. Personally, he did the clips the way I like them. Simple. Play the same ‘simple’ thing with one pedal, then play it again with the other pedal. I thought it gave a great interpretation of what the pedals sound like in the real world. Obviously, different guitar and amp can change this as well, or the application of the pedal… meaning do you use a fuzz to ‘wool’ up your lead tone, or is it stand alone for rhythm or specific lead tone. I personally have a few pedals just for ‘wool’ (not sure if that’s a official term or what), but I use them for giving body to lead. I don’t particularly like the pedal by itself, but love it after the TS9 for example.
Anyway, kudos to Never Too Late Guitar. Great comparison. You should check it out!
13 years ago
HA… Simple… Yeah, I was trying to be “simple” 🙂
Actually I do hate it when people do reviews and play one riff/song and then 2 minutes later play something else all together. I like to play the same exact thing and then cut them together so you can hear an exact comparison of what you just heard.
The audio isn’t the greatest due to the normal guitar store noise (i.e. other people rocking out).
Thanks for the post.Reply
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