Gotta know your ancestors...

The classic American huge hair based sustaining device.

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JP30
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Re: Gotta know your ancestors...

Post by JP30 » Wed Nov 26, 2008 4:34 am

I ve never had a chance to try out Tri, Foxey.. I don't think I ever will. I have not seem too many of them on the Ebay or anywhere else.
3003 Muff are easy to find. :chillin:

your Civil war muff is clean. :badlove: Mine is not nearly clean as one you got, but sound pretty good to me.


If the Captain ever makes MUFF pedal again, I 'll be all over it.
May be he will make DAM Muff with switchable tone control. going from Foxey, 3003 and Geen muff!! would be called ""Ezekiel MUFF""
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Re: Gotta know your ancestors...

Post by squarewave » Wed Nov 26, 2008 9:00 am

Take that Mascis
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Re: Gotta know your ancestors...

Post by slomatic » Fri Dec 12, 2008 5:53 pm

JP30 wrote:I ve never had a chance to try out Tri, Foxey.. I don't think I ever will. I have not seem too many of them on the Ebay or anywhere else.
3003 Muff are easy to find. :chillin:

your Civil war muff is clean. :badlove: Mine is not nearly clean as one you got, but sound pretty good to me.


If the Captain ever makes MUFF pedal again, I 'll be all over it.
May be he will make DAM Muff with switchable tone control. going from Foxey, 3003 and Geen muff!! would be called ""Ezekiel MUFF""
Now THAT'S an idea!!! :headbanger:
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Re: Gotta know your ancestors...

Post by cubba » Fri Dec 12, 2008 10:02 pm



Nice!

They're all slightly different but all have something different to offer
and may mate better with a certain gtr or amp.

Some Muff's certainly taste better than others.

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I never knew the Civil War Muff came in green?
What gets me is all the tweaking,
just crank that bitch and be done with it! -- duende
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Re: Gotta know your ancestors...

Post by JP30 » Sun Dec 14, 2008 5:32 pm

cubba wrote:
I never knew the Civil War Muff came in green?
ere' it'iz


Green Civilwar.
my other silver face civilwar muff was sent off for the repair, but I still got this.
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Re: Gotta know your ancestors...

Post by Jeuk » Fri Dec 26, 2008 9:34 pm

well....which one's your favorite? :smashed:
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Re: Gotta know your ancestors...

Post by SBlue » Mon Jan 12, 2009 4:59 am

Sickle wrote:Earlier this year someone selflessly donated a Green Army for future D*A*M R&D.

:whistle:

Sblue, there's another real nice looking Foxey Lady on the Fleabay right now. Could be a nice consolation prize for not bagging a black '66.

:party:
Thanks for the tip!
It took a while for me to reply 'cause I was way down south enjoying the pouring rain, non stop drinking and girls with big but.
I think that as far as Guild and EH goes, the only Muff from them left is the 70's NYC. Otherwise I should not spend more money in Big Muff pedals... unless if there's a future DAM Muff or a vintage big muff made by a different company.
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Re: Gotta know your ancestors...

Post by redeyeflight » Wed Feb 04, 2009 2:27 am

i need a creepy fingers muff!!! I kick myself thinking about all the times I saw the ram head being offered on the dam website and never bought one....
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Re: Gotta know your ancestors...

Post by SBlue » Wed Apr 29, 2009 5:25 am

The updated family shot...
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Re: Gotta know your ancestors...

Post by SBlue » Wed Apr 29, 2009 7:18 am

Sickle wrote:Oh shit, YOU got the Sekova?!

Good job, man!

How does that one sound? I only read good things about it.

:drool2: :drool2: :drool2:
It ended up here!!! Hopefully, it will stay here longer than it stayed on it's last home.
It sounds very good! I does have a ton of gain, and it sound very tight, more than most BMs I have(except for the P2). It's closer sounding to the Hohner Tri Dirty Booster, but with better bass, more gain and tighter. It's a winner! Besides that, it looks really cool!
Now tell me how's the Sickle's Guitar ... how are you liking the flat wound strings?
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