Big Muff V3 (1977)

Is this the most iconic Muff of them all? 

The Version 3 Big muffs (1976-79) were the first muffs to have an AC power in and some featured a tone bypass switch.
Looks wise the now familiar red and black paint job featuring the Pi symbol was used. 
The very first V3’s however had none of this, no Ac Jack, no tone bypass and in fact the circuit was exactly the same as the V2 Big Muff … And THAT is what you’re experiencing with this pedal.  

Featuring the BC-239 transistors and the exact circuit in a V2 Ram’s head edition this rare muff certainly is a nice piece of Pi.

Big Muff V3 (1977) technical specifications

Manufacturer Electro-Harmonix
Made In USA
FX Acoustic Simulator
Additional FX Acoustic Simulator
Type Pedal
Jacks mounted on One side
Bypass Buffered Bypass
Battery? No
Polarity Center Positive
Circuit Digital
Tube equipped? No
Colour Black

Big Muff V3 (1977) reviews & comparison videos

Big Muff V3 (1977) reviews & comparison

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