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The Big Muff is probably one of the most sought after, and heavily replicated pedals on the planet. Even though it is still made by the original manufacturer, it's long and varied history has made it's way into many other pedal manufacturers' fold. When Catalinbread set out to create the Manx Loaghtan fuzz, their goal wasn't to brush off an obscure build to recreate. Rather than looking back over that pedals heritage, they wanted to try and push it forward. One of the more common traits among fuzzes of that ilk is the tone control. However, they felt that such a tone stack was rather limiting. Often you would follow the sweep looking for the one spot that sounded right. The one spot where it didn't sound too boomy or constricted and thin. Where the pedal finally finds its harmony. Catalinbread wanted it to not be a compromise between too bright and too bassy, but also be capable of doing either or both with a nice mid range scoop in order to sound HEAVY for chunky chords. So rather than using the traditional tone control they incorporated the Baxandall.
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