EHX Releases the New Triangle Big Muff Pi Reissue

Following up last last year's Green Russian Big Muff Pi reissue and the Corgan-approved Op-Amp Muff reissue, longstanding pedal titans Electro-Harmonix released a video on its YouTube channel this morning demoing its brand-new recreation of an old-school favorite right in time for the company's 50th anniversary—the Triangle Big Muff Pi reissue.

Referred to as the "Triangle" Muff because of its signature volume, sustain, and tone knob layout, the original circuit was the very first Muff EHX made back in 1969, kicking off a line of fuzz pedals that would quickly become ubiquitous with the brand and a favorite among guitarists across a wide range of genres.

As the teaser video demonstrates, the Triangle Big Muff Pi is capable of moving from "detailed and sophisticated... to an all-out barrage of sound," capturing and faithfully reproducing all of the original character of the V1 circuit and packing it into a smaller, more pedalboard-friendly chassis. With vintage originals becoming increasingly harder to find and prohibitively more expensive all the time, this Triangle Muff reissue gives musicians the ability to add that signature violin-like sustain and classic fuzzy tone to their boards.

Be sure to check out EHX's teaser video, and click here to pick up your own Triangle reissue on Reverb right now.


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