What if the Violet Ram's Head was the first version of the Big Muff and not the Triangle.

I know this isn't a huge stretch, as the Ram's Head came out three years after the Triangle, but I decided to make one using the same type of parts in the original Triangle and making it in a Triangle-era enclosure.

I used the same type of resistors and capacitors found in the early pedals along with the same type of transistors.

Using these parts gives the Ram's Head a little more open tone and some very slight grit in the fuzz.

The tone of the pedal is still balanced and warm like the original 1975 Violet Ram's Head.

Vintage Edition pedals are made using the most accurate and original type of parts I can find. With it becoming more difficult to find vintage parts, I am only to make these pedals in small amounts.

VINTAGE CIVIL WAR®


  • Original 2N5133 Transistors
  • Sovtek-style knobs
  • True-Bypass
  • 9V Battery or 2.1 9V Adapter
  • 8mA
  • NOS Parts
  • Handmade in the U.S.A.


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What if the Civil War was the first version of the Big Muff and not the Triangle.

I decided to make a Civil War using the same vintage parts in the original Triangle muffs but keeping all the values of the Civil War and making it in a Triangle-era enclosure.

I used the same type of resistors and capacitors found in the early pedals along with the same type of transistors.

Using these parts gives the Civil War a slightly different feel to it. The fuzz is warmer, clearer and the tone still has the low end but it is a clearer and smoother low end but has amazing clarity.

VINTAGE 1973 RAM'S HEAD® V1 "BRICK MUFF"


  • Original 2N5133 Transistors
  • Original-style knobs
  • True-Bypass
  • 9V Battery or 2.1 9V Adapter Only
  • 8mA
  • NOS Parts
  • Handmade in the U.S.A.


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What if the Green Russian was the first version of the Big Muff and not the Triangle.

This was made using the same type of vintage parts in original Triangle muffs but keeping all the values of the Civil War and making it in a Triangle-era enclosure.

I used the same type of resistors and capacitors found in the early pedals along with the same type of transistors.

Using vintage parts gives the Green Russian a bit more clarity throughout the tone and a slight crispness to the fuzz while retaining the full, low-end and grit of the original.

Here's another "What if...?" pedal, the 1973 Ram's Head V1 the "Brick Muff."

Inside you will find the same type of resistors, capacitors and transistors found in the early Triangle muffs and put in a Triangle-era enclosure.

This version of the Ram's Head is like a mix of "Violet" gain and Russian Muff darkness.
The "Brick Muff" has excellent string clarity, punchy attack on the notes and a lot of harmonics and sustain.

VINTAGE 1975 VIOLET RAM'S HEAD®


  • Original 2N5133 Transistors
  • Original-style knobs
  • True-Bypass
  • 9V Battery or 2.1 9V Adapter
  • 8mA
  • NOS Parts
  • Handmade in the U.S.A.


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Due to the nature of the stainless steel used for the enclosures there may be some imperfections in the enclosure and in the finish.

VINTAGE GREEN RUSSIAN™


  • Original 2N5133 Transistors
  • Sovtek-style knobs
  • True-Bypass
  • 9V Battery or 2.1 9V Adapter
  • 8mA
  • NOS Parts
  • Handmade in the U.S.A.


Limited to five pedals.

$355.00