This pedal can create all the smooth violin-like sustain and creamy tones that made its big brother so famous. Throughout the 70s and onwards, the Big Muff has been known for its great sound, although has always been the bane of musicians who have been tight on pedalboard real-estate. The Little Big Muff, solves the problem of the chunky form by squeezing all the innards of the Big Muff into a pedal that is just a bit wider than a standard Boss stompbox. Who said big tone needed a big pedal?!