Electro-Harmonix Introduces the Nano Bass Big Muff Pi

Electro-Harmonix Nano Bass Big Muff PiElectro-Harmonix has expanded their bass offerings with the announcement of the Nano Bass Big Muff Pi, a distortion/sustainer pedal that blends features of its predecessors into a smaller package. The new pedal is voiced like the EHX Russian Big Muff but has a classic Big Muff Pi control layout with Sustain, Tone, and Volume knobs. Electro-Harmonix says the pedal dishes out sounds from a “slight but satisfying grit to an over-the-top wall of bass fuzz.”

Besides its main controls, the Nano Bass Big Muff Pi has a Dry switch that mixes in your dry bass signal in with the pedal’s distortion at unity level. Other features include a true bypass circuit and a die-cast chassis.

The Electro-Harmonix Nano Bass Big Muff Pi comes with 9-volt battery, but an optional AC power adaptor is available. It will be available soon with a street price of $80.20.

Electro-Harmonix Nano Bass Big Muff Pi Details:

Sustain, Tone, Volume Controls
Dry Switch Blends in Dry Signal
True Bypass
Die-Cast Chassis
Power: 9V (included) or AC Power Adaptor (sold separately)

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  1. No blend??? …. Why ehx why????

    • Bobby

      Juan, the level of dry signal doesn’t change. Your volume knob selects the level of the distorted signal, and thus, the blend.

  2. Because it’s a horrible fuzz in the first place?