Electro-Harmonix Nano Big Muff Pi Distortion / Fuzz / Overdrive Pedal

Distortion/Fuzz Pedal with Volume, Sustain, and Tone Controls
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EHX's Legendary Distortion in a More Pedalboard-friendly Size

Everything you love about the legendary Big Muff, in a compact pedal that's perfect for any pedalboard! The electro-harmonix Big Muff Pi Nano distortion/fuzz pedal serves up a wide range of aggressive tones that have been favored by Jimi Hendrix, Santana, Pink Floyd, and countless others. The tone control covers expansive sonic territory, while the sustain control lets you dial in just how huge your sound is. The Big Muff Pi is one of the most popular distortion/fuzz boxes at Sweetwater for electric guitar or bass, and now you can have it in a more convenient smaller size with the ehx Big Muff Pi Nano!

Electro-harmonix Big Muff Pi Nano Distortion/Fuzz Pedal Features at a Glance:
  • Wide-ranging distortion/fuzz effect for electric guitar or bass
  • Tone control lets you sweep from warm, wooly rhythm tones to biting lead tone
  • Sustain control enhances harmonic distortion as well as sustain
  • Favored by players such as Jimi Hendrix, Santana, David Gilmour, and countless others
  • A staple of rock music since the 1970s
Bolster your tone with the ehx Big Muff Pi Nano!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Distortion/Fuzz
Inputs 1 x instrument
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 2"
Width 2.2"
Depth 4.3"
Weight 0.55 lbs.
Power Supply Included No
Manufacturer Part Number NANOBM

Customer Reviews

4/5
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5/5

Nano Big Muff Pi

Small but ferocious! This little beast was surprisingly loud, and extremely heavy. Plugged into a Fender Twin for ultimate clean palate start, Found "Siamese" era tone immediately. Also surprising where the artificial harmonics conjured with vintage style strat single coils! pound for pound, this little slice of sonic mayhem delivered!!
5/5

Nano Big Muff Pi

The Nano Big Muff Pi is now my favorite pedal. I love the tones I get with this thing and because it's compact it fits perfectly on my pedal board. I was also surprised that Sweetwater had already installed the battery so when I plugged it in I was ready to Jam. Awesome!
Music background: Contemporary Christian, Blues, Rock,
5/5

Nano Big Muff

I never thought I needed a fuzz unit until I got this thing. It can go from a little grind to fat and juicy without losing clarity. A lot of sound in a pedal board friendly size. Simple to operate and it looks to be very road worthy. What's not to like? Go get you one.
Music background: weekend warrior
5/5

Total Big Muff Sound in small package

This pedal does everything advertised: total Big Muff Pi sound in a smaller box. All the tone, all the sustain, all the distortion you can handle! Not advised for those looking for 'a little boost' to their sound. This is serious fuzz tone. Solid construction, no noise while on by-pass, excellent response on the knobs. I was able to tune in a perfect volume for my multiple amps with different overall volume levels, no problem. And of course, Sweetwater provided their top-class service and support throughout the buying experience. Best price, top-notch support, and fast shipping. You guys ROCK!!!
Music background: Hobby guitarist--25 years experience
4.5/5

From light stubble to full beard fuzz

I was playing some grunge songs and thought to myself, "Man, this would really sound great with some fuzz." I finally decided on this pedal, and I'm glad I did. It's a much friendlier size than the Big Muff Pi, but doesn't lose anything in tone. With the sustain turned all the way down it fattens up the single coils on my strat and adds a little hair to the sound. At halfway I can get thick, fuzzy tone that still has tons of definition. Crank it all the way up and single note solos really sing. My only complaint is it really accentuates the single coil hum, especially at higher gain. No problem on the in-between pickup settings on my strat, or on the bridge humbucker though.
Music background: Hobbyist
See also: Distortion Pedals, Electro-Harmonix, Electro-Harmonix Distortion, Overdrive, Boost & Fuzz