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The feedback/filter caps in the two gain stages varied from 500p F to 560p F, just like the real triangle Big Muffs.

The low pass filter at the input stage was removed, as was done on some early Big Muffs.

In the mid 1970s an exceptionally good sounding Big Muff clone appeared on the market in the USA, the Hohner Tri Dirty Booster.

The Tri stood for Triangle, as the V1 Big Muff had come to be known due to the triangular knob layout.

Feedback resistors were low 220k to 270k, values very uncommon in real Big Muffs.

Many of the other resistor values were uncommon as well.

Bob Garcia, Jordan's chief engineer may have also been involved.

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