And the Triangle Big Muff is really hyped up and if you tell people it's back, they'll buy it.That's funny.
In an interview Mike Matthews gave in a major business mag some years back, he stated explicitly that in the 70's you could take any four consecutive Big Muffs off the assembly line and they would all sound different from each other, because of the wide tolerances of the components, and the fact that they'd get many of their parts surplus from different distributors.
None of that is to say that Triangle Big Muffs sound lousy, whether original or reissue. But what EXACTLY is the sound of a Triangle Big Muff? It's a bit like asking what does a *real* human being look like. There is so much variation that the prototypic one, selected to represent them all is pretty vague.