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    Senior Member andy474x's Avatar
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    NPD - Lovepedal Eternity Fuse! Anyone else using one???

    Got down to one of my favorite West Michigan shops today in hopes of finding an S2 semi-hollow... no dice there, the only S2 in the place was a Starla. But since I was there (and, admittedly, a little loosened up from lunch at the brewery next door), I figured I might as well try something. I just got my first paycheck, after 4 years of grad school, so I had to, right? So I looked through the pedal case, and whaddya know, a couple that I've been meaning to try. Wampler Ace Thirty - no dice. Couldn't find a drive tone that I liked, the only thing that really did anything for me was setting it totally clean. Next up, Electro Harmonix Soul Food - supposedly a Klone, better than the Ace Thirty, but it still a quite obvious sounding pedal. So I'm about to hit the road, when I spy a single Lovepedal. Huh. Never tried one of those, might as well give it a shot because I've heard some people swear by them. Store's closing in 10 minutes. Plug it in, wow, talk about a smooth, warm tone! Flip the toggle and there are some other very nice sounds coming out. Grand total of maybe 60 seconds later, and I know it's leaving with me. So I got it home tonight and gave it a run with my rig, and I'm digging it so far. A big refinement of the TS type tone, plus the toggle switch opens up some tones that, to me, are more reminiscent of a Plexi or JCM with a TS boost out front. A little more clarity than my current TS type pedal, plus way more gain, and it's SMOOTH. Almost a Santana-like tone.

    So, I know the Eternity series has been around a while, and with several incarnations, any users hanging out here? I'm looking for some cool settings and ways to use it, I think I'm really gonna love this pedal (pun intended) the more I experiment with it. Let's hear it!
    -I'm no expert, but it seems to work and I haven't electrocuted myself yet. Which is pretty much the standard I live by.

    S2 Custom 22 Semi-Hollow - SE Akesson+57/08's - Mira X - SE Custom 24 25th Anniversary - SE 30 Head/Cab

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    Those cats make some nice stuff. I have not tried this one.
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    Sean (Lovepedal) makes my favorite overdrives. I can't play without my Amp Eleven (actually have 2). It stays true to your existing tone, nice organic richness. OD heaven....

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    Quote Originally Posted by LJD View Post
    Sean (Lovepedal) makes my favorite overdrives. I can't play without my Amp Eleven (actually have 2). It stays true to your existing tone, nice organic richness. OD heaven....
    That's a great pedal.
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