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Lovepedal Eternity Fuse Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal
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The Lovepedal Eternity can be 3 pedals in one”Overdrive, Treble Booster and Clean booster”depending on where you set the dials. You can also blend th...Click To Read More About This Product
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Overdrive, treble boost, and clean boost, all wrapped up in one amazing pedal.
The Lovepedal Eternity can be 3 pedals in one”Overdrive, Treble Booster and Clean booster”depending on where you set the dials. You can also blend these 3 factors. It has a socketed IC so you can swap out different ICs (extra ICs are not included). It's a treble boost instead of a normal tone control. The Lovepedal Eternity Fuse Overdrive pedal provides darker tones, brighter tones with an unorthodox control.
It is a very smooth type of overdrive as well. The Eternity Fuse pedal can go from nothing at all to very warm-sounding vintage overdriven tube sound, a clean flat booster or a treble booster, or even a tweed amp.
Turn the toggle switch to the right for a strat-sounding wail. The toggle set at the middle gives a clean boost, with a warm, classic tube-driven vibe. Turn it to the left for screaming classic overdrive, ideal for blues, rock, or a multitude of other music styles. And with the treble boost all the way off, the overdrive pedal gives you warmer tone than most tube amps.
The Lovepedal Eternity overdrive pedal always stays true to what's coming out of your guitar no matter how hard you drive it, so you never turn into the pedal. It also breaks up the harder you dig into the strings, which sounds killer.
- Glass control
- Level control
- Drive control
- Toggle switch
- Small, rugged structure
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My Love Pedal is about 3 years old and while it does not have the toggle switch it is a sweet unit. This pedal gives me a long warm sounding sustain that I need for what I do. It can also give you ear shattering highs if you want them.
I have owned and tried a large variety of overdrive pedals over the years and this is far and away the best. It sounds like a harmonically rich, overdriven valve amp and responds very well to changes of guitar volume and picking dynamics. I use it with both Fender & Gibson guitars and it works superbly with both. I use either a Vox AC 15TVH or a 1965 Fender Bandmaster and it gives a full but bright sound through both.
The Eternity Fuse absolutely excels at a creamy fat sound that is smoother than any other pedal I have ever tried. Some other, such as the much lauded OCD just sound buzzy by comparison. This one just fattens up even the brightest Strat even if you dial in very little distortion so can be used as a clean(ish) boost if needed. If you want a little hair added to a clean guitar this is your pedal and it can get close to Gary Moore saturation with everything maxed when combined with a amp being pushed reasonably hard.
I find I am leaving the pedal turned on throughout our set and just adjust the amount of grind with either more guitar volume or by overdriving the Eternity Fuse with either my Seymour Duncan booster or T8 Tube Screamer. By just mixing these three pedals I can get any sound from the legendary SRV "clean/dirty" sound to a Billy Gibbons approved Les Paul grind with singing harmonics and huge sustain at even lowish volumes. This way I don't have to fiddle with settings between songs with saves a lot of time. The toggle switch adds some great old school grind by pushing it to the left. Push the toggle the other way and get some treble boost that can take you to Brian May, EVH or ZZ Top territory.
The Eternity Fuse is not for idea heavy-bottom metal and other uber-saturated sounds (although combined with other pedals and a raging amp it could get close). It isn't cheap but still the best there is in my opinion.
I've been playing and recording for 35 years and of all of the O/D type pedals I've owned this has to be the best most true sounding unit. Very versatile, had balls & caritly and is great compament to any guitar and amp I own. It doesn't color the sound of your instrumen, cords ring clear no matter what inversions you use. Highy recomended!