Lovepedal Woodrow (demo)

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  1. fatback

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    Thanks man!! :AOK
     
  3. Don L

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    Cool! I should be getting mine today or tomorrow!
     
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    Thank you sir! Really looking forward to getting this one now. (Order placed 1/9)
     
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    Cool vid. There's some serious weed influence if you ask me. :AOK
     
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    Hmmm, I didn't notice...Let me see your eyes, Fatback....:)
     
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    I really like the woodrow, kinda fuzz like at times....in a subtle way...Its a fun pedal to play. Here is a pic
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  8. fatback

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    Actually more of a caffeine and Ween influence on this one. Weed just makes me shred lullabyes.

    sweep... tap... divebomb... sleep.

    :messedup ;)





    Cool pic Budlite. a Love-burst trifecta!
    :D
     
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    Hey, nice chops, but I'm still devoted to my Keeley modded "9"
     
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    John -

    It seems like the Woodrow is quite a bit thicker gain-wise than a CoT50 (and looser in the bottom end too), am I hearing that correctly? Always hard to tell with my crappy monitor speakers...

    Ever play an Analogman Sunface NKT275? I wonder if these compare at all..?

    The dynamics sound killer - Sean really has an ear for that stuff!
     
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    I'd say you're hearing things pretty clearly. :)

    I wouldn't compare the Woodrow to a Fuzzface style circuuit. They seem very different in feel and in the type of grit and gain.

    Sean is a madman!:AOK
     
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    thanks!

    Jazzmaster players unite :D
     
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    How does it compare to the Mule?
    Has anyone put it up against the Gainster?

    Good job on the vid, as usual!
     
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    +1 Ween
     
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    how does it differ from the the other 100000 OD pedals out there ? not being sarcastic, just curious !
     
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    Cool demo as usual!

    Waiting anxiously for mine. :dude
     
  17. Don L

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    What I heard on Sean's clips was this "swell" in the notes that I often associate with the tube amps. Hearing that freaked me out and I had to order one. That is the first and only new pedal I've ordered ever!
     
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    You won't be dissapointed. goes anywhere from clean to breakup to full cranked tweed. and it totally is different with 90's, hb, and singles. a steal at his price. I have stopped using my other pedals because of the range and complexity of this one.
     
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    It is closer to the Mule in feel, but the Woodrow is a bit more dramatic in the amount of gain it has and the way it cleans up from your guitar's volume knob.



    Marcello - The way the Woodrow cleans up and reacts to your playing dynamics makes it one of the more amp-like pedals I've tried.
     
  20. Don L

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    Got mine today and just checked it out at VERY low volumes (the wife and kids are sleeping). Definitely worth checking out at that price! I ran it through '68 Princeton Reverb, '66 Deluxe Reverb, '68 Pro Reverb, and 2x12 Tophat Club Deluxe using a 335 and a les paul. Through the Fenders, it sounded pretty decent with the Pro Reverb sounding the best among them with the bright switch off. With the Club Deluxe, it sounded fantastic even at low volumes with the CD's gain knob half way up at the point of break up. You can hear and feel that "swell" that I've mentioned before. Really nice raw-type of OD with quite a bit of "hair" around the notes. Not a smooth, refined OD sound. I do hear little bit of fuzz-like sound in there along with the feel of fuzzbox, that sagging feel if you know what I mean. And like fatback says, it goes from all out OD to clean with flick of the guitar volume going from 10 to 8.
    I'm going to try it at the band practice on Saturday at much louder volume. I'm sure it'll sound even better!
    Well done, Sean!! :dude
     

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