Comparison between Mojo Drive and Chupacabra?

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  1. geetarboy

    geetarboy Member

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    Anyone running both the Lovekraft pedals, Mojo Drive and Chupacabra? I got a Chupacabra a week or so ago and really like it and was thinking of trying the Mojo out, but I'm afraid there might be too much overlap in tones. Are they distinct enough to run both on the same board? From the description of the Mojo, I'm hoping it might fill my need for both TS and Marshall type tones (getting them from an Eternity and BB right now).
     
  2. dividedsky

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    I think they are definitely versatile enough to get both. The Mojo is a hotrodded TS and the Chupa is a hotrodded Rat so basically they are as different as a TS and a Rat!
     
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    I'm using both and there is plenty of difference.... two great pedals.

    rock

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  4. gitpicker

    gitpicker Silver Supporting Member

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    The Chup is fatter, thicker, and has a lot more gain on tap - it will definitely get you into distortion territory - the Mojo is a mid-to-high gain OD. If you really worked it you could probably get them to cover some of the same territory, but they really are very different pedals.
     
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    ethan walker Supporting Member

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    All true! They're based on 2 totally different circuits and I don't feel there's a ton of overlap.

    Ethan

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