Eternity Super 6 vs. Texas Two Step

lightningsmith

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Please note: I got the E6 mixed up with the Super 6 and the title should have read Eternity E6 instead.

I own a burst Eternity and a Pedalworx Texas Two Step. Both pedals are different, albeit they're TS based - the burst is warmer, smoother, lower gain while the TTS is more open, raw, brighter, has more gain and volume on tap and gives more hair around the notes, almost-fuzz like.

Then I heard about the E6 version of the eternity and read its description as gainier, brighter, thicker, fuzzier, louder and less compressed than the other eternities and I immediately reckon that fits the exact description of the TTS when I compared it side by side with the burst E.

Has anyone owned both the E6 and TTS and would care to comment how similar or different they are?
 

teleblaster

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The super 6 and the E6 are two different pedals. The E6 is meaner,rawer, less compressed, Louder ect.. ect... the super 6 is a blackface on 6 pre amp pedal. I often wondered if the super 6 could turn a clean tweed amp into a blackface on 6? I might have to get one. The super6 that is.:messedup
 

SunnyRollins

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Then I heard about the E6 version of the eternity and read its description as gainier, brighter, thicker, fuzzier, louder and less compressed than the other eternities
i guess you're talkin bout the E6 "silver anniversary" (Lovepedal homepage).
Bad news, only 10 were made.:messedup
 




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