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Lovepedal eternity burst or....? (tone help!)

fatbagg

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I understand tone is subjective.....That being said, Im seeking some opinions on a certain pedal/tone.

I know the eternity burst has a very woody, big bold, fat midrange tone, and can be somewhat smooth.

Is that something that is bigger/fatter in the midrange, and smoother?

Ive always enjoyed the zendrive, but has a bit more compression than I currently need.

I will be using "this" (whatever it may be, if not an eternity) on an already driven amp to fatten and drive further. If anyone has suggestions, let me know!
 

trower

[geer/peyj] hubris, confuse, paralysis by analysis
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Good question, we have smilar wants. I too find the Eternity a uniquely fine pedal. I would dial in more grit and thump and ease back the mid a tad and Boom!...That would be a great pedal for me.
 

Dog Boy

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Kelley flexi TS9

Not as compressed as the Zen and you have control over the low end unlike many TS9s. Its got as much gain as you want and can be as clean as any TS style pedal gets.
 

rawkguitarist

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Find a Barber Direct Drive with the mod board or a Super Sport and boost the mids... I loved my Eternity OD's, had two of the older hand wired ones.

Easily dig my Direct Drives better in every way.
 

Strat58

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Hi I used as treble boost for a dimed 1974X Marshall and it worked out great on the CD. I tried several settings and vol. max tone 12 and drive 0 sounded the best.
Peace Strat58
 






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