lovepedals got some new stuff

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  1. aarockla

    aarockla Member

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    New or well not new, but revamped pedals I just saw:

    E6 Anniversary: only $200

    Purple Plexi 800 and COT Gold: both down from the crazy $350 prices to about <$250.

    I always wanted a PP last summer but didn't want to spend $330, maybe worth it for $230.

    The Anniversery E is definitely intriguing for the price. My only problem is he describes it as a fuzz? What is up with that?
     
  2. Squigglefunk

    Squigglefunk Senior Member

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  3. rawkguitarist

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    Just waisted part of my morning contemplating what you meant buy this post.

    What do you have to add to this subject? Favorite Lovepedal? Own any?
     
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    At least he has good taste in cartoons.
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  5. rawkguitarist

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    I said I was done with distortion/OD pedals... but that Purple Plexi 800 is calling my name...:jo

    Better resist.:crazy
     
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    I hate this place.

    Just bought an E6.

    You guys kill me. And here I thought my GAS was under control.
     
  7. Squigglefunk

    Squigglefunk Senior Member

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    my favorite one is the lovepedal one
     
  8. slopeshoulder

    slopeshoulder Senior Member

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    The E6 is high gain, like a fuzz. Not like a regular E.
     
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    My E6 isn't like a fuzz. It's got plenty of gain, but I would not use the word fuzz to describe it at all.
     
  10. nibus

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    I have an E6 that totally pwned my original burst. more gain, less compression. more natural sounding.
     
  11. MAGICboy

    MAGICboy Gold Supporting Member

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    yeah? those are my favorite too.. :BluesBros
     
  12. MAGICboy

    MAGICboy Gold Supporting Member

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    This is the Silver Anniversary e6
    it says ALMOST a fuzz at times.. not that it is a fuzz but sometimes, fuzz like

    www.lovepedal.com/e6.htm
     
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    garyrogue Gold Supporting Member

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    So what would difference be between Eternity OD listed on site vs E6 anniversary? Gain? sonicly? if possible.
    thanks Gary
     
  14. SunnyRollins

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    ok, so Lovepedal is a one trick pony with slight variations...to me, that's a really good thing, the mark of the greats in a way.
    i mean, i haven't yet hear SRV playing tango or be-bob, or Angus playing polka, or Gilmour playing bluegrass, they're all one trick ponies...or for that matter, Marshall amps are known and respected for ONE kind of sound with small variations based around it. Same with Dumble, Fender or whatever.
    Pedal sepecialists is a great thing IMO (RMC, Sweet, Klon, etc).
    I like the fact that Sean is always moving and making new pedals (mostly all around the boost, drive, dist, fuzz sound) and if he is making money with it is not a problem for me...the problem is that WE should take care of our bank accounts, and be really picky in order to choose the right one(s).
    I don't need a new line of Lovepedal wine or cosmetics, just keep perfecting the "perfect overdrive"!
    By the way, he also makes guitars and amps...a really talented dude.
     
  15. Andre357

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    How does it differ in sound from a Burst Eternity ?? I recently bought a Burst and LOVE it by the way....:AOK
     
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    I'm soooo glad I paid $310 for a used Purple Plexi. Maybe this new one's different?!?
     
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    Sean told me that the new Purple Plexi 800 is different from the PP100. The 800 has a tone control with a sort of sweepable active-like control. The PP100 really had no tone control so you have to tweak yr amp to work well with the pedal. The 100 would be great for dark amps...not so much for bright amps. The 800 sounds like it could do the 100 tones but with more gain and versatility.

    BTW: the Eternity has ended my search for the perfect OD, maybe with the 800, he'll end my search for the perfect distortion.
     

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