LP Eternity placement in chain vs. buffer issue?

slopeshoulder

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What's this I hear about Lovepodal Eternities being sensitive to placement (viz. buffers)? Where does it like to be?

I have it before a few buffered pedals, and stack mine before and after other pedals, and have moved it around as my board evolved, but I've never noticed any wierdness. I've had Roadhouse and HW burst, now I have a Kanji.

Can someone enlighten me?
I'm just not apparently having this issue.
 

cbpickin

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I have had several HW bursts and an original white one and they all sounded best right before a buffered pedal.
 

Mac-P

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I have had several HW bursts and an original white one and they all sounded best right before a buffered pedal.

This is interesting - I have the same: an '06 white HW & '07 burst HW & notice that they don't like to go IN to certain other OD's (sound muffled), but other OD's into them sound fine.

hmmmm... :munch
 

PEImatrix

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I don't think there is a pedal out there that doesn't react differently depending on where you put it in the chain.

IMO, the Eternity...

Works best when going guitar --> Eternity --> amp
The best OD I've ever tried when using it as stated above.
Can change personalities depending on what's before it and after it. Lot's of great pedals have the same issues ie. the Fuzz Face

I haven't found another pedal that works as well as my HW Burst for my needs.
 

spence

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My Eternity sounds great before my Klon. After it, it sounds thin and harsh.
 




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