Real Quick....Signa Drive vs Mojo Drive??

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by mangoman, Feb 15, 2009.


  1. mangoman

    mangoman Gold Supporting Member

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    Any thoughts on really, how different these are?

    They seem pretty much the same to me.

    CMATMODS Signa Drive and the Lovekraft Mojo Drive seem to have the same clipping switches.

    Let me know your thoughts.

    I am getting the Chupa. Wont spend the $400+ on the Landgraff....YET.
    :crazy
     
  2. Twin63

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    The 3 way toggle gives the same options on both pedals. I'm not sure if the components used are the same, but the 2 pedals do cover the same ground.

    The Mojo Drive just sounds like it was made for my rig (it's been my main OD for a year and a half now). The Signa Drive sounded great as well, I just prefer the Mojo Drive with my set-up.

    You can't go wrong with either pedal IMO.
     
  3. ford

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    I have a MojoDrive and love it... BUT I have two of Chad's pedals and love them.....so I'm sure I'd be happy with the SignaDrive also...

    oh I have a Chupacabra and it is great also!

    rock

    bford
     
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    I am considering both as well, so I would also be very interested in more info on any differences in sound between the two.
     
  5. David-R

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    I own both. They have similar functionality and cover the same ground but their tone is not identical.

    SD has flatter EQ
    MD has more mids but not in a bad way
    MD has a very tight low end, SD is not as tight.
    SD is a little fatter
    SD is a little more compressed

    Both are great.
     
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    I only have the signadrive,however the range of tone on the pedal with the toggle switch set differently is pretty amazing. Anything from mild overdrives to metal.
     
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    Now that is a great response, exactly the info I was hoping to hear!

    Thanks very much, very helpful.

    Although, now I guess I want both....

    :bkw
     
  8. mangoman

    mangoman Gold Supporting Member

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    THANKS!!!

    So, I think I would want to grab the Signa Drive instead of the Mojo, if I am combining it with an Eternity,
    Right????
     
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    mangoman Gold Supporting Member

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    I've never owned an Eternity so I can't say specifically but the Signa might stack a little better because of the flatter EQ.
     
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    Just got a Signa Drive and a Buttah pedal. They stack really well together! The Eternity stacks great w/ a Timmy Pedal!
     

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