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The SNS Brotherhood: Tales of Lovepedals, Ham Sammiches and the Red Dress

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la noise

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:omg

Here's a little documentary about our great state should you consider moving here. Lot's of useful information. Nothing about Lovepedals though....


Wow. Spikehorn! :)

I remember him from my childhood. My great-grandparents
lived in Harrison, MI, and we would go there for Sunday
dinner several times a year. We had to drive right by his
place to go there, and us kids would always beg to stop. :)

One summer as a teenager we vacationed at Sleeping
Bear Dunes. Friend and I wanted to walk from the
entrance of the Dunes to the shore of Lake Michigan.
We had NO idea. Just assumed it was over the next dune
in sight. NOT! I think we made it over 7 or 8 dunes before
deciding to turn around and go back. :facepalm
 

joelster

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Only one sixth as awesome as @Mookyshoots... But still awesome!
 

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Updated family photo. 2:1 Lovepedal ratio. Gotta decide on some things. Got some redundancy going on

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How is that Butterfly Kiss? Not many demos or soundclips on that pedal. How much crossover is in the HSR-3 and the new Hall Mod? One of these I'll get a Lovepedal reverb, just not sure which one.
 

tbrook

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How is that Butterfly Kiss? Not many demos or soundclips on that pedal. How much crossover is in the HSR-3 and the new Hall Mod? One of these I'll get a Lovepedal reverb, just not sure which one.

The Butterfly Kiss is phenomenal. It can go from very subtle to really swirly. I really enjoy it subtle just adding a little something extra for cleans.

The HSR-3 and the Hall Mod overlap a lot. If I remember right the Hall Mod is a combo of the HSR-3 v1 Hall, and the v2 Mod modes. Set the same, they sound very much the same with the Hall Mod having a little more girth to it. I haven't played them a ton comparing but those are my first impressions.
 

Gallery

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So um... yeah... this pedal is the shiznit.

It arrived last Friday. I've spent the past few days with the toggle in the up and middle position. Tonight I finally got to the down position. Came down to the basement around 10:30pm to kick the tires and play a few licks before going to bed (usually at 11). Yeah... well... 1 3/4 hours later, my wife has since given up waiting for me and went to bed without me, it's after midnight and I feel like going to grab a beer so I can keep on playing. I don't want to put the guitar down. This is one of those, "I'm never going to sell this piece of gear" moments. The HPTT is da bomb.

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Bebop Shahbaz

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So um... yeah... this pedal is the shiznit.

It arrived last Friday. I've spent the past few days with the toggle in the up and middle position. Tonight I finally got to the down position. Came down to the basement around 10:30pm to kick the tires and play a few licks before going to bed (usually at 11). Yeah... well... 1 3/4 hours later, my wife has since given up waiting for me and went to bed without me, it's after midnight and I feel like going to grab a beer so I can keep on playing. I don't want to put the guitar down. This is one of those, "I'm never going to sell this piece of gear" moments. The HPTT is da bomb.
i prefer the down toggle as well - especially in front of the Stevie S6
 

yawiney

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@coltonius I love my old Sovtek green russian. It looks like a tank, is way too big but it sounds monsterous. Can really cut thru if st right. Gilmour tones ect.. The soft touch stomp switch gets stuck sometimes but is so nice the way you can sneak it on or off with no click.
I'd like to try the Wren and Cuff just since it's smaller.
Right now using the chrome bender for most of my fuzz needs. The Green russian is a bit over the top for current needs. I wish i had more excuses to use it.
Blessings on your baby girl!
 

la noise

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Wow. Just. Blown. Away. :omg

I am honestly flabber-ghasted. There
is no way in hell we should be getting
these pedals for the insanely generous
prices we have been.

Just played through the Dover into
the EPH-3 and Hall Mod. Just crazy
good tones throughout. Wow. Just.

Wow. :thud
 

la noise

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Ok. One quick technical bit tied to
live performance I have to share.

I grow so weary of pedals that have
pedals with a wet/dry mix (generally delays
and reverbs), that, when you engage them
in a live setting there is a perceptible volume
drop. Whether it is actually there or not, it is
indeed heard. So many good pedals I have
been let down by for this reason alone.

Neither the EPH-3 nor Hall Mod... nor any of
the other time-based or modulation effects
from Lovepedal have exhibited this issue.

You can click on delay in mid-song and not
have to go, "Where the hell did my guitar go?" :huh

I have said it before and I will say it again,
"You, Alf, and your crew are Killin' It, Sean" :aok
 

MAGICboy

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Ok. One quick technical bit tied to
live performance I have to share.

I grow so weary of pedals that have
pedals with a wet/dry mix (generally delays
and reverbs), that, when you engage them
in a live setting there is a perceptible volume
drop. Whether it is actually there or not, it is
indeed heard. So many good pedals I have
been let down by for this reason alone.

Neither the EPH-3 nor Hall Mod... nor any of
the other time-based or modulation effects
from Lovepedal have exhibited this issue.

You can click on delay in mid-song and not
have to go, "Where the hell did my guitar go?" :huh

I have said it before and I will say it again,
"You, Alf, and your crew are Killin' It, Sean" :aok

Thank you sir!
We have a lot of time and listening into these..
 
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