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

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zosozep7

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I've sold off 9 pedals since August and had a short list of only two I wanted to get my hands on. One was an Eventide H9 (core) and the other was a Dover Drive, but only if I caught it half price. Today I did. It's my first Lovepedal and I'm really looking forward to getting it this week.
The Dover plays well with every amp I've played with it.
 

Haunting Mids

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I used to have a Dover Drive, two years ago.
I sold it because I didn't like it with my Gibson.
Thing is I forgot to fiddle with the internal trimmer to get the mush out.:p

How does this white version differ from the one I used to have ?
 
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Fat Dad

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I've sold off 9 pedals since August and had a short list of only two I wanted to get my hands on. One was an Eventide H9 (core) and the other was a Dover Drive, but only if I caught it half price. Today I did. It's my first Lovepedal and I'm really looking forward to getting it this week.

Love the Dover Drive. Just an incredible dirt pedal.
 

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It has yet to be heard though, so maybe it gets close. If it is still derived from the Woodrow, I would say it may be less compressed than the sound of the LL-Deluxe mode...but who knows? :dunno

It's really different than the tweed boxes I do.

This is IC based and has a smoothness that my normal tweed boxes don't have.

I would say it is in the super six SRV / Grey Ghost camp but has that unmistakable 60s deluxe feel and sound. Huge bottom if you want it, not very scooped like the mid 60s deluxe Reverb's but still a deluxe.
 

Billalbireo

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My heart and thoughts go out to you @Billalbireo . :(

No words. :dunno

I do hope music, lasting memories, and the
companionship of good people get you through what
is, and has been, a very tough time. :)

Never hesitate to hit that PM!! :beer
Thank you, my friend

I'm still kind of numb after it all.
Everyone here has shown me the greatest kindness and understanding that
I could have asked for. And, I'd like to thank you all once again for that. It means a
lot knowing that you're not alone. Of course Elvis is never far from my side. Man's best friend
is a beacon of light on very dark and dreary nights.

I wouldn't do anything differently if I had the chance. I promised my Mom, when I was still a teenager,
that She'd never have to go into a nursing home. She feared that (her Mom spent her last 6-8 years in one.)
I didn't realize the gravity of that promise at the time it was made. No one could have. But, it was all worth it.
I got to learn a lot about my folks; and, about myself. She went out peacefully in her own bedroom with loved ones around her.
We should all be so lucky!

So, thank you my friend for your kind words; and, don't be too surprised to find a PM one of these days.:beer
 

Haunting Mids

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If I didn't already have an OD11, an Amp50 and a COT50ge (all of which I love)
I would have scored an amp11.
I promised myself to stay wise and not buy overlapping pedals.
 
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