What the heck IS a Lovepedal BBB07?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by soldano16, Jan 2, 2008.


  1. soldano16

    soldano16 Member

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    I bought it used thinking it was a fuzz. Based on the tones I'm finding, I'm using it for non fuzz activities. But I never got to read any of the promotional information regarding the pedal. When the pedal came out, how was it described? How does it work so well as a treble booster if it's a fuzz?
     
  2. rewog

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    It's a hot Fuzz Face with a Blend on the input capacitor.
    This lets you go from a lot of treble content (ala Treble Booster) to a pretty Bass heavy Fuzz.
     
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    Yeah, I like it best for the vintage fuzz face type tones. I keep the Driver and Blend knobs dimed and the volume set to taste. I think it may have an internal trimmer in it but i've never messed with it. Maybe somebody else can chime in on that.
     
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    It's by far one of the most versatile pedals I've ever played. Fuzz, treble booster and OD all rolled up into one.
     
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    It'll do from light OD to treble booster to tonebender to balls out fuzz face. It beat out all the other fuzzes I've tried.
     
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    i bought mine off the emporium and the seller sent me a chart that came with it new detailing settings for vintage ge fuzzface, vintage rangemaster, warm smooth od/boost, and distortion/mkII. been stuck exploring the mkII range so far--plenty o`power and edge!
     
  7. Garygtr

    Garygtr Almost as good! Silver Supporting Member

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    I like the vintage FF setting (gain and blend maxed), but my favorite is to roll the blend back to about 3 o'clock-gets rid of the "woofiness" without sacrificing gain or smoothness.
     

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