Who owns a Lovetone? (or more..)

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by BigMusic, Oct 1, 2012.

  1. BigMusic

    BigMusic Member

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    Really curious to see who owns what Lovetone pedals! I've got a friend with 7 of them and want to know what everyone else has! Hoping to own one someday..

    Pics please!
     
  2. (Something)

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  3. LaceSensor

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    I have the Doppelganger, ?Flanger and Meatball.

    Also have my own clones of the Cheese Source, Big Cheese, RingStinger, DoppelGanger and Meatball

    Lovetones:
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    Meatball Clone:
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    Ring Stinger Clone:

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    Cheese Source Clone:
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    Dopp Clone...
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  4. pulse.

    pulse. Silver Supporting Member

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    I have a doppelganger on my board

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  5. mapleneck72

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  6. LaceSensor

    LaceSensor Member

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    Hahah! Snap
     
  7. agentcooper2001

    agentcooper2001 Member

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    where did you get the clones? those look great!
     
  8. golgonooza

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    A lousy picture of a few...

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    cheers!
     
  9. LaceSensor

    LaceSensor Member

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    I built them, naturally....
     
  10. tanseri123

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    I sold my Brownsource, and i very regret this pedal ! Very gooood
     
  11. 12XU2A3X3

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    i've got the question mark, ring stinger and doppelganger v2. great pedals. anyone have any issues? my dopp has intermittent issues with blend control.
     
  12. Enjoyer

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    Big Cheese, Brown Source, Doppelgänger and Meatball here.
    I had a Cheese Source but traded it for A DAM Eziekiel since I had those bases covered with the Big Cheese and the Brown Source.
    They are all fantastic pedals. I think the Brown Source may be the most underrated of the bunch. Phenomenal pedal.
    Would love to complete the set with a Ring Stinger, Wobulator, ? Flanger and Dan Coggins' Dinosaural Tube Bender.
    I love this stuff.
     
  13. HBob

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    I have a Meatball and a Big Cheese.

    I've had a Doppelganger, a Brown Source and a Cheese Source.
     
  14. 12XU2A3X3

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    meatball folks: is this pedal worth it? most of the demos seem skewed toward autowah, funky territory. what all else do you folks like to use it for? i've seen that kevin shields uses it on his Wire cover.
     
  15. mopfloyd

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    I own Cheese source number 13
     
  16. jpn

    jpn Silver Supporting Member

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    Big Cheese here. (By the way, need a copy of the instruction sheet if anyone has one).
     
  17. emjee

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    I regret selling my ? Flanger. And my Ring Stinger. Two of the biggest mistakes I ever made. Still kickin myself.
     
  18. sunsetsunset

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    i have a meatball. you can easily dial in all that garden variety funk wah stuff (and then some) but a little tweaking & I can get SO many great shelved EQ kinda sounds. that being said, I run it into fuzzes etc - so anything the Meatball does affects the fuzz after it in a great way.

    I've used an EH Q-Tron+ (bascially a tweaked Mutron III & designed by the same Mutron guy) for ages & while it does other things very well - I love the twittery birds sound I can sometimes find - it doesn't come close to the sonic possibilities of the Meatball.

    i don't use it all the time but I don't think i could ever part with this Meatball!
     
  19. enharmonic

    enharmonic Old Growth Gold Supporting Member

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    I've owned them all...twice.

    Very nice, but I've found other things I like just as much.
     
  20. mapleneck72

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    Flanger testing with a forum member yesterday.
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