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Lovepedal Kalamazoo

Overdrive pedal from Lovepedal .

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"Kalamazooooooooooooooooooooooo!"

Lovepedal KalamazooPublished on 08/03/11 at 15:42
- Level knob (aka volume)
- Drive knob (aka gain)
- small Tone knob (somewhere between a bass knob and a low pass filter knob)
- Glass knob (somewhere between a treble knob and a high pass filter knob)
- on/off LED
- external 9 volt power connection
- internal 9 volt battery connection
- true bypass
- chromed box


UTILIZATION

The Tone and Glass knobs work a little different than most would expect, but once you understand what they do, tweaking them to get the desired frequencies is fairly easy. The Drive knob also is a bit interesting. If an amp is not cranked very much to begin with, you can hear the clean strings below the distortioned ones. You can get some really cool tones......
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- Level knob (aka volume)
- Drive knob (aka gain)
- small Tone knob (somewhere between a bass knob and a low pass filter knob)
- Glass knob (somewhere between a treble knob and a high pass filter knob)
- on/off LED
- external 9 volt power connection
- internal 9 volt battery connection
- true bypass
- chromed box


UTILIZATION

The Tone and Glass knobs work a little different than most would expect, but once you understand what they do, tweaking them to get the desired frequencies is fairly easy. The Drive knob also is a bit interesting. If an amp is not cranked very much to begin with, you can hear the clean strings below the distortioned ones. You can get some really cool tones by turning it down. The volume doesn't just add more noise to the signal; it very much allows you to get your clean sound to match the volume of your overdriven sound.

SOUND QUALITY

I've been mostly using this with my Matchless amp and it sounds fantastic. It really retains the sound of the amp while adding just the right amount of gain, sustain, and compression to really make it sing. I can really get fantastic low to mid to high gain Vox tones with this with ease, all of which sound and feel like a tube amp. The pedal doesn't feel stiff, it feels smooth and bouncy. It's very fun and addicting to play.

Despite me getting a rather bright tone out of it, you can still get darker tones as well. Not quite Dumble territory, in my opinion, but fairly dark and rich sounding. It really depends on the amp, however.


OVERALL OPINION

I'm generally not a fan of using pedals to overdrive an amp or as pedal distortion. The sound and feel is never quite there. Many times, the level of the noise is louder than that of the actual notes. Lovepedal managed to make a pedal that defies these general limitations. If you are looking for a good, transparent mid gain OD box, you owe it to yourself to try the Lovepedal Kalamazoo.
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" Overdrive"

Lovepedal KalamazooPublished on 11/04/10 at 07:20
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
This is an overdrive pedal light crunch crunch has creamy.
Regulation of the focus knobs tone thanks to two mini calm treble without losing the bass, and also play on transparency (glass)
Manufactures in the tradition, using only high-end components.
Top!
Beautiful brushed aluminum finish.

UTILIZATION

Clean boost, slight crunch on attacks, big crunch, besides the distortion, you can do anything with.
the sound of the guitar is totally preserved is really the strong point, there is no coloration of its base!
was used to give a little punch has a couple amp / guitar, while keeping the grain base.
The most striking is the quality of the bass, which are never muddy.
The mids are......
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This is an overdrive pedal light crunch crunch has creamy.
Regulation of the focus knobs tone thanks to two mini calm treble without losing the bass, and also play on transparency (glass)
Manufactures in the tradition, using only high-end components.
Top!
Beautiful brushed aluminum finish.

UTILIZATION

Clean boost, slight crunch on attacks, big crunch, besides the distortion, you can do anything with.
the sound of the guitar is totally preserved is really the strong point, there is no coloration of its base!
was used to give a little punch has a couple amp / guitar, while keeping the grain base.
The most striking is the quality of the bass, which are never muddy.
The mids are very neutral.
From what material pro!

SOUND QUALITY

With my AST is really my prfere for doubles, has done very well too.
Listen to the test with singles and doubles.


OVERALL OPINION

Past few months, she is one of the best overdrives with OCD.
the two are complementary.
The Essential of
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  • Manufacturer: Lovepedal
  • Model: Kalamazoo
  • Category: Overdrive pedals
  • Added in our database on: 04/22/2010

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