Comparing An Original Lovepedal Eternity Burst To A Clone Build

If you followed my Instagram feed you would of known that not too long ago I embarked on a new hobby, pedal building using Vero layouts courtesy of

I am not educated in the ways of DIY electronics, I only learned how to flow solder when I started on this new undertaking, so I would very much consider myself a complete novice in this field.

But getting to the point of this article, I recently made a clone of a Lovepedal Eternity Burst, which I have owned and reviewed in the past but sold to fund other GAS related purchases, which to my ears sounded very, very close to the original.

So, just a few days ago a friend of mine popped over to compare his original Eternity Burst to the clone and here are a couple of videos we shot comparing the two.

This first video is with the two pedals set on a low gain boost setting.

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Lovepedal E6 Eternity Overdrive Pedal – Eternity Burst’s Hotter Brother!!

Let’s keep the Lovepedals Custom Guitar Effects reviews rollin’ out, this time were looking at the Lovepedal E6 Eternity Overdrive Pedal!

Now as we mentioned in the Eternity Burst review, Sean Michaels hand makes these in Michigan, USA and are also used by quite a few Rock n Roll Heavy Weights.

Okay, so standard procedure, before we get too deep into the review, we have a couple of videos for you to check out. In this first video Darren is playing his very contemporary, made in Japan Fender Stratocaster, which is fitted with a Seymour Duncan 59er, the amp is a Peavey Delta Blues.

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Lovepedal Eternity Burst – A Well Respected Overdrive Guitar Effect Pedal

Okay, today we have something a bit more ‘higher end‘ in terms of price with a review of the Lovepedal Eternity Burst from the ‘Church of Tone’ LovePedals Custom Guitar Pedals.

Okay, so before we get too excited, lets first have a listen to how the Eternity Burst sounds with Humbuckers. In this first video Darren is playing his Fender Stratocaster into a Peavey Delta Blues amp.

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