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Size: 4.7" x 2.6" (121mm x 66m)
Power: 9V Power Jack (battery connector inside)
Power Draw: 8mA
Very musical fuzz. Never thought I would ever say that. The Love Machine sounds great at all gain settings and volume levels. It also mixes well with all my OD and distortion pedals. All it takes is a bit of patience and willingness to experiment to get truly amazing sounds. My only disappointment was the octave range but that was minor. The pedal was a joy to use and has tons of flexibility.
Thin and buzzy
Killer pedal and like all the Allpedals, killer graphics. I will wind up with them all, Vise is next
I have two other AllPedal pedals .... the Slamauri and the Galactic Vise and both are absolutely killer.
Now the Love Machine ......
First off it's simply beautiful! When I took it out of the box, my wife remarked how pretty it was and it really is.
However soundwise it's pretty underwhelming to me.
Based on the name I thought it would be a modernized version of the Foxx Tone Machine which I have.
But it's not ..... it's just a fuzz with a barely noticeable octave unless the octave is turned all the way up and even then it doesn't really stand out.
It's quite a good fuzz, of course, but I have fuzzes and really wanted that prominent octave I get with my Foxx .... but alas, it's not there unless there's an interior pot to adjust it.
But it came with zero documentation so I dunno.
If there's such an adjustment, I hope someone will let me know because then it would be great but, as it is, it doesn't do what I'd hoped for.
The octave is the most important part of an octave fuzz so it seems odd they'd have it hard to get a loud octave.