The overall impression is very good. The versatility in sounds are good but better are the few sweet spots.
It's a distortion box that has, by far, the most gain I've ever heard from any Lovepedal.
The Lovepedal Eternity can be 3 pedals in one - Overdrive, Treble Booster and Clean booster - depending on where you set the dials.
There are only three knobs, and if you can't figure out what they do in less than 10 seconds you probably shouldn't be playing guitar in the first place.
The Eternity Overdrive always stays true to whats coming out of your guitar so you never turn into the pedal. No matter how hard you drive it. It also breaks up the harder you dig into the strings which is priceless.
Super easy, as far as controls go, its has the same basic set up of any analog delay pedal.
This is a fuzz pedal with hints of octave and ring mod. It has 2 knobs labeled volume and intense.
Simple set up - two stage pedal with a volume/gain knob for each. It has a more limited range of sounds, but they are easy to get with very little tweaking needed.
This is a very unique fuzz/overdrive that Sean has told me people didn't fully understand, hopefully I'll shed a little light on it.