Loveland Levers were developed by Robert Bunker of Bertoud, Colorado. They have been around for quite awhile.
These levers have a brass metal bracket with short black plastic handles. Loveland Levers can be regulated by the owner, but a more accurate regulation would be achieved if done by a professional. The tools for adjusting these levers can be purchased from us.
Once in a while the Loveland Lever handles break. They are easy and inexpensive to replace.
If your Loveland levers tends to make a little noise when engaging and disengaging in the bass octave, you can muffle the string while you lever, or if you move it slowly as you engage or disengage the lever, it minimizes the sound.
Occasionally, one of the levers may sound muted when engaged. This can be caused by a lever that may have been knocked and is no longer exactly straight to the string, or the lever may need a little tightening to the neck. An Allen L wrench is the tool you need for that. Call us if you have problems with this. We may be able to help you over the phone.