Bearfoot FX Honey Bee and Honey Beest Overdrives

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  1. sinasl1

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    Great demo - thanks for posting!

    I've just been part of the Australian BearFoot FX tourbox (Model H, Dyna Red, Honey Bee).

    Honey Bee and Model H were real standouts (Dyna Red, cool vintage Marshall tones, just not my thing atm).

    Needless to say, I'll be grabbing them asap.
     
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    I've currently got the HoneyBee, the Dyna Red and Model H with me here as part of the Australian tourbox... Fantastic pedals.

    My favourite is the HoneyBee too - it's got a nice low gain, eclectic driven tone that is responsive to picking style that I like - not too dirty or overdone.

    Initially, I didn't really like the Dyna Red, but after playing for a while, I am actually enjoying the smoother drive that it offers. Not as much 'bite' on the attack as the HB, but still gives some nice soaring tones...

    Thanks for your review Pete - good to see/hear the pedal tones by someone with great chops rather than my own hacking!
     
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    Great demo. How do these pedals sound w/ your sl68?

    edit; I'm sure it sounds good, as the Badger 30 is tonally similar to the sl68, at least to a certain extent?
     
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    Great job as alway Pete! Love the Honey Beest
     

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