Relative newcomers to the pedal market, UK based Redbeard Effects have added to last year’s Red Mist MKIV with the Honey Badger Octave Fuzz.
The Honey Badger promises a unique sound, offering not just one but two Octaves down. With the Divide knob, the pedal can be blended between the -2 and -1 Octaves, resulting in a heavy and distinctive fuzz sound.
Redbeard Effects introduce the Honey Badger Octave Fuzz – an aggressive and reckless fuzz pedal that promises to push your tone to the edge.
With an aggressive fuzz circuit, the aptly-named Honey Badger also features a footswitch for the sub-octaves, and 2-band bass and treble EQ knobs. The pedal also features a 100 per cent analog signal path and true bypass. Housed in a custom anodised enclosure with top-mounted jacks, the Honey Badger promises durability while still looking tidy.
Redbeard Effects have a series of sample videos of the pedal both with and without the Octave, and the sound is pretty formidable. It seems like the Honey Badger will be a lot of fun and a fairly unique addition to any setup.
The Honey Badger Octave Fuzz is available for preorder from Redbeard Effects for £199GBP, with shipping expected in mid-March.
For more information, head to Redbeard Effects.