Demo: The monstrous RedBeard Effects Honey Badger Octave Fuzz at NAMM 2020

Redbeard Effects reveals its second pedal, named after the world’s most fearless animal.

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NAMM 2020: Redbeard Effects, the brainchild of Skindred’s six-string slinger Mikey Demus, has announced its second pedal, the Honey Badger, a thick-skinned and aggressive fuzz with vast octave abilities.

Redbeard took the beloved concept of the Octave Fuzz and took it out on the tiles. Thanks to the interactive Divide knob, the Honey Badger allows you to blend between a combination of -2 and -1 Octaves for the ultimate subterranean tone experience.

  • Footswitchable octave mode adds depth to your fuzz tone
  • Divide knob allows blending between -2 and -1 Octaves
  • Bass and treble EQ
  • 100 percent analogue signal path
  • True bypass

Like all pedals available from Redbeard Effects, the Honey Badger Octave Fuzz was designed and built by hand in the United Kingdom.

The Honey Badger Octave Fuzz will ship in mid-March 2020.

Check out all NAMM 2020 news here.


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