There are just a handful of overdrive pedals that impress the most picky and "no-compromise" players. Honey Bee Amps' crazy good overdrives are definitely way up there on the top.
Ohh, and the good part is you don't have to wait months (or years) to get one.
You also don't have to sell your house to being able to purchase these pedals, which is good. Haha!
Are these pedals, the Double Trouble and the Clean Drive the new kings of tone?
Let's find it out!
For the sake of transparency:
This is not a paid review but Honey Bee sent me over the pedals for the video.
00:15 Intro song | Left side - Tele | Right side - Strat
01:15 Honey Bee Amps | Double Trouble
01:35 Playing | bypass signal then Double Trouble right side | Tele
02:11 Playing | bypass signal then Double Trouble right side | LP
02:51 Playing | strat
03:16 Double Trouble | Left side | SRV Land
03:37 Playing | Double Trouble left side comparing w/ Tube Screamer
04:30 Stacking the two sides of the Double Trouble
04:59 Honey Bee Amps | Clean Drive Plus Pedal
05:23 Playing | Clean Drive Plus | Tele then LP
06:40 Where is Honey Bee Amps from?
07:14 Short Comparison | KING OF TONE vs DOUBLE TROUBLE
08:12 Important: the pedals are designed to work w/ cranked amps!!
08:30 Playing - Tele | AMP MASTER: lower for headroom w/ Double Trouble
08:54 Playing - Tele | AMP MASTER: cranked w/ Double Trouble
09:04 Playing - LP | AMP MASTER: lower for headroom w/ Double Trouble
09:22 Playing - LP | AMP MASTER: cranked w/ Double Trouble
09:35 Playing - Tele | beautiful clean-up with the volume pot
10:15 same thing with a Les Paul
10:40 Outro Playing | Strat | low gain sparkle
Signal chain: guitar - Cordial CRI cable - One Control pedal switcher - the pedal on screen - Cordial CRI cable - Revv Dynamis 7/40 head - UA OX Box - Audient iD 44 interface - Macbook