I first met Filipe at NAMM 2017, and it was because his booth, AND his pedals caught my eye. The look of Beetronics pedals are AMAZING. A great combination of old and new and with a great sensibility of art and craftsmanship, and I’m not even talking about how their pedals sound.
When I received the Overhive, I again was blown away by the look! But when I plugged the Overhive in, is when things got good. This is one of the best medium grit / medium gain overdrives I’ve ever played. The break-up is warm – and just contains the “good stuff”
Here is Beetronics’ official description of the Overhive:
“The Overhive is an extremely versatile medium gain overdrive. Its round and warm tone respects your amp, enhancing its best qualities while dynamically reacting to your playing.
The controls give you nearly infinite possibilities. While the “Body” switch is great for when you are switching guitars on a set or just feel like adding a low end boost, the “Hive” switch can make you sound bigger and fatter, or tighter and thinner.
The “Honey” control just adds the sugar. Roll it down for a nice and smooth crunch, or roll it up for a smooth and dynamic drive, where your hands dictate the breakup. You also got a tone control and master volume. With so many possibilities, it’s hard to not find a place for it on your board. It’s truly a hive of sweet tones.”
The Beetronics Overhive retails for $230, so this is a great opportunity to win this pedal.
Beetronics Overhive Give Away!!
This give away is open to international submissions. US winners will receive the pedal with free shipping, but if you’re selected as the winner AND international, we are asking that you pay for shipping.
Be sure to submit bonus entries after your entry to gain additional opportunities to increase your odds!
This give away will start today and run until Nov. 27th, 2017 at 11:59PM MST. Don’t miss out on this one, and please help spread the word! We all love free gear, and making these give aways fun and successful for everyone!
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