THIS is how you do overdrive! Redbeard FX Angry Rhubard Review

I love a good inspiring overdrive. The Angry Rhubard from Redbeard Effects is a very special one because it puts a drive in front AND behind a semiparametric EQ. This can give you loads if interesting sounds!

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  1. Saarang Narayan より:

    1rd

  2. John Kuehl より:

    Hello all

  3. Guitar Gear Gyan より:

    Wasn’t that the guy who made the Dane? Has he left the company to create Redbeard? Sounds growly like a Bear who maybe ate a Rhubarb and got Angry…..

  4. Basement Guitar Superstar より:

    Dude this sounds really good. I’m getting a huge 70s/80s rock vibe from this one

  5. PAUL LENARD EWING より:

    So a week ago we got Tone of the Gods at $400.00 USD which was exciting as a glass a milk at a wine bar. It must have been designed by a computer. No ones ‘ears’ were involved. But for $260 USD we get a dead cool looking pedal that gives us several distinct but killer sounds. WTF