#1
Hi guys!

I continued my video-reviews with a comparison with these two nice overdrives. They have pretty much in common tone-wise, even though their designs are quite different (as far as I know).

Electro-harmonix Soul Food is a clone of the famous Klon Centaur pedals. Mad Professor Sweet Honey Overdrive is a Björn Juhl desing hand-wired in Finland.

On this clip I played three different guitars (Custom 22, LP Studio, Tokai tele) with various amounts of gain and styles. All the guitars were played through a Suhr Badger 18 amp and Orange PPC212 cabinet.

Tell us what you think.
Mad professor Sweet Honey OD vs EHX Soul Food

Enjoy!
Last edited by Digital Wrath at Jun 14, 2014,
#2
Very nice video/sound quality. I like this kind of review.
#3
Very nice video, I personally prefer the sound of the MP.
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#4
nice
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#5
Both sound great but the Soul Food is so fat. Awesome!
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#6
Good vid. Nice comparison!
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