Overview

Bringing together two custom-crafted overdrive and fuzz circuits in one chassis with versatile features like a 10dB two-band EQ and Buzz switch that kicks in snarling vintage style high-end fuzz, the Beetronics Royal Jelly is a majestic combination of two effects with plenty of tricks hanging in the hive. Designed in tandem with the man who built the legendary Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man, the Royal Jelly is made to deliver a wide breadth of tone from fat fuzz to searing dirt box punch.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • Royal Jelly Overdrive/Fuzz
Finish
  • Green/Silver
Year
  • 2010s
Made In
  • United States
Categories

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Reviews for the Beetronics Royal Jelly Overdrive/Fuzz
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  • Disappointed

    Was expecting great things from this pedal and, given the price, was hoping to be able to extract some interesting and usable tones. My issue with the pedal is that the basic drive is too full-on so you have nowhere to go once you move into the fuzz territory. The fuzz is unusable in my opinion. The…

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  • RIPPIN'!!!!!!

    Verified Purchase

    This pedal is a sonic treasure trove. very happy with the ability to mix fuzz and overdrive on each channel to make something really tender. Highly Recommend

  • Satisfying

    Verified Purchase

    Sounds great and is built like a tank - except the knobs which feel oddly lightweight compared to the case / switches. It's expensive for what it is but it's very well made and very nicely designed and i can easily understand that a pedal built in the US and sold in (presumably) smaller quantities won't have economies of scale. So the price seems fair.

  • Slays

    Verified Purchase

    Heavy duty and great, flexible tones from overdrive to fuzz!

  • Underwhelmed

    Verified Purchase

    Pros - really heavy duty. Neat design. Cons - came new with scratches on it and a bent knob. Not very touch sensitive or responsive to volume knob of guitar. If you play with your guitar's tone and volume always at 10 you'll probably love it. Green LED is bright enough it could cause long term eye damage. Way overpriced.