Alone at after a deep sea fishing incident, one lost soul has been discovered by the mythical Deep Six Angler. This unique new version of our compressor comes in a lightly textured black enclosure with white and blue ink.
It was a normal day at the Walrus HQ. Birds were chirping, coffee brewing and the sound of drill bits buzzing as pedals were being built. Suddenly, it was as if all noise outside had stopped. A chill came over all of us. Not one related to cold, but one that unwillingly emanated as if an invisible presence were passing by. Directly above our shop, clouds darkened and started swirling around us. With one single flash of light and a hauntingly ghoulish laugh, there appeared a pumpkin at our door with a carving knife stuck in the top of it. Almost as if it was telling us to cut it open. After removing the top with surgical precision and discarding what seemed like 10 pounds of gooey, slimy pumpkin guts, we found a gift. The Iron Horse distortion. But it was different. Haunting, sinister and creepy. We loved it. Our wild stallion now dons a new rider. A caped, faceless figure bringing us tone capable of waking the dead. Ruthless, unforgiving and bone chilling. From subtle distortion all the way to gnarly leads, the Iron Horse is here in a twisted new form for a very limited time.
We've got a killer new limited look for our punchy distortion. Updated with Silver knobs, purple LED and new art by our friend Cole Roberts. He's an illustrator and his favorite holiday happens to be Halloween, so it was only fitting to have him collaborate with us. Grab yours now, these are limited to only 35! Order now, expected to ship Nov. 2nd!
The Iron Horse is a return to the classic distortion: thick, punchy, riffy and rowdy. It is full of high gain and perfectly made for the rock guitarist in need of thick rhythm or cutting solos. Dial back the gain and it can be used as a thick, warm overdrive. The Iron Horse has three distortion modes operated by a toggle switch that changes between different clipping diodes providing more versatility in shaping the tone of the distortion. It has three control knobs: Level, Tone and Distortion and True Bypass switching.
Since the original exploration of the dark caves of the Descent, the crew has taken their exploration into the never ending reaches of space. After exhaustive and haunting testing of their fallen crew members gear, results show that the search for beautifully lush and expansive reverb can be found in space. Their adventure takes them far above an uncharted planet with one of the crew members looking on into adventures unknown.
Limited to 35 units, this run of our three mode reverb pedal has updated artwork inspired by Felix Baumgartner and his free falling descent back to earth from above 120,000 feet on a black textured enclosure topped with a stunning blue to yellow gradient ink.
The Descent was designed to create ambient textures of sound, from thick and endless hall reverbs to symphonic shimmers. The Descent is a three mode reverb system; hall, reverse, and shimmer. In each mode, the user has the ability to feed +1 and -1 octaves into the reverberated signal. The Hall mode will feature a classic reverb sound that can move your signal from a small-room-echo to a haunting long hall- echo. The Reverse mode smoothly flips your signal to playback unique responses and can be manipulated with pre-delay time controls. Shimmer mode highlights the octave features, dry signal, -1, and +1 to mix in your signal and creates a symphony of sound.
The Descent offers you eight controls to precisely hone in your perfect reverb. In addition, the user can use an auxiliary momentary switch in the fav input to switch the pedal on/off and/or save presets. If you have an already crowded pedal board, you can set your Descent at the back of the board and run a small SPST switch to the front of the board so you don’t lose valuable real estate. The Fav input requires a TRS cable to be used. The expression pedal control works with most on-the-shelf expression pedals. This feature allows the user to set the high and low parameters of each control and then fade in and out the those controls by moving your foot up or down on the expression pedal.