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We’re not saying that our pedal cabinet is big, but some of the staff can sleep inside it. As a result we carry many things, and amongst the ...read more

Though this will no doubt come as a shock to many, not every drive needs to come screaming out of your amp like an exploding bat hurtling down a bu...read more

When you’re writing up pedals, it’s important to use the appropriate terminology. This Walrus Audio ARP-87, for example, has a momentar...read more

Fuzz. The world’s first stompbox effect and still the most diverse, wide-reaching and simplest unit of them all, the humble fuzz has more inc...read more

Over the years, pedals have been based on a lot of things, from valves and transistors to Mosfet, J-Fet and the like, but Walrus Audio, being a tea...read more

While many guitarists find trem to be a tertiary, even surplus requirement, those of us who like a sprinkling of something that isn't reverb or del...read more

With the ascent of the shimmer reverb, everyone is coming to the realisation that having higher-pitched upper-end conduct in their signal is a good...read more

In this day and age of everyone making mental pedals, every now and again someone turns up with a unit that makes everyone else think 'why didn't w...read more

The humble compressor is far from a tool you don't really understand that helps, like, vocals or something. Nor is it a one-stop solution to your f...read more

If you've been playing in the last 40 years or so, the chances are you've come across chorus, whether it be on some 80's bass, an indie player's le...read more

Do you know how many pedals we get a year with a purple LED? Not many, I’ll tell you that. Sub-question; do you know how many pedals we get a...read more

One of the most requested pedals in the Walrus range, the Bellwether got everyone flapping because it's got tap tempo and it's analogue. Giving you...read more

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