About Walrus Audio
One of our favorite things about Walrus Audio is the way that they combine reverb, modulation, and delay effects into imaginative workstations. The Descent Reverb is a perfect example. Starting with a classic Hall sound, the Descent adds reverse and shimmer modes with the option to add high and low octaves to your signal. This results in a pedal capable of both subtle and immersive soundscapes. If you want a Reverb that goes DEEP, you must consider The Descent.
Walrus Audio doesn’t just offer new tones, they reimagine the way guitarists interface with sound itself. Their Janus pedal is a dual tremolo/fuzz box with two joysticks that control each effect on an XY axis. This proves especially useful if you record and playback a loop, allowing you to either dial in the perfect tone, or play the pedal as an extension of your instrument. The Janus can rhythmically toggle between menacing and ethereal tones, or just help you find the perfect place in a mix.
With so many distinctive effects in the line, we find it difficult to settle on just one Walrus Audio pedal. In tandem, the creative potential expands exponentially. For example, combine the Luminary Quad Octave Generator with the Slö Multi-Texture reverb and you’ll have access to fretboards worth of lush, atmospheric pads. Pair the Polychrome Analog Flanger with the Kangra Filter Fuzz and get lost in the neo-psychedelic aether. These pedals are packed with possibilities. Give us a call and let’s discuss the best Walrus Audio pedal(s) for you!