What’s better than one Walrus Audio pedal? Two of course. And not just any two… The limited edition ‘SLARP’ combines a couple of the brand’s best-selling stompboxes — the Slö multi-texture reverb and ARP-87 multi-function delay! By bringing their most popular time-based effects together in a single chassis, the ‘SLARP’ covers all of your ambient needs without taking up too much pedalboard real-estate. It sports custom artwork too, so it’s sure to spice up the look of your setup!
In 2021, we collaborated with Walrus Audio on two limited edition stompbox sets exclusive to us in Europe. The Luna Series V2 bundle encompasses five best-selling effects from the Walrus Audio lineup, which allow you to create soundscapes as epic and complex as the panoramic sci-fi artwork illustrated by Christi Du Toit! The Nautical set is also perfect for ambient aficionados, bringing the ARP-87 Delay, Fathom Reverb and Deep Six Compressor together in a unique sea-themed livery.
We love Catalinbread here at Andertons, and when they announced their Dreamcoat and Skewer guitar pedals at Summer NAMM 2021 — we were super stoked! Designed to closely emulate the unique gear that rock ‘n’ roll trailblazer Ritchie Blackmore used to achieve his distinctive Deep Purple guitar tone, these pedals also feature super-cool psychedelic artwork that’ll add vibrant colour to any pedalboard. The two units can be operated individually, but really come to life when used together!
The Catalinbread Dreamcoat replicates the Aiwa TP-1011 reel-to-reel preamp that Blackmore used, with the near-exact same specs. However, there are some extra features up its sleeve that Catalinbread say make it a “multi-dimensional gain machine”. It can be unruly, velcro-y and sputtery — made for capturing that huge ‘70s rock sound!
Catalinbread’s Skewer stompbox is based on the Hornby-Skewes Treble Booster. It stays true to that original circuit and features a silicon transistor to achieve a biting sound that can cut through even the densest of mixes. It perfectly partners with the Dreamcoat — letting you dial in the desired frequency range from rich and full to treble-heavy.