Walrus Audio 385 Overdrive MkII Pedal Pedal, Black

Walrus Audio 385 Overdrive MkII Pedal Pedal, Black
Walrus Audio 385 Overdrive MkII Pedal Pedal, Black
Walrus Audio 385 Overdrive MkII Pedal Pedal, Black
Walrus Audio 385 Overdrive MkII Pedal Pedal, Black

Walrus Audio 385 Overdrive MkII Pedal Pedal, Black

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Product Overview

Boasting a warm-yet-powerful sound, the 385 MKII is the perfect addition to any rig. Walrus Audio has taken the spirit of that classic, beloved vintage Bell and Howell 385 Filmosound projector and reimagined it as an overdrive pedal for all you guitarists out there.

If you're looking for a smooth, classic-flavored overdrive that won't break the bank, the 385 MKII is the perfect choice. It offers a dynamic and responsive sound that will bring out the very best of your guitar playing. This pedal can accommodate a range of styles and tones, from warm, subtle blues overdrive to a more aggressive edge that will rock your stage. It's perfect for getting that vintage case feel coupled with enough modern flair to keep your sound new and exciting.

The 385 was developed to have the same simple but effective tone control as it’s older relative, but unlike the projector, the 385 breaks up the single tone control and integrates separate, boost and cut bass and treble, allowing the player to get more creative with mid-frequency scoops and bumps allowing for a much wider array of tones to be achieved.

The pedal is internally running at 18v, which helps us nail the same dynamic feel of the amp in a stomp box. This means it is extremely sensitive to how hard you dig in – just like the amp.

Walrus Audio 385 MkII Overdrive Pedal Features

  • An A/B switch has been added giving the pedal two separate sets of volume and gain. Use it like a preset to change the volume and/or gain for specific parts!
  • The 385+ Switch adds an additional gain stage at the front of the pedal for thick, saturated overdrive with more sustain.
  • Soft touch, relay true-bypass switch.
  • Top mount in/out jacks.
  • Vintage Belle and Howell 385 projector by David Hüttner

Controls

  • Bypass: Soft touch, relay true-bypass. Press the switch to engage/disengage the pedal. LED indicates wether the circuit is engaged or not.
  • A/B: Soft touch switch. Press to swap between using either A (White) or B (Red) Volume and Gain controls. LED indicates which controls are being used - White for A, Red for B.
  • Volume A: Controls the overall volume in the A setting. Turn clockwise for more volume, counter-clockwise for less volume.
  • Gain A: Controls the overall gain in the A setting. Turn clockwise for more gain, counterclockwise for less gain.
  • Volume B: Controls the overall volume in the B setting. Turn clockwise for more volume, counter-clockwise for less volume.
  • Gain B: Controls the overall gain in the B setting. Turn clockwise for more gain, counterclockwise for less gain.
  • Treble: Used to adjust the level of the treble frequencies. Turn clockwise to increase the level of the treble frequencies. Turn counter-clockwise to reduce the level of the treble frequencies.
  • Bass: Used to adjust the level of the bass frequencies. Turn clockwise to increase the level of the bass frequencies. Turn counter-clockwise to reduce the level of the bass frequencies.
  • 385+ Switch: When the switch is down, you are able to achieve classic 385 sounds. Flip the switch up to add an additional gain stage to the input of the pedal, achieving heavier gain sounds and driving the pedal harder.

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