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Walrus Audio Iron Horse V2 | LM308 Distortion
From Thick & Warm Overdrive To Cutting Solo Distortion
The Iron Horse is Walrus Audio's take on a classic distortion circuit that's thick, punchy, riffy, and rowdy. With the help of three selectable clipping diodes and the wide range of the distortion knob, this true bypass, high-gain behemoth can be finely tuned for clear overdriven sounds or let the reigns loose for a full-on distorted onslaught.
The Iron Horse V2 is a return to the classic distortion: thick, punchy, riffy and rowdy. The true bypass, high gain behemoth has been updated to help steer the stallion or let the reigns loose for full on distorted onslaught. Level control has been adjusted so that unity gain is easier to dial in. Tone control now has more treble on tap if so desired. The Distortion control's range has also been smoothed out making lower gain more accessible.
The Iron Horse V2 updates are as follows:
- Updated the Level control so that it is easier to dial in unity gain.
- Updated the Tone control to allow more treble to be dialled in if desired.
- Updated Distortion control to smooth out the range of distortion making it easier to dial in lower gain tones.
The Iron Horse V2 comes in a Galaxy Gold finish with black ink. Artwork by illustrator Adam Forster features a new battle ready stallion cloaked in armour.
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.