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Walrus Audio Kangra | Filter Fuzz
Thick Octave Fuzz With Psychedelic Fitler
The Kangra Filter Fuzz is a true bypass, two-in-one pedal that provides a thick and spatty octave fuzz, and a psychedelic filter that's great for sweeps, frequency boost or even envelope filter sounds.
Would you like to command all of existence with the authority of one guitar strike?
The Kangra Filter Fuzz is a true bypass, two-in-one pedal that provides a thick and spatty octave fuzz, and a psychedelic filter that's great for sweeps, frequency boost or even envelope filter sounds. The filter can run independently, or with the fuzz feeding into it. This is no rhythm player's fuzz. Dig in and play dirty with aggressive fuzz lead lines that'll rip time and space apart at the seams.
SNL Guitarist and fuzz fanatic, Jared Scharff, approached Walrus about doing a modern filtered fuzz inspired by his favourite vintage fuzz pedal, the Kay Fuzz Tone. Working together through hundreds of texts, calls, emails and mailing prototypes back and forth, the Kangra came to life with plenty of grit, teeth and vintage vibe, as well as pronounced modern features.
Get two different styles of fuzz with the M/V Switch. In the modern position (M), you notice a more forgiving fuzz with longer and tighter sustain, while the Vintage position (V) feels starved with spatty breakup and grittier, shorter sustain.
The Kangra also has a versatile filter with Resonance, Sensitivity, Frequency and Envelope Filter controls. Use the filter on its own to add a unique shape to your sound, or flip the Envelope Filter switch and open up funky sixties style tones.
"On the filter, I wanted to go for that vintage mpc 3000 low pass type of thing... Or similar to doing a low pass plug-in for a track, or like a dj would do without it being too wah pedal like, and this achieved that." - Jared Scharff