Something is pushing through you to get somewhere else. Zero in. Find it. What is it? Where is it going? Is it here for good, for bad, or for nothing at all? I can't tell you. I'm still trying to communicate with it myself. You can feel it though, right? Some something that may not even be matter, a charge without center, rushing through you. Asking only to get to the center of it all. Taking you with it.
The Fault Overdrive/Distortion is the drive you didn't even know you needed. It can push your amp over the edge, provide a sensitive drive for a clean signal, or act as an all out distortion for your chugging rhythms or singing leads or noise experiments. A Bypass switch turns it on and off. Volume makes it louder. Gain 1 sets the intensity of the first gain stage, and can go from light and sparkly to tight and crunchy.
Low, Mid, and High each cut or boost their respective frequencies - scoop it, hump it, flatten it, whatever your heart desires. Low is a 100 Hz shelf filter, Mid is 500 Hz bell, and High is 3 kHz shelf.
Gain 2 is activated by the Gain 2 footswitch - if it's off, it does nothing. If the knob is all the way down, it does nothing. But turn the switch on and the knob up and you'll find increasingly heavy distortion in a pedal you thought was only an overdrive.
9VDC - 2.1mm negative center pin adapter.
31 mA draw.
HX Stomp™ is a professional-grade guitar processor that delivers the sound of Helix® amps, cabs, and effects in an ultra-compact pedal. Whereas the Line 6® HX EffectsTM pedal is designed to be the centerpiece of a pedalboard, providing full control over individual effects, amp switching, and external MIDI-equipped pedals—HX Stomp is a programmable amp/cab/effects/IR pedal that seamlessly integrates into a variety of environments and applications. Use it as a “super stompbox,” a backup or travel rig, an add-on tone expander when combined with other modelers, an audio interface—or even a complete guitar or bass rig.
The same HX Modeling technology that powers the flagship Helix guitar processor enables HX Stomp to run up to six processing blocks simultaneously, with pristine audio quality, making it the most powerful and flexible stompbox-sized guitar processor currently available. There are over 300 amps, cabs, and effects—including a looper. HX Stomp contains all the same HX models found in Helix family products, as well as the legacy effects library from Line 6® M-Series pedals, and stompbox modelers such as the DL4™, MM4™, FM4™, and DM4™. There are also presets created specifically for bass players, as well as individual bass amp and cab models.
Additional features include a choice of true bypass and DSP bypass with trails, a stereo effects loop for patching other pedals into the signal chain and 4-Cable Method setups, a jack for connecting two external footswitches or expression pedals, extensive MIDI control, IR (impulse response) loading capabilities, and a multichannel 24-bit/96kHz USB audio interface. The free HX Edit app allows you to customize nearly every aspect of the pedal’s operation, create, save and load presets. It also provides preset librarian capabilities, IR loading, and more.
INTUITIVE CONTROL AND EDITING
Despite its tiny size, HX Stomp is easy to both operate and program, thanks to its simple but powerful controls, 320 x 240-pixel color LCD, and three capacitive-sensing footswitches with color-coded LED rings. External control via MIDI and optional expression pedal and footswitch control provide additional flexibility, as does I/O that may be configured for sophisticated routing such as simultaneously feeding an amp and a FOH mixer, 4-Cable Method operation with an amplifier, and easy studio re-amping.
PRISTINE AUDIO QUALITY
An industry-leading 123dB of dynamic range provides tremendous depth and ultra-low noise, while the highest-quality components guarantee unadulterated audio throughout—from inputs to outputs—whether feeding an amp, going direct to FOH, or recording in the studio.
A COMPLETE RIG IN A PEDAL
Whether you need a backup for your Helix or other rig, a travel rig that will fit into a duffle bag with room to spare for cables and additional pedals, a convenient practice and rehearsal rig, or a complete guitar and effects studio recording setup—the HX Stomp provides the perfect solution. It even fits into the top pocket of a Helix Backpack.
Building off of the lush, tonal landscapes that the Julia created, Walrus Audio is beyond excited to announce the
Julianna Deluxe Chorus/Vibrato. This release packs an all analog, digital LFO, stereo chorus/vibrato with new expanded
features. Julianna is able to produce everything from mild smooth chorus, to seasick vibrato. The familiar controls like
Lag, Dry-Chorus-Vibrato Blend, and selectable LFO wave shapes are all still here but Julianna employs some new tricks:
Secondary LFO speed, modulation drift, tap/expression control, momentary features, and external tap tempo will have you
commanding all new kinds of sounds not found in traditional chorus pedals.
In addition to the highly requested tap tempo switch and stereo in/out jacks, players will once again find new life in chorus
with Drift and Secondary LFO speed. With Drift mode, the pedal’s LFO rate gently speeds up and down. It’s like having a
little robot in the pedal moving your Rate knob up and down. With the Secondary LFO speed, you can ramp up or slow
down your LFO rate depending on where the Rate knob is set. When you combine these settings with the added random
wave shape and tap multiplier, there is a near infinite amount of sounds to explore.
The Julianna comes in a deep lavender colored enclosure with surf green ink, featuring original artwork of Julia’s big sister
emerging from the depths that her sister once ruled. Illustration by Adam Forster. The die-cast enclosure’s exact size is 4.77”
x 2.9” x 2.3”.
Power requirements are 9VDC, center negative (100mA minimum).
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Create vast soundscapes with just a few notes from your instrument. Apply mind-bending pitch and harmonic manipulation to your reverb tails, with synth-like filter sweeps. Enter a world of new sounds that blow away the boundaries of what is possible with reverb. With pioneers and adventurous sonic explorers in mind we created a reverb pedal that can go where none have gone before.
NightSky is a reverberant synthesis workstation, and a powerful, hands-on experimental sound design platform. NightSky gives you real-time continuous control of reverb pitch/processing rate/core size, harmonics, and even a synth-like resonant filter with multiple modulation waveshapes, plus a step sequencer with variable glide. You haven’t heard a pedal like this before.