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Reviews for the Walrus Audio Voyager Overdrive Pedal
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  • Not a fan

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    Maybe I was doing something wrong with this, but it just sounded way too thin to me. I could see it working better as a boost than an overdrive.

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  • Great for BASS

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    When I was at NAMM this year I tried out as many Fuzz/Overdrive/Distortion pedals as I could get my hands on and I kept coming back to the Voyager. This was also the first time I had ever messed around with any of their effects and I really enjoyed them. I was looking for a gritty tone that still k…

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  • Such a powerful tone sculpting tool

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    I mainly use it as a treble or mid boost. It sweetens my clean or dirty tone so effectively. It has a really gritty sound once you turn up the gain, which isn't to my taste, but as for a post gain booster, it's one of the best. A super valuable asset to any rig.

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  • Great Versatile Pedal with Inspiring Capabilities

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    I am very pleased with the Voyager and how well it stacks with other pedals. I have it paired with other walrus pedals like the iron horse, arp, and jupiter fuzz and it creates some great possibilities for someone like me thats just tinkering and exploring :) Highly Recommend!

  • Tasty Overdrive

    I just bought mine from a local store and the last hour has been heaven. Clean channel with pedal gain set past 6 o'clock with my tele's neck pickup made a tone that I haven't heard before, very creamy and bright. It also works well as a boost to my amp's distortion channel and low tunings. Might be…