Pedal Demo and Tutorial: Walrus Audio Bellwether

Tasty delay

The Walrus Audio Bellwether delay is getting a lot of buzz on the market. Check out this demo and tutorial to find out if it's special enough to add to your rig.

Overview

After watching a few of Walrus's demos I thought the modulation would be a little too much, but I actually found a lot of ways to use it tastefully.  It has a vinage chorus vibe to it.  The tap tempo and the ability to adjust the tone of the repeats are convenient and the true bypass dry signal keeps your original tone from getting overwhelmed. If you want to pick one up, you can grab one at Rogue Guitar Shop.

Hear the Bellwether used in these lessons

 

Album:

Tempo: Medium

Song Key: E

It Is Well With My Soul

Artist: Matt Redman

Great hymn update with all new verses and a familiar chorus.

A fun song jam packed with syncopated grooves!

Solid 16's with a great groove towards the end.

Cool melodies with awesome sounds.

Album:

Tempo: Medium

Song Key: C

Fearless

Artist: Mia Fieldes

That riff on the bridge!!!

This song has some really tight grooves and is a ton of fun to play!!

Driving sixteenths!

You're going to love the arpeggiated synths on this tune.

Album:

Tempo: Up

Song Key: D

God My Rock

Artist: Brenton Brown

Acoustic: easy. Lead: not easy. Well worth the time, though.

Pretty straight forward grooves for this tune. Lets dive in!

Packed with fun parts to learn.

Time to work the B3.

Jason Houtsma serves as Worship Pastor for Mosaic Church in Bellingham, WA, Husband to Alli, Father to Bjorn and Asher, and guitar instructor for WorshipArtistry.com

Pedal Demo and Tutorial: Walrus Audio Bellwether

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Comments

i saw that you had a

memory man in one of the song lessons how was it?

I like it.

I'll be posting a review in the coming weeks.