Monthly Archives: April 2009

Site still undergoing work

The site is still undergoing work : new categories, products and prices.

We have brand new sections for Drumheads & Guitar effects, much more to come.

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Stock Update

We are getting a very limited quantity of new Dunlop effect pedals today

including the following.


The Swollen Pickle. The Pork Loin. The Fat Sandwich. They sound like listings on a deli menu, but they’re effects pedals – Way Huge pedals – and thanks to Dunlop, you can order them now.

Way Huge was launched in 1992 by Jeorge Tripps, who was searching for a vintage vibe from modern pedals without sacrificing reliability and durability.

In 1999 Tripps closed the doors on Way Huge, driving the price for its products through the roof. But now that Dunlop has acquired the brand, new editions from the lab are available – and affordable.

The Swollen Pickle is a jumbo fuzz said to surrender copious amounts of boost, crunch and sustain with a super low-end smoothness.

The Pork Loin Softclip Injection Overdrive incorporates a modified classic British preamp sound with a modern soft clipping overdrive effect.

The Fat Sandwich Harmonic Saturator is designed to offer heaps of crunchy distortion, allowing you to find the ‘sweet spot’ in any guitar and amp combination.

and the new Dyna comp vintage


In the quest for ultimate tone, a compressor is an indispensable ally. And the MXR Dyna Comp that was produced in 1976 has long been regarded as the ultimate stomp box compressor. There’s something inherently musical in the way it “tightens up” a guitar signal, raising the volume of quiet notes and leveling off peaks to create rich, full bodied sustain. From country twangers to metal monsters, guitarists have long relied on the MXR Dyna Comp to make their riffs stand tall in any live or studio mix. Now the MXR Custom Shop brings back that highly sought-after sound with the ‘76 Vintage Dyna Comp. Meticulously researched and superbly crafted, it features the exact same circuitry used in the original 1976 Dyna Comp, identical in its component layout, silkscreen and handmade wire harness. The key component is the old school CA3080 “metal can” integrated circuit (IC), which yields quieter operation, greater transparency and increased dynamic range. These ICs have been out of production since the ‘80s, but MXR has tracked down a stash of them—enough to produce a limited run of these little red boxes of compression bliss. With supplies limited, the MXR ‘76 Vintage Dyna Comp is destined to quickly become as ultra collectible as its noble ancestor. So get yours now. Available only from the MXR Custom Shop.

Additionaly, we are getting new straps and plectrums and more from Dunlop, keep checking the site for new product addition.

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Waltons Web Team

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