Walrus Audio Launches the Fathom Multi-Function Reverb

The pedal features four custom algorithms, trails mode, sustain momentary function, a small footprint and a sub $200 price point.

Oklahoma City, OK (January 15, 2018) -- Pedal enthusiasts and message board devotees may remember seeing a prototype image from early 2017 of a new reverb from Walrus leading to lots of messages and speculation of what we were up to. After a complete art redesign and many more hours of breadboarding, the Fathom Multi-Function Reverb is ready to surface. Easily go from tasteful, small room reverb to long, modulated trails dripping of ambient goodness. Players will find the Fathom a very useful tool in a small footprint under $200.

The Fathom features four different algorithms: Hall, Plate, Lo-fi and Sonar, which gives a tip of the hat to its older brother, the Descent with a blendable shimmer/octave. Each algorithm can be modified with the “X” knob changing pre-delay, filter width or mix low and high octaves, respectively. A three way toggle also offers very tasteful amounts of modulation to your trails.

With four custom algorithms, trails mode, sustain momentary function, a small footprint and a sub $200 price point, the Fathom will appeal to players of all genres.

The Fathom comes in a “Arizona Teal” finish with cream and white ink. Artwork by illustrator Stuart Dooley features a lone one manned sub lost in the chasmic depths searching for the origins of the mysterious Julia.

The die-cast enclosure’s exact size is 4.77” x 2.6” x 1.39”. Power requirements are 9VDC (100mA minimum).

Walrus Audio is offering The Fathom for a retail price of $199 and is available for pre-order now with an expected release date of January 29, 2017 at walrusaudio.com and with our authorized dealers.

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