EXH Releases Walking On The Moon Flanger

US Artist edition analog flanger pedal commemorates Andy Summers sound with The Police      14/07/23

Electro-Harmonix has introduced the Andy Summers Walking on the Moon artist signature flanger/filter matrix pedal. They say that the pedal celebrates the classic flanger tones Andy employed while carving his niche with The Police. A spokesperson told us, "The Andy Summers Walking on the Moon analog flanger produces liquid flanging tones that hint towards chorusing effects with the extra depth and nuance Andy is known for."

Andy Summers said, "This beautiful shimmering which sort of made the sound more bigger and more glamourous...became a sort of characteristic of my guitar sound...A big part of my guitar sound at that time in The Police was the flange sound which we have here today in this great new pedal." 
    
Special Artist Edition graphics featuring Andy's signature adorn the chassis and a tribute Walking on the Moon poster with art by Laura Josephson is included with each pedal. Pedal features include true bypass switching, and includes a 9V adapter while it can also be powered by a 9V battery.

Pricing and Availability:
The Andy Summers Walking on the Moon flanger pedal is available now and features a U.S. Street Price of $129.00.

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