Earn loyalty points whenever you shop at Andertons
Redeem points for discounts on your next purchase
Online, in store or over the phone, earn and use points however you choose to shop
No need to sign up - points are added automatically when you make a purchase!
Earn one point for every £1 you spend, plus bonus points on selected products
The more you shop, the more you save, so start earning points now!
How Loyalty Points Work
What are points worth?
Points are worth a 1p discount for every point you redeem. For example, if you have 1000 points, you can redeem them for a £10 discount on any purchase.
How many points will I earn when I shop?
We display the number of points available for a product on the product's page on our website. Normally we'll give you one point for every pound you spend, but watch out for double and triple points deals for even more savings!
Rothwell Audio Products are based in the United Kingdom and have been producing pedals and other useful guitar parts since 2007.
All of their products are assembled in the UK by a small team that thoroughly test each item before it leaves the work bench.
Guys like Mike Scott (Prince, Justin Timberlake) have used the Rothwell Hellbender distortion and even Gary Moore used a Heartbreaker overdrive!
Rothwell make a range of overdrive, distortion and booster pedals but they also produce some really cool guitar parts that you can buy to upgrade your guitars tone/volume knobs.
For example, the Neck Adder pot will allow you to dial in your neck pickup even if your selector switch is on the bridge. This is great because you can warm up the sound of your bridge pickup without having to go to the middle position and have both pickups running at the same volume.
The Rothwell Gain Pedals
Rothwell have built their reputation on the drive pedals that they make because they make pedals that can be used in different styles of music.
You want a treble boost for indie? The Atomic booster. You want a blues rock machine? The Heartbreaker! You want some high-gain British tone? The Hellbender!
Even their compressor has the ability to add a bit of dirt if you crank the volume on it.