Strymon Pedals1-29 of 29 products
Strymon Blue Sky Reverb
Strymon Big Sky Reverb
Strymon Timeline Multi Delay and Looper Pedal
Strymon Volante Magnetic Echo Machine
Strymon NightSky Reverb
Strymon Flint Tremolo and Reverb Black Knob Edition
Strymon Zuma Mounting Brackets
Strymon Ojai R30 Power Supply
Strymon El Capistan Tape Delay
Strymon Ojai Expansion Kit
Strymon Mobius Modulation Pedal
Strymon Flint Tremolo and Reverb
Strymon Zuma R300
Strymon Riverside Overdrive
Strymon Mini Switch
Strymon Deco Vintage Tape Effects
Strymon Sunset Dual Drive
Strymon Dig Dual Digital Delay
Strymon Compadre Compressor
Strymon Lex Rotary Speaker Pedal
Strymon EIAJ Cable Straight - Right Angle 9”
Strymon 9v Power supply for Strymon pedals
Strymon Ola Chorus/Vibrato
Strymon Zelzah Multidimensional Phaser
Strymon Timeline Multi Delay and Looper Pedal (Ex-Demo) #S20-56763
Strymon Multiswitch Plus Footswitch
About Strymon Pedals
Strymon pedals are known for their innovation in Digital Signal Processing (DSP). This technology packs staggering processing power into each pedal.
Strymon pedals are immediately recognisable by their colourful yet robust aluminium casings. The Strymon Big Sky is one of the most popular pedals in the world since its release. Its reverb sounds are stunning: lush and organic with none of the sterile digital feel you often find in reverb pedals. It covers everything from old studio reverbs like plate and spring to natural room and hall sounds. Really though, the Big Sky’s popularity comes from the cavernous, otherworldly reverbs and celestial shimmers it can create. A perfect example of when a pedal encourages you to play in a totally different way. Their latest innovation comes in the form of the Iridium. This unassuming pedal, still in the small Strymon casing, is one of the most power amp and cab modellers on the market.
Most modellers give players hundreds of choices which can lead to option paralysis. The Strymon Iridium, however, favours quality over quantity with three classic amp sounds. Players can now turn up at a gig armed only with a small pedalboard and still get huge, arena-ready sounds.
Strymon also have their own range of industry-leading power supplies so that you can give your pedals all the juice they need.