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Strymon V2 pedals

Strymon V2 pedals  ·  Source: Strymon

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These Strymon Next Generation pedals were leaked a few weeks back vis an image shared on various guitar forums. Well, now they have been officially launched.

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Strymon Next Generation

That Strymon leak the other week has turned out to be true. These newly updated Next Generation effects include the Blue Sky, Flint, El Capistan, Lex, Deco and Dig.

They now include a new ARM DSP chip that provides more processing power and new algorithms for each effect. They also now include USB-C and this can be used to connect to your DAW or MIDI for added control.

Flint V2

Flint V2

MIDI and more

They now feature full MIDI implementation and this allows you to control just about every knob, switch, and setting remotely via the EXP/MIDI jack or USB. Plus, you can save and recall all the new sounds you create via 300 onboard MIDI presets.

New Input Selection, USB and more

New Input Selection, USB and more

Enhanced I/O

Then you get a new external Input switch to determine between mono or TRS stereo input, and an upgraded all-analogue JFET front end that gives increased responsiveness and a better dynamic feel.

Blue Sky

Blue Sky V2

Updated Effects

Each pedal comes with updated algorithms, and many of them also get an extra control knob for specific parameters.

For example, the updated Blue Sky gets a dedicated Shimmer knob and new Shimmer behaviours, plus a new Mod switch that allows you to select the modulation depth for each reverb type. Along with a new Spring algorithm that creates what Strymon describes as an extraordinary vintage spring reverb sounds, as well as expanded spring textures and hauntingly unique interactions with an octave-down Shimmer.

Strymon Lex V2

Strymon Deco V2

Strymon Flint V2

Strymon Bluesky V2

Strymon El Capistan V2

Strymon Dig V2 Dual Digital Delay

Below are all the official videos featuring all the details for each pedal, with all the updates and new functionality.

MSRP – BlueSky, Deco, Dig and El Capistan USD 379 each.  Flint and Lex USD 349 each.

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5 responses to “Strymon Next Generation pedals officially launched”

    Champ says:
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    Can somebody explain why they made these new pedals with stereo input yet all the new videos are shown with a guitar?

      Jesus Christ says:
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      You can’t think of any reason? Really?

      Sure. Because sometimes you want to plug something stereo into something else stereo. A stereo delay into a stereo reverb, for instance.

      Mark C. says:
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      Maybe they attempting to invent a stereo guitar once again e.g. send neck pickup to the left channel and bridge pickup to the right channel with panning control in between.

      SR says:
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      All of their pedals accept line level inputs so you could put them on a send from your mixer or daw, or plug in a stereo synth or stereo effect pedal. Just think of them as rackmount effects in a pedal form factor. The old deco for instance had the same mono/stereo functionality but the switch was an internal jumper so it was inconvenient to change it. Now it is very convenient

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