Strymon recently introduced Brigadier dBucket Delay, a DSP driven delay pedal designed to deliver "all of the subtleties of an analog delay along with DSP flexibility, in a compact stompbox."
Delay shaping with dedicated bucket loss, repeats, modulation, time and mix controls are all available on the Brigadier front panel. Three delay time modes (short, medium, and long) and three tap tempo modes (quarter, dot, and triplet) are designed to allow exceptional delay.
Brigadier features low noise, 24-bit 96kHz A/D and D/A converters, and 115db typical signal-to-noise ratio. Brigadier provides an expression pedal input, stereo outputs, true bypass or analog buffered bypass, and an analog dry path for a zero latency dry signal that is never converted to digital.
Brigadier is designed and built in the USA and housed in a green anodized aluminum chassis.
Pricing & Availability
Brigadier is available for $299 (US). Brigadier is sold in North America directly through the Strymon online store (www.strymon.net) and through select authorized Strymon dealers.
For an up-to-date list of international dealers, visit www.strymon.net/dealers.
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