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Strymon recently introduced Orbit dBucket Flanger, a DSP driven flanger pedal designed to deliver the nuances of analog flangers coupled with DSP versatility and high-end audio quality, in a compact stompbox.

Orbit features a hand crafted, computationally intense flanger algorithm, with three feedback types (positive, negative, and positive/negative) as well as three LFO types (logarithmic, linear, and through zero). Über-flexible tone shaping with dedicated speed, width, mix, regeneration, and manual controls are all available on the Orbit front panel.

Super low noise, high performance 24-bit 96kHz A/D and D/A converters, and 110db typical signal-to-noise ratio keep your signal crystal clear, the manufacturer promises. In addition, Orbit provides stereo outputs, expression pedal input, true bypass, and a Favorite switch to save a preset of your favorite settings.

Orbit is designed and built in the USA and housed in a purple anodized aluminum chassis.

Pricing & Availability

Orbit is available for $299 (US). Orbit 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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