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Strymon introduced blueSky Reverberator, a DSP driven reverb pedal designed to deliver majestic reverbs, advanced sonic flexibility, and high-end audio quality, in a compact stompbox.

blueSky features hand crafted, computationally intense spring, plate and room reverb algorithms, each with normal, modulation and Shimmer modes per algorithm. blueSky provides über-flexible reverb tone shaping with dedicated low damp, high damp, pre-delay, decay and mix controls.

Super low noise, high performance 24-bit 96kHz A/D and D/A converters, and a remarkable 115db typical signal-to-noise ratio keep your signal crystal clear, the manufacturer assures. In addition to its audio specs, blueSky provides stereo inputs and outputs, true bypass or analog buffered bypass, and an analog dry path for a zero latency dry signal that is never converted to digital. blueSky also features a Favorite switch to save a preset of your favorite settings.

blueSky is designed and built in the USA and housed in a blue anodized aluminum chassis.

Pricing & Availability
blueSky Reverberator is available for $299 (US).

blueSky 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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