“We know that all of these pedals have a large and dedicated fan base”, said Dave Freuhling, Strymon co-founder and chief firmware guru. “So it was important that the improvements and updates we worked on didn’t take away from what made them so popular in the first place”. Strymon’s Head of Marketing Sean Halley continues, “everything we changed was done for a reason, because the goal was not only to add some modern features that customers have been repeatedly asking for, but also to make sure that all six pedals are much easier to use. At the end of the day these pedals can recreate all of the sounds that were previously available in the original versions, but now they sound and feel better, are far more powerful and flexible, and are ultimately easier to use than we could have hoped when each model was originally re- leased.”
DIG, Deco, El Capistan and blueSky have a new street price of $379 US, and Lex and Flint now street for $349. The pedals are available directly from Strymon and a select group of dealers worldwide.
Videos covering the launch and sound samples can be found HERE. For additional information please check out Strymon’s website, and please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for all media or press inquiries.
Based in Westlake Village, CA, Strymon Engineering manufactures an award-winning line of guitar eﬀects pedals, Eurorack modules, MIDI interfaces and hyper-robust power supplies, all designed and made in the USA. Their products are mainstays in the rigs of top recording and touring professional musicians worldwide, helping these players craft their own signature sounds with creative, powerful and road-worthy gear that sounds like nothing else.