Just In: Strymon's Brig Is a "Certified Organic" Delay

Many musicians know Strymon from the large-format, multi-function digital pedals like the BigSky, Timeline, and Volante.

But following the release of the Cloudburst, which simplified Strymon's love of ambient reverbs down to a slim enclosure, the company's back with another small but mighty pedal: the Brig. And it's shipping now from Strymon's official Reverb shop.

Strymon Brig

Strymon says the Brig brings "certified organic echo." It offers three distinct delay voicings from Strymon's digital "dBucket" effects: two built to emulate specific analog bucket-brigade delay (BBD) chips, and one multi-voice function.

"The delays that become true classics do not simply repeat the notes you play. They do something special to each delay repeat," writes Strymon. "Something that evokes a feeling, fueling the music and inspiring you."

To get to that feeling, the Brig—note how that's a few letters shy of "Brigade"—packs these features into its small frame, according to Strymon:

  • 3205 voice delivers gritty repeats that can morph as it feeds back, creating sounds ranging from gorgeous slapback echoes to psychedelic sci-fi effects
  • 3005 voice recreates a dual MN3005 BBD chip circuit for longer delay times and warm repeats with a soft, dreamlike quality
  • Multi voice features two cross-coupled, super-clean dBucket delay lines with golden ratio timing to create complex soundscapes and a huge stereo soundfield that remains musical and clean even while sitting on the edge of self-oscillation
  • Artifact-free tap tempo
  • Stereo operation
  • High-impedance, ultra-low noise discrete Class A JFET stereo input preamp for exceptional touch sensitivity, dynamics and feel
  • MIDI control for tempo, patch save/recall, and more

Order your Strymon Brig on Reverb, direct from Strymon.

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