Video: Meris LVX—A Quick Exploration of the Limitless Delay With Nick Reinhart

Over the summer, Meris unleashed its highly-anticipated LVX Modular Delay System pedal. After months of the pedal remaining on backorder, Meris' direct store on Reverb now has units in stock and ready to ship, all complete with a free power supply.

Built at Meris' Los Angeles headquarters, the pedal is designed to give players optimum, open-ended freedom and flexibility to create a custom delay anyone can make their own. Meris reserved this particular batch of units in advance. Which means holiday shoppers can get the pedal they want right now.

Meris LVX

Meris founder and engineer Terry Burton—formerly of Strymon—envisioned the LVX as a machine of endless processing possibilities, capable of a wide range of settings, and set out to make that happen.

Complete with true stereo processing elements, MIDI implementation, a 60-second looper, 99 preset locations in 33 banks, and flexible controls for time, feedback, modulation, and mix, the Merix LVX is the ultimate in modular delay—with an effect so powerful and versatile, how one player uses it will be worlds different than the other.

Tera Melos guitarist and Pedals & Effects co-host Nick Reinhart gives us his take in the video above. Get your own LVX directly from Meris on Reverb now.

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