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Plug into BigSky and instantly lift your sound into the stratosphere. The world below you fades into the distance, and you're elevated into a glow of lush, glorious, radiant reverbs.
To create a reverb experience as natural, beautiful, and immersive as BigSky required tremendous feats of sound engineering and artistic imagination. Using the fundamentals of acoustical science as our beacon, we carefully studied and scientifically analyzed reverb technology from the past fifty years. We faithfully captured the essence of these classic sounds, and forged ahead to dream up our vision of reverbs from the future.
Once again, Strymon has proven that great things do indeed come in small packages. Featuring twelve different reverb effects to provide everything, from standard room and hall reverbs, to a wide variety of professional-quality special effects. The quality of the Big Sky’s reverb sounds is simply phenomenal and actually much better than many famous digital reverb rack units from the past three decades. The reverb tails are incredibly smooth, and the special effects rank right up there with those usually found on studio gear costing well over $2,000. Playing through the Big Sky instantly provides that elusive professional sheen both onstage and in the studio. The hall reverb sounds impressively warm and huge, and the room and spring reverbs add the perfect sense of space while retaining all the clarity and definition of the original guitar tone.
Unlike a rack unit with its endless menus of parameters to dig through, the Big Sky is very easy to operate and program, thanks to its front panel controls. Most of the parameters a player needs are accessible right up front, but if you want to dig into more detail, additional parameters are accessible with only a few presses of the value control. Selectable true-bypass or analog-buffered bypass, full MIDI implementation, and modes like Kill Dry (useful when placing the Big Sky in a parallel-processing signal path), Spillover and Reverb Persist make the Big Sky a true professional-quality processor. Plus, the cabinet emulation filter allows guitarists to use the Big Sky for direct recording or to connect to a PA system, retaining warm, natural tone without an amp. If you want studio-quality reverb and don’t want the hassles of hauling around a big rack, you should immediately get your hands on the Big Sky pedal!Why We Love Strymon
Damage Control was founded in 2004 with the release of their line of tube-driven effects pedals, which earned critical acclaim and became favorites among guitarists across the globe. In 2009 they began developing products under the Strymon name, and the rest is history! Strymon is known for their pursuit of building products with no compromises, that push the limits of technology in music, and redefine what is possible with music gear. Their innovations in single-purpose, multi-effect pedals in Reverb, Delay, and Modulation alone have changed and revolutionized the effects pedal market. At Lucci, not only do our guitarists love Strymon, most of them have one or more of their pedals on their pedal boards. Look for Strymon pedals at Lucci Music, online and in store located in Colorado Springs, CO. If you want a innovative and revolutionary wet effects then you’re looking for Strymon.
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