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Strymon Brigadier dBucket Delay Guitar Effects Pedal

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£299.00
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Highlights
  • Ultra low noise, 24-bit 96kHz A/D and D/A converters with 115dB signal to noise ratio
  • Hand-crafted dBucket algorithm reproduces bucket brigade responsiveness for a true analogue feel
  • Three delay time modes: short, medium, and long with intricate tap tempo controls
  • Mono inputs, stereo outputs, and expression control input for real-time control over any knob parameters
  • Adjustable +/-3dB boost or cut when the effect is engaged
  • Strong and lightweight green anodized chassis offers a subtle yet stylish finish
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Delivery to UK mainland addresses* is FREE on orders over £75 and up to 30kg. (As a guide, a standard electric guitar weighs approx. 3-5kg).

Delivery on orders below £75 are charged at £4.45!

Delivery to Northern Ireland, the Scottish Highlands & Islands, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, Channel Islands and the Republic of Ireland. is weight dependant and will be indicated at the checkout

Delivery above 30kg to ANY location will vary according to weight and will be indicated at the checkout

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UK mainland*FREE on orders over £75 £4.45 on orders under £751-3 working days
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The Strymon Brigadier dBucket Delay Guitar Effects Pedal is a dream come true for many players; offering the rich response of classic analogue 'bucket brigade' circuitry, in highly versatile, and ever reliable, digital form. To say that the Brigadier is remarkable would be an understatement - it is nothing short of amazing.

dBucket Algorithm

Analogue pedals control delay by using a series of capacitors to progress the signal along, which audibly affects the fidelity of the signal as the delay time is increased. Some argue that as digital delays experience no loss of fidelity, this can leave them sounding 'cold' when compared to analogue's 'warmth'. This is where the awesome dBucket algorithm works its magic.

A powerful SHARC processor handles the role of executing each task with ease, and recreates the signal path in its entirety, using sophisticated mathematics to interpret the interplay of components in analogue circuitry. The result is a smooth and faithful response that is oozing with old-school charm, with all the nuances you'd expect such as pitch effects, delay-time artifacts, and loss of fidelity.

Versatile Control Setup

There are five knobs that stand out immediately across the front panel: Time, Bucket Loss, Repeats, Mod, and Mix. Time controls delay time relative to the delay mode, which can be used in real-time to create your own effects.

Bucket Loss affects the amount of Bucket Loss at each stage, from no loss at minimum to full loss at maximum. By holding Tap and Bypass whilst turning the Bucket Loss knobs accesses the Filter mode, which enables you to shift the tone of the repeats to sound brighter or darker.

Repeats allows you to vary the delay repeats from a sharp slap-back, to an enveloping swell that consumes your tone.

Mod adds low-frequency oscillation modulation to the signal, with no affect at the minimum setting, and increasing with intensity as the knob is turned clockwise.

Mix controls the balance of your dry and wet signals, and when used in conjunction with the Tap and Bypass controls, a +/-3dB Boost/Cut feature can be accessed in order to give your delay tone greater presence.

The Mode switch allows you to select between short, medium and long delay times. The Tap switch allows you to select quarter, dot, or triplet tap tempos.

As you can see, the range of control at your disposal is truly staggering, enabling you to create wondrous soundscapes with the greatest of ease.

Connectivity

Along the rear panel of the unit you'll find the 9V DC input, as well as the high impedance mono input, Expression pedal input for real-time control over any knob parameter, as well as stereo pair (right and left) outputs.

Exceptional Audio Quality

The Brigadier boasts ultra-low noise, high performance 24-bit 96kHz A/D and D/A converters with an 115dB typical signal to noise ratio. The analog dry path results in zero latency, as it is never converted to digital, ensuring that your bypassed signal remains in pristine condition. With 20Hz to 20kHz frequency response, you can guarantee that the intricate nuances of your guitar tone is preserved dutifully. The circuitry is housed in a super-strong and lightweight green anodized aluminium chassis, which is lovingly crafted in the USA.

The Strymon Brigadier dBucket Delay Guitar Effects Pedal delivers killer tones, superb response, exceptional versatility, smooth attenuation, and robust hardware – all in an easy to navigate interface. It doesn’t get much better than this.

Specification
ManufacturerStrymon
ManufacturerBrigadier dBucket Delay Guitar Effects Pedal
Dimensions (H x W x D)90 x 200 x 110 mm
Weight650g
Input Impedance1Meg Ohm
Output Impedance100 Ohm
Signal to Noise115 dB typical
A/D and D/A24-bit 96kHz
Frequency Response20Hz to 20kHz
Max Input Level +8dBu
DSP performance1596 MegaFLOPS
Bypass Switching True Bypass (electromechanical relay switching) or Analog “trails” Bypass (selectable)
Input Voltage9VDC Center Negative
Required Current250mA
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