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Strymon Big Sky Multi Reverb Guitar Effects Pedal

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Strymon Big Sky Multi Reverb Guitar Effects Pedal


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  • 12 studio-class reverbs for creating your own dreamy soundscapes
  • 7 tone-shaping controls, including 2 editable parameter knobs
  • 300 preset slots for saving and recalling a goldmine of tones
  • Powerful 366MHz SIMD SHARC processor core
  • 24-bit 96kHz A/D and D/A converters
  • True Bypass enabled for an unblemished dry signal
  • Analog dry path for a zero latency dry signal
  • Stereo and MIDI connectivity for increased routing options
  • Expression pedal input enables total creative control
  • Includes 9V centre-negative power supply

Setting out to create the Strymon Big Sky Multi Reverb, the company had lofty desires and strident expectations. Harnessing the fundamentals of acoustical science and studying and analysing 50 years of reverb technology, the very essence of classic sounds have been captured and built upon to create a new level of reverb. The platform for the Big Sky had been set.

The result of all this hard work, commitment, and incredible attention to detail is a multi-reverb pedal that is built for the pedal board but with a level of audio quality that easily outperforms many rack mount units. This is thanks to the innovative analog circuitry design, the powerful SHARC processor, and high-quality components.

BigSky is something of a triumph, producing hyper-realistic rooms, ambient space trips and everything in between with ease and finesse.

-Ingmar Kiang (Sound on Sound Magazine)

12 Studio-Class Reverbs

The meat of this particularly tasty sandwich, the Strymon Big Sky Multi Reverb Guitar Effects Pedal is stuffed with 12 hand-crafted, studio-class reverbs, which offer a mass of variety in themselves, but when combined with the expansive range of controls, provides just about any reverb you can think of and plenty more besides. The reverbs types available are as follows: Room, Hall, Plate, Spring, Swell, Bloom, Cloud, Chorale, Shimmer, Magneto, Nonlinear, Reflections.

Full Reverb Tone Controls

When confronted with such a behemoth of tone, you need a way to harness its power in a way that makes the complex simple and accessible, the Strymon Big Sky Multi Reverb does just that with an array of seven tone-shaping controls available right from the front panel. These are: Decay, Pre-Delay, Mix, Tone, Mod, Param 1, Param 2.

Although the controls here are fairly self-explanatory, the Param 1 and Param 2 knobs are a little more involved, as they differ depending on the selected reverb type. In addition, when creating your presets, they can also been assigned to control your most-used menu parameters, giving you easier access from the front panel.

300 Preset Slots

Speaking of presets, the Strymon Big Sky Multi Reverb Pedal has the capacity to hold 300 user-defined presets, including Infinite Sustain and Freeze, and Spillover and Reverb Persist parameters. These nameable presets (, which are viewable on the pedal’s LED display) are easy to cycle through with the pedal’s switches, or with an external MIDI controller.


Along with stereo inputs and outputs giving you extensive audio options, the Strymon Big Sky Multi Reverb offers even more control over your sound with a MIDI input and output alongside an expression pedal input. The expression input allows control over any knob or combination of knobs and its use can even be saved per preset. Alternatively this can be used as an external tap input.

Analog Dry Path

The Strymon BigSky Multi Reverb is equipped with an analog dry path, with a programmable mix control, which is never converted to a digital signal. Strymon have gone to this extra effort to ensure the purity of your dry signal is never muddied with conversion noise, latency, or attenuation.

High-Quality Components

By incorporating studio-quality 24-bit 96kHz A/D and D/A converters in the design of the pedal, the Big Sky is capable a 100% wet dynamic range performance of 109dB, and mixing dry and wet signals externally in analogue allows an achievable dynamic range of 115dB at a 50% wet mix.

SHARC Processor

As reverbs are processor-intensive, the pedal has been equipped with a SIMD SHARC processor core that offers 366 MHz core instruction rate, and 2.4 Gigaflops of peak performance. In short this means that Strymon has not had to restrict anything in the creation of the on-board reverbs, giving you the ultimate tonal experience.

Model Code Big Sky
Pedal Effect Reverb
Brand Strymon
Product Type Electric Guitar Pedals
EAN 143091456865


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