Strymon Brigadier gives you perfect analog delay sound
attached to the controllability of digitality. Handwritten dBucket
algorithm models each step of an analog bucket brigade chip.
Time: Adjusts the delay length along with Mode switch. Varies from 40 ms to 5 seconds. Can be overriden with tap tempo switch.
Mix: Sets the relationship between dry and effected signal. Goes from 100% dry to 100% wet. Dry signal is kept 100% analog.
Bucket Loss: Controls the amount of signal loss in the bucket brigade chain. At 7 o'clock there is no loss, towards 5 o'clock the sound gets more lo-fi with noise and distortion.
Repeats: Controls the amount of repeats. At 7 o'clock one repeat, at 5 o'clock infinite repeats.
Mod: Adds modulation to the delay sound. At 7 o'clock modulation is slow and mellow, at 5 o'clock fast and deep.
Mode switch: 3-position switch which chooses the range of delay time which can then be fine-tuned with Time control. Delay lengths: Short (40ms - 400ms), Medium (100ms-1 second), Long (500ms-5 seconds). Can be overridden with tap tempo switch.
Tap switch: 3-position switch to choose the subdivision of tap tempo. Options are: quarter notes, triplets and dotted eighth notes.
Inputs and outputs: Stereo in (TRS) and stereo out. Expression pedal input. Expression pedal can be set to change any control.
Filter (under Bucket Loss, keep bypass and tap tempo pressed): Controls the tone of the delay, at 7 o'clock bright, at 5 o'clock dark.
+/-3db Boost (under Mix control, keep bypass and tap tempo pressed): Boosts or cuts the output.
- Power requirements: 2,1mm 9 VDC centre negative, 250 mA. Power supply included.
- True Bypass or buffered bypass, user selectable.
- Made in USA