Strymon has presented its take on the Shin-Ei Uni-Vibe pedal, popularized in the 1960s by names like Jimi Hendrix, Robin Trower and David Gilmour.
a Strymon It continues to establish its name in the pedal market, this time with another launch that promises to attract new fans and customers. Now the Californian brand seeks to add its own personal touch to the legendary UniVibe From the sixties. UV vintage vibelike Strymon Nicknamed it, it has three controls, Speed and intensity that it amountjust one Foot switch Two things. Or it’s two Keysone to switch between modes Chorus, mix that it vibrationThe other is to change the bias.
One Before amp entrance I dried up To improve touch sensitivity and execution midiUSB-C connectivity, input/output stereoOne Converts Mono/stereo On the back and the ability to configure and play 300 presets is also included in UV vintage vibe.
Hey UV vintage vibe «Can be repeated UniVibe From the 60s, but they can do a lot of other things that make them more versatile than the original pedals», says the co-founder of Strymon, Seeley House.
Hey Strymon UltraViolet Vintage Vibe Available for $259 (about €244). For more information, see the official website Strymon.
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