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Sold Strymon (((Bluesky Reverb))) Pedal
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I've got a Strymon Bluesky Reverb pedal that I'm no longer using and it needs a good home.

This reverb pedal is a super-high quality reverb which is one of the few reverb pedals that works well with bass.

Mint condition- comes boxed with 9V PSU power supply for £200  PRICE DROP: £175!!! Plus Shipping


  •  Intense Spring, Plate and Room Algorhythms
  •  Normal, Mod and Shimmer Modes
  •  Zero Latency Dry Signal
  •  High & Low Damping Controls
  •  True Bypass
  •  Separate Pre-Delay Control
  •  Favourite Footswitch for storing settings
  •  Stereo Input & Output
  •  Super Low Noise

PM me if you're interested.




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