NAMM 2016: Strymon Generalissimo Eurorack Multi-tap Delay!

First Eurorack module from yet another entry into the modular world!      21/01/16

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The Generalissimo is the first Eurorack module from Strymon. A four head Dtap delay module, designed to give you an abundance of warm, gooey, and saturated tape soundscapes.

It also provides a huge amount of utility and versatility, giving you the functions of five separate modules in one. Four Head Tape Echo. Sound on Sound Looper. Spring Reverb. Clock Multiplier. Self-Oscillator.

Although we didn't get an exact date on release and production, on the Strymon website it says that they are aiming for summer 2016.

The Generalissimo will cost $599.

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