Strymon Introduces Compadre

Dual voice compressor and boost pedal      29/04/20

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Strymon has announced Compadre which they describe as a dual voice compressor and boost, designed to deliver two flavours of studio quality analogue compression, and three EQ boost settings.

A spokesperson told us, "Start your signal chain with the best possible version of your guitar tone. Treat your guitar signal to true studio quality analog compression with two distinct voices for smooth transparency or vintage squeeze. Hit the Boost switch to add clean boost or soft-clipped dirty boost, with the EQ curve of your choice. Mix in some dry signal for natural attack even with extreme compression settings. Feel the perfectly tailored dynamic response, feeding your amp and effects just what they need to sound their best.

Bring out your amp's character in ways you never thought possible. Compadre's Class A JFET input circuit, studio quality analog compression, and musically voiced analog boost circuits all work together to make your amp sound like it was just modified by a world-class boutique amp designer.

Connect an expression pedal to add premium VCA-based volume control. Add an optional MiniSwitch or MultiSwitch Plus to store and recall your favorite settings. Integrate Compadre into a MIDI pedalboard using our MIDI EXP Cable and access up to 300 preset locations."

Pricing and Availability:
$299 / €339.99 / £299.95

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