Here’s a Strymon Flint in nice shape - just the faintest little nick on the left side of the case, but barely noticeable. Pedal only, no box, papers, PSU.
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Studio One is another good choice. If you don’t get along with Reaper, I’d try that next. It’s pricier, but has the advantage of more user-friendly built-in plug-ins. With Reaper, the built-in plugs work great but are ugly and a little intimidating. In a Windows environment, I think Reaper or...
I wouldn’t spend much time stressing it. PreSonus and Focusrite both make great gear at a good price, and the sound quality differences between the two are going to be minimal for the average home recording enthusiast. All things considered, I’d spring for the two input interface (in either...
These remind me a bit of the Mr. Black Mini line at $99, in that you’re getting a nice sounding pedal with simple controls from a well-known boutique company at a fair price. What’s not to like?
And all things being equal, I prefer the larger enclosures here, though that reverb would have to be...
I kind of appreciate the audacity of the price, honestly. To state the obvious, these folks are not dumb, and didn’t randomly assign this price point to it without a lot of thought. They knew that the price point would be controversial and that both companies could face some blowback if the...
I’m guessing the answer is yes...and with the right execution and marketing, they could make a dent in the Strymon/Neunaber/Source Audio market for high-end reverb pedals. Those are some great sounding plugs.