Midi capabilities would be cool. Especially the ability to turn on and off all of their pedals without needing an audio switcher, but just a controller. Still feel like the volume pedal would be the quickest hit.
I know the market is probably a lot smaller, but a rack mount strymon "rig killer" would be cool. But I couldn't even guess the price point to even get that justifiable for them to do.
I have no doubt that their next big project will be a reverb in the same format as the Timeline and Mobius. After that, they'll do a pitch manipulating pedal. There might be some smaller developments along the way.
I'd love to see a reverb unit that combines the best of the flint and the blue sky but I want it to be the smaller footprint and not the size of the timeline/mobius. Strymon can do so much with the smaller foot print and I really think less is more when it comes to verb. Give me the ability to do infinite 80's and shimmer in the same unit and I'm sold.
Put me down as another person hoping for a Timeline style reverb pedal. I have a Bluesky and even though I like it I don't find the shimmer all that great. I'd love to have a reverb pedal from Strymon with 100 presets and be able to customize the shimmer and modulation on various of the settings more to my taste. I can't see how these guys could fail with this one.
Why is it that Strymon gets so much future speculation compared to other companies rather than ZVEX,Empress....etc)?
Not that I care who comes out with a good product it just seems odd that it's focused on Strymon. They seem to take a long time to come out with a product anyhow. EHX comes out with new gear each year at NAMM.