Putting the finishing touches on Lex…

Working on Lex

About Ethan Tufts
Ethan Tufts Ethan Tufts is Strymon’s marketing guy and noisemaker. He spends most of his time using loopers and drenching everything in delay. He has owned 29 cars and is actively looking for his 30th.

8 Responses

  1. brooke says:

    totally leslie! brown box gives it away!
    thank you guys!

  2. brooke says:

    ps-slow/fast button on left!
    can’t wait!

  3. brooke says:

    pardon my logging of guessingon your blog…
    five jacks on back, stereo + expression pedal…

    leslie + expression pedal = LEX!

  4. brooke says:

    two other hints given:

    the “rotary” phone…”rotary” speaker = leslie!

    5 jacks on back. stereo + expression pedal
    leslie + expression pedal = LEX!

    i’m so stoked for this!

  5. KennyG says:

    My favorite part? The old-school rotary phone on the right!

  6. Paul Marr says:

    So is this in fact a rotary speaker pedal? I can imagine that if you gentelmen of Strymon are making it it will sound fantastic and dominate the market. I am very impressed with the constant quality of sound and build of your product line. Can’t wait to hear it.

  7. John says:

    One thing I’m hoping for in this would be the ability to “stop” the virtual “horn” facing forward.

    Yeah, real Leslie’s don’t do that, I’m well aware, but it would be a great feature for a guitarist (not so much needed for keyboards).

  8. Ron BluesGang says:

    Looking forward to hearing some audio clips of organs – Hammond B3, clones.
    Hoping you can give the “Ventilator” a real run for the money 🙂

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