Building Mobius pedals! - Strymon

Building Mobius pedals!

We’ve been hard at work building Mobius pedals! We’re busy shipping out pre-orders to our North American customers, and will be making a large shipment to our international distributors in early January. Here are some photos of our recent activity:

Circuit boards complete!


Chassis anodized and ready to go.


Final assembly!


Audio testing and programming. Jorge keeping it real.


Just waiting for knobs.


Getting ready to box up!


About 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.

11 Responses

  1. Maegz says:

    First I thought I only had to have one just for the cool blue color. But then I heard the chorus and now I can’t wait to get mine! Can’t wait until they’re available here in Germany.

  2. Paul says:

    Nice, but you guys really need to make a fuzz pedal………please ??

  3. Brad Jackson says:

    Are these hand-wired point to point? 😉

  4. Chris says:

    Mine should be here this week. Keep up the great work guys and gals!

  5. Jamie Tyson says:

    Awesome post. I’m an electronics tech so it’s fun to see these things in process. Looking forward to a Mobius. Is it silly that I haven’t ordered yet because I’m hoping I’ll win the giveaway?

  6. Clay says:

    I work with a band that uses click tracks for everything and lots of pulse modulated effects are called for. However, it is difficult even with tap-tempo devices to keep tremolos, modulators, and choppers in sync for an entire song. There’s always a bit of time-drift. Looking forward to using MIDI control for the time synching.
    Merry Christmas!

  7. RW Hammond says:

    Mine arrived today. I am in LOVE with it.

  8. RMS says:

    This is one of the best modulation+ pedals ever made. I have this and the Timeline running stereo in my rig and it’s beyond awesome…

  9. Manuel Guerra says:

    I’ve received mine and had a couple of evenings to try it. To tell you the truth I’m no surprised that this is the epitome of awesomeness, coming from where it comes. No fillers in there, all these effects are highly usable and seriously good sounding. This is indeed a tool for professionals or for enthusiasts who really care about tone. It’s worth every penny, it’s not that big and it saves a lot of space on the pedalboard since a lot of pedals became surplus after this one came along… Lot’s of great features and full MIDI control, what else? I can only think of one thing that could be improved: you could have a Reverb machine to stand beside the timeline and the mobius with alike features…

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