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Strymon at NAMM 2015!

We’re excited to announce that Strymon will be attending the 2015 NAMM show!  This will be the first-ever Strymon booth at NAMM, and we’re excited for this opportunity to connect with our customers, fans, and dealers.




The NAMM show runs from January 22 – 25 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA.  The Strymon booth will be located at 1735 Hall E (you can find us on the map here).

Our booth is equipped with six demo stations featuring a varied spread of Strymon effects.  Guitars will be available at every demo station, and we’ll have a synth and a bass available for use as well.

In addition to jamming at the demo stations, we’d love for you to come introduce yourselves and just hang out!  All of us will be wearing Strymon shirts and easy to spot, so we’d love to spend some time chatting with you about gear, music, art, or anything else that comes up!

Hope  to see you there! We look forward to making our first NAMM show a special one.

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9 Responses

    1. @Steve – We don’t plan on a new version of the Mobius pedal, however, we do plan on providing firmware updates for the Mobius and our other MIDI equipped pedals in the future.

  1. Congrats on the first NAMM!! I always dream of going there once! Also wonderful products. And the pics are so nice!! Good Lucky on NAMM and take more Pics!!Always ur big fans!!

  2. Hello guys, I was wondering why you always have a damage control pedal in your demo-stations, every time that I see a photo, I see one of them.

    Thank you for your great effort to help us make our music better.

    Patrick Olivier

  3. @Patrick – so sorry for the delay in responding here! We designed and built the Damage Control pedals before we started Strymon. The tubes sound great, which makes them very useful for recording, and the cabinet simulation makes them perfect for use with headphones. Hope this helps 🙂

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