Strymon Song Elements – Zelzah Multidimensional Phaser, El Capistan, blueSky

Welcome to episode two of Strymon Song Elements, where we utilize Strymon pedals to create a short song and highlight the different sounds found in Strymon pedals! In this second installment of our video series, we feature the latest addition to the Strymon family, Zelzah Multidimensional Phaser!

We also feature El Capistan, blueSky, and Iridium all working alongside each other to show how Zelzah seamlessly interacts with different kinds of effects.

Whether it’s to add a lush texture to an electric piano or synth, or to add a layer of movement and modulation to distorted guitars, this latest episode showcases Zelzah’s versatility.

Check it out below and stay tuned for more Song Elements videos! 🙂

We hope that with this series we can help inspire you with different ideas for using your Strymon pedals across every part of your music, from guitars and bass to synths and more!

If you have questions about these or any other Strymon products, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at [email protected].

Have an idea for a blog or a question about Strymon, our products, or effects in general? Let us know in the comments below!

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