Your chance to win a Brigadier dBucket Delay!

Congratulations to Jonathan Larsen of Pittsburg, CA! You’re the new owner of a Brigadier dBucket Delay.

Enter to win a Brigadier dBucket DelayNow’s your chance to win a brand new Strymon Brigadier dBucket Delay effects pedal. No purchase necessary to enter or win. The winner will be chosen randomly from the list of qualified entrants. The contest ends February 7, 2011. Ok, go!

The rules:

  • Enter the contest form below.
  • That’s it!

The prize:


A shiny new Strymon Brigadier dBucket Delay pedal! ($299 value)

The terms:

Enter the contest below:

Congratulations to Jonathan Larsen of Pittsburg, CA! You’re the new owner of a Brigadier dBucket Delay.

Learn more about Brigadier

Owen over at Gearwire recently put four Strymon pedals through their paces. Check out his demo of Brigadier:

Gearwire.com Video Demo — Brigadier dBucket Delay

Check out a couple of our Brigadier demo videos:

11 Responses

  1. I have a blueSky and I love it. It inspires me to play different types of music because of the capabilities it has. I love the sound of a strat with single coils going through the blueSky and a delay pedal into a clean amp. I played your demo videos to a friend and he bought one also.

  2. I won one of these back in the summer, and it’s a great pedal–so as tempting as it is to enter again, and win a second one–I’ll sit this one out, but encourage you all to enter.

  3. Wow! This is the most amazing delay pedal I’ve ever seen/heard…
    The interesting point about Strymon’s pedals is that you can play and create WHATEVER sound you want to have.
    I hope I’ll be lucky enought this time to win!
    (Excuse my english by the way I’m French…)

  4. what’s the schematics for the thing above the brigadier? bank up, tap tempo, depth (mod?) another awesome delay? with presets????!!!!

  5. I currently use a BlueSky and an El Capistan… These effects are blow everyones mind, even with a couple basic chords and whole notes… hoping to win a Brigdier I’ve tried it out at a guitar shop… amazing

  6. Always use a good delay pedal. Never heard of these guy’s before until I seen it on the Guitars Canada Forum

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