SKYLAR

REVERB

Input / Output

Skylar supports both mono and stereo input/output. Mono connection is made using standard TS patch cables while stereo connections is made via TRS patch cables (a splitter-Y cable may be needed).

External control

A multi-purpose jack provides connection to an expression pedal or tap-tempo pedal.

Expression pedal input enables expressive control over the reverbs’ parameters, and the external tap-tempo can be used to control the tremolo speed in the Tremble algorithm.

Algorithms

  • Spatium

  • Shimmer

  • Plate

  • Tremble (tremolo-reverb with tap-tempo)

About the Product

Skylar packs four quintessential GFI System’s reverb algorithms into a compact pedal that is straightforward and easy to use. Intuitive user interface coupled with an LCD screen makes it a breeze to navigate through Skylar’s vast sonic pallete and features.

Specification

Key Features

  • Input impedance    : 1 MOhm.  

  • Output impedance : 1K Ohm.      

  • DAC / ADC resolution : 24 bits. 

  • Current consumption : ~110 mA.

  • Weight : 0.6 Kg (1.6 lbs).

  • Dimension : 12 (L) x 7.2 (W) x 5.5 (H) cm

  • Power source : 9VDC (negative center) - not supplied.

  • 4 select reverb algorithms.

  • 2 presets

  • Analog dry-through

  • 4 knobs with button

  • Intuitive interface with LCD screen.

  • Mono / Stereo input and output.

  • Expression pedal and tap-tempo input.

  • Momentary action supported.

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