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Electric Guitar Effect Pedal

  • Reverb/Tremolo
  • 3 Different reverb versions: 60s, 70s and 80s reverb
  • 3 Different tremolo variations: Photo Tremolo (65'Style), Tube Tremolo, Harmonic Tremolo
  • Reverb and tremolo can be activated and adjusted individually
  • Store a second preset thanks to the Favorite Switch
  • Includes 9V power supply unit
Effect Types Tremolo
Item number 281669
329 €
All prices incl. VAT
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It sounds like a Strymon should.
Brusart 21.01.2021
You will find a lot of information about the Flint online. Most of it is objective, but literally everyone likes this pedal!
They are expensive, as are a lot of 'boutique' tremolo pedals these days so think twice if you really need both a tremolo AND a reverb in one.

Only consider the Flint if you need al the functions. Which is a lot for a relatively small package.

In my opinion the tremolo sounds superb, I control it with an expression pedal to make it more useful and 'more musical' on stage. The reverb sound isn't amazing at all. If you're using a always on reverb please consider a amp with a built in reverb tank. If you're using a lot of big experimental reverb sounds there are better and more diverse options for you.
I use it mainly for the tremolo but love the option of a reverb on my board whenever I'm stuck with a different amp without built in reverb!

Overall an absolute killer product wich will stay on my board for a long time!
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Very good, but not quite enough for my needs
Lövet 04.10.2021
This is a very popular pedal. Most people who buy it end their search for tremolos with the Flint. Not me. The overall quality is good. Everything is top notch except that it's not built as a tank. It feels a little delicate, in lack of a better word.

It's packed with features, stereo in/out (through special cable), expression in, secondary knob functions - it's all there. Three lovely sounding tremolos and three lovely sounding reverbs.

So why did I send it back? The lowest speed on the tremolo was too fast for me. This was a dealbreaker for me.
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Martin739 02.08.2013
I never used to be into tremolo, but another piece of kit I bought had it built in and I started to really enjoy the atmosphere it brought in. And around the same time I bought a high-quality amp that didn't have any reverb, and sounded cold as a result. So I needed a tremolo pedal and a reverb pedal. And then Strymon brought this out. The magazine reviews were good, so I took a risk, knowing that this was certainly not the cheapest way of getting those two effects.

But, if you can afford it, it's probably the best way. Both trem and reverb have three different voices. You'll probably quickly find which one you like best, but it's nice to have the choices there. And then the controls allow you to tweak the sounds to suit the song. There's a good range of sounds available, but even at the extremes they still sound good: I haven't find a single unpleasant sound in there.

Some of the hidden controls are a bit fiddly (press this button while powering on and then turn that knob, etc). But they open up a few other interesting sounds. The reverb->tremolo sound certainly gives quite a different feel by comparison with the regular tremolo->reverb sound.

The quality of the sounds is good, and the quality of the build is excellent. It just exudes a sense of being built properly.
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Price / quality......?
Pat A 07.12.2019
Good pedal for reverb and tremolo, easy to operate. Lots of different settings on the two small toggle switches for reverb and tremolo.
Yes, this is a high quality pedal but it is very, very expensive. If i'd have to get another i would not buy a Flint again but go for 2 smaller sized pedals that each do 1 thing each to perfectly serve my needs. 3 out of 5 score due to the fact that, to me, it lacks mojo, although it's hard to point out what caused this. Reader needs to be aware that i am saying this as a vintage fender reverb tank owner, so i might be somewhat spoiled as far as reverb concerns.
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