Strymon Guitar Effect
Strymon is an American manufacturer of audio equipment, originally called Damage Control Engineering. They are best known for their line of high-end guitar effects pedals which use a mixture of analog circuitry and digital signal processing. The company is based in Westlake Village, California, and manufactures products in the United States.
Under the Damage Control name, the company's product line included several guitar preamps, distortions, multi-effects, and delays that utilized tubes within the pedals themselves. The Strymon product line includes distortion, delay, reverb, chorus, flanger, and compressor pedals for the guitar.
Strymon co-founder Dave Fruehling is responsible for the digital systems behind the knobs and displays on Strymon effects and for the firmware architecture environment in which the sounds are created.