Meris unveil the LVX stereo modular delay pedal

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Meris unveil the LVX stereo modular delay pedal

Words by Cambell Courtney

One of the most advanced and customisable delays on the market right now

The new LVX pedal from Meris is shaping up to be one of the most advanced and customisable delays to ever hit the market.

What you need to know:

  • New Meris LVX may be one of the most advanced and customisable delay pedals to ever be released
  • Next gen ARM processors are capable of handling extreme delays with ease. Allowing for total control over the signal chain.
  • To be released in 2022, available for preorder now

Read all the latest product news here.

Meris is calling it a stereo modular delay pedal, due to the advanced customisation of the signal chain that the LVX provides.

Along with the basic face plate controls that can be found on any typical delay pedal, the LVX features an LCD screen with a graphic interface. The graphic interface uses an interesting ‘bubble’ UI in order to streamline the advanced editing process.

By separating components into individual bubbles, users are able to easily navigate the deep editing in a way that is far less intimidating and user friendly than with similar products, making the ‘menu dive’ far easier with graphic responses to adjusted parameters. The graphic interface is navigated by an additional three knobs, two of which are assignable per preset for control over deeper options from the face plate. 

The LVX utilises a ‘next generation ARM processor’, making it the most powerful delay on the market, capable of a wide variety of delays with extensive customisation on just about any parameter.

Any sort of effect or modulation can be placed anywhere in the signal chain, as well as separate parameters for each left and right channel, on top of internal modulation sources such as LFO’s, envelope generators and sequencers. The effects section borrows from other high end Meris pedals such as the filter from the Enzo and the Phaser from the Polymoon, and also includes a 60-second looper and tuner. 

The customisation of the signal chain goes so deep that we haven’t even scratched the surface of what the LVX is capable of. Although certainly aimed at highly experienced players, there really isn’t anything else in the market that can compete with the LVX, and certainly not in its price range.

It is priced at $599 USD and is available for preorder now.

Head to Meris for more information. For local enquiries, reach out to Studio Connections.