The Dawner Prince Viberator is in stocks
Croatian boutique manufacturer Dawner Prince Effects announces the availability of their Viberator vibrato and chorus effect for guitar.
Viberator has been introduced at Winter NAMM this year, but we had to wait until September to finally hear and touch it.
The effect is inspired by the Uni-Vibe pedal, with true stereo configuration and extra controls for modern guitar players.
The circuit of the Viberator is fully analog and you’ll find two inputs and outputs, a switch for vibrato or chorus and three knobs for Intensity (in Vibrato mode this knob adjusts the detuning), Speed (with a wider range than the original Uni-Vibe) and waveform (from perfectly symmetrical sine to distorted waves, this feature also allows for creating news effects like a phaser). Each output has its own volume control.
Another Vintage/Modern switch allows for activating the original Uni-Vibe circuit for a warmer and a bit darker sound, or enabling a FET buffer for a clearer and more modern sound. The latter option can then be adjusted with a Bright control.
Inside the pedal, Dawner Prince included gain, offset and Lazy adjustments. Gain and Offset affect the internal light bulb that acts on the photocells to change the sweep.
Last, you can connect an expression pedal to control the speed of the effect.
The Viberator includes a true bypass switch and is 9-16V powered. It is available now for $299.95. Visit dawnerprince.com for more info.
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