Dawner Prince Effects Announces Red Rox Distortion Pedal

Croatia-based Dawner Effects introduces the Red Rox distortion, which features a four-knob design and a Contour control.

Imotski, Croatia (October 25, 2013) -- Continuing the same tradition of manufacturing high end musical equipment, Dawner Prince Effects adds a new pedal to the product line.

Red Rox is a guitar effect pedal designed to deliver anything from pure clean tones all the way to a grease- melting distortion. Its unique controls add quite a tonal range and dynamics and enable it to match well with different types of amplifiers. It is fully professionally designed and handmade with audiophile quality components, incorporating True Bypass switching system - a pedal built to last.


  • 4-knob design including unique Contour control for huge flexibility and functionality
  • High end components for superb sound quality
  • No - wire smart PCB routing for whisper quiet operation
  • True Bypass switching system - preserving signal integrity when the effect is not engaged
  • 9v - 18v operation, standard DC input and battery power supply

MSRP: $197

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