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Dawner Prince Effects Introduces Diktator and Starla Pedals

Dawner Prince Effects have introduced two new pedals, the Diktator and the Starla.

Imotski, Croatia (March 25, 2013) -- Unveiling two new pedals, Dawner Prince Effects has imposed a new standard in the world of high-end class guitar effects.

Being fully professionally designed and hand built, each pedal offers long term reliability and studio sound quality in an appealing casing – durable powder coated and screen printed die-cast aluminium enclosure. Diktator is a two channel dirt box with a host of various tonal and gain options. Starla houses the most compact size, top sounding, all - feature tap tempo tremolo engine available today.


  • Extreme versatility and functionality in a compact design
  • Audiophile components for superb sound quality
  • Improved power supply filtering and smart PCB routing for whisper quiet operation
  • Microprocessor driven True Bypass relay switching system
  • 9v to 18v (high headroom) operation and standard DC input

Diktator Distortion / Preamp / Booster and Starla Tap Tempo Tremolo pedals carry suggested retail prices of $219.00 USD and $234.00 USD respectively.

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