Dawner Prince Effects Releases the Viberator

A stereo version of the vintage phase shifter with a number of modern options.

Imotski, Croatia (September 25, 2014) -- Adding versatility for modern guitar players while preserving vintage tonal character, Dawner Prince Effects company breathes a new life to the old Uni-Vibe effect.

Viberator is the premium, stereo version of the vintage phase shifter with a number of modern options. Utilizing all analog circuitry in a very compact design, Viberator impeccably delivers all those deep, natural and watery phase and shivering vibrato sounds.

Features:

  • Stereo outputs with separate volume controls for true rotating speaker simulation
  • Unique Symmetry control for altering the shape of an LFO waveform
  • Expression pedal input for external speed control
  • True bypass switching system with bi-colour flashing status LED
  • Very compact design
  • Standard 9V DC power requirements

Viberator Stereo Vibe carries $299.95 USD MAP price and can be purchased from Dawner Prince Effects directly and from authorized international dealers.

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