A rotary speaker pedal inspired by David Gilmour's legendary tone.
The Dawner Prince Electronics Pulse pedal is all about those classic swirling, rotary speaker tones we associate with Jimi Hendrix and David Gilmour.
Dawner Prince managed to squeeze the tone of these massive speaker cabinets in a compact pedal.
It’s all in there: a realistic, 3D sound that swirls as the speaker accelerates and reproduces exact spatial modulation and the feel of air moving with every spin!
Pulse was inspired by David Gilmour's legendary Doppola and Gibson’s Maestro Rover RO-1 rotary speaker.
David Gilmour used these rare units on 1994’s The Division Bell.
Pulse includes a stereo outputs and an independent mix control that mixes the dry signal and wet signals.
An expression pedal input lets you control the speed continuously.
The Inertia knob sets the amount of time it takes to switch from slow through to fast setting.
The rest of the controls are almost all self-explanatory (Slow Speed, Fast Speed, Distance and Mix).
Dawner Prince Electronics Pulse Pedal features:
• Authentic Doppola / Maestro Rover RO-1 revolving speaker emulator.
• Stereo outputs for realistic three-dimensional sound image.
• Mix control mixes wet and dry unprocessed signal from the preamp.
• Expression input lets you adjust the speed control on the fly.
• New TRS Stereo Input and Stereo Outputs.
• True Bypass.
• Power: 9V DC.
• Power Draw: 70mA.
• Size: 4.4" x 2.3".
|Power supply included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year|
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