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Dawner Prince - Starla Tremolo

We took a challenge and went a step further by designing the most compact size, top sounding, all-feature tap tempo tremolo effect pedal nowadays!

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We took a challenge and went a step further by designing the most compact size, top sounding, all-feature tap tempo tremolo effect pedal nowadays!

Starla is a synthesis of two precisely combined electronics. It is a superb sound quality analog tremolo controlled by a versatile digital tap tempo microprocessor via optical technology – a light source and photocell.


On minimum settings, Starla can be used as a signal booster. Increasing the depth control, increases the tremolo effect in your signal; from light shimmering, through mild transparent-traditional, all the way to a deep swings and ‘machine gun-like’ sounds. Thanks to a huge depth range, this tremolo is able to chop up any signal sent in or out of it. It is very useful when put in front of high gain amps or pedals as it can cut the sound down to a dead silence.

There are 3 ways to set the speed of the tremolo effect: by using a speed knob, tap tempo footswitch or control voltage/remote tap switch via Sync port. Speed is affected by the position of the Multiplier (1/3/2) toggle switch. If the Multiplier switch is set at a higher rate, speed knobs sweep will change as well.

Starla utilizes eight different waveforms, including a random one. Combining every waveform with Duty trim potentiometer produces numerous wave shapes for you to explore. Duty trimmer pot modifies the duty cycle of all waveforms except Random.

We added volume control for two reasons: first to avoid a noticeable drop in volume when effect is engaged, which is a problem most tremolos have, and second to be able to use Starla as an excellent volume booster without adding any distortion to the signal when Depth control is on minimum setting.

Sync port
This port allows Starla to communicate with other devices. Depending on how the internal jumper is set up (remove the backplate to reach the jumper), Starla can send control signal to synchronize other devices to its’ LFO rate or it can accept control signal to be synchronized by other devices. It can also accept remote tap foot switch.

Tap tempo
Starla’s tap tempo microprocessor calculates tempo by taking the last two user taps so it plays in sync with your music. You can also choose different tap to tremolo rate ratios using 1/3/2 Multiplier switch: 1:1, 1:2 and 1:3. Once a tempo has been tapped in, Multiplier switch serves as an in-time speed control.

True bypass
Starla Tap Tempo Tremolo is equipped with microprocessor driven true bypass relay switching system. Holding down Status footswitch during the power up allows you to preset whether the effect powers up in effect-on or effect-bypass mode.

We are very proud of our Starla™ Tap Tempo Tremolo effect pedal and we believe it will inspire you to be even more creative in making music! Enjoy!

Technical Specifications:

Power Input Voltage: 9 – 18V (powersupply not included)
Power input connector: 5.5mm/2.1mm barrel connector (Negative tip)
Power Consumption: ~ 30mA
Size: 4.4” x 2.3”

Additional Information

Brand Dawner Prince


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Customer Reviews

  • Rating
    Ein sehr gutes Tremolo-Pedal!
    Review by Rüdiger(on 11/27/2018)
    Das Pedal bietet viele Wellenformen, und alle klingen gut. Die Geschwindigkeit lässt sich flexibel mit dem Speed-Regler oder auch während des Spielens mit dem Tap-Taster einstellen. Wenn das Gitarrensignal mit Tremolo zu leise erscheint, kann man mit dem Volume-Regler nachhelfen. Das Pedal klingt in allen Einstellungen gut. Das "Starla Tremolo" ist stabil, einwandfrei verarbeitet und schick gestaltet. Da bleiben keine Wünsche offen.
    Wenn man die Ausstattung und die Qualität betrachtet, ist der Preis vertretbar. Die von mir bisher gespielten Tremolo-Pedale, die weniger kosten, können da nicht mithalten.
    Doch halt: Auf meinem Pedalboard habe ich eigentlich Pedale lieber im Hoch- als im Querformat, aber das ist eher Geschmacksache und kein ernsthafter Kritikpunkt.