Boutique manufacturer Flower Pedals have revealed the latest in the range – the Dandelion Tremolo V2. It begins with the sound that you might expect, but ends with something much deeper.
The Dandelion Tremolo V2 embodies those little fuzzies floating on a summer breeze. With variations on the harmonic and standard tremolo, there’s surprising depth in this small package.
Aside from the controls that you would expect in a tremolo device, namely speed and depth, there’s ample opportunity to explore modulated textures.
There’s a waveshape knob for dialling in smooth undulation, right up to square wave choppiness. There’s also a tap tempo switch for syncing the waves to the music.
In dual tremolo mode, the speed of the wave is varied back and forth between two different speeds. By dialling in the speed, then locking down the hold switch, the secondary speed function is unlocked. Then you can dial in a second wave speed for intricate rhythmic effects.
For more info, visit the Flower Pedals website.