The upgraded version features both standard and harmonic tremolo modes.

Lititz, PA (May 30, 2019) -- Do you love those little fuzzies floating on a summer breeze? Flower Pedals has taken the popular Dandelion Tremolo and added more features while keeping the same analog circuitry.

The Dandelion is feature rich in a small package. It features both standard and harmonic tremolo, along with 3 voicings for the harmonic mode. Controls are available for Boost, Depth, Speed, and Shape. An extra footswitch is available for tap tempo as well as ramping.


  • 4 waveforms (ramp, triangle, sine, and square) that are continuously variable in between
  • Dual mode for bouncing between 2 different speeds
  • Tap tempo with 4 tap divisions
  • Hold footswitch for ramping up or down to specified speed
  • Secondary controls accessible via holding footswitch
  • Soft relay switching with switchable default on or default off
  • Extra jack for expression control or external tap

For more information and demo videos or to buy a Dandelion, go to The Dandelion is available for purchase both on the Flower Pedals website and for $249 plus free shipping in the U.S.

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