Small German builder RandalePedale lately has started churning out some interesting creative pedals with a rather unique angle.
The Blossom Filter is a hybrid of autowah and tremolo, with tap tempo, a Peak knob that lets you set the wah’s frequency, a Multi(plier) button for shorter LFO cycles and multiple LFO shapes selectable through the Wave Set toggle and Shape knob.
The tremolo can be turned off through a second toggle switch.
Check out the video of the RandalePedale Blossom Filter, below.
The BLOSSOM FILTER is RANDALE PEDALE’s missing link between wah and tremolo.
The BLSSM FLTR delivers an abundant variety of waveforms to modulate the wah-type filter. Flick the TREMOLO SWITCH and combine the filter with a built in tremolo to add further choppiness.
From choppy square waves, rising or falling triangle waveforms to pulses and random waveforms, it’s all in the BLOSSOM.
Choose RATE to set the tempo for the modulation speed or tap it hands-free into the momentary TAP SWITCH with your foot. There is a convenient TAP-TEMPO MULTIPLIER to “tap” shorter note lengths.
The LEVEL control helps to adapt your effect volume to the desired line level. PEAK sets the maximum upper frequency of the filter for a more mellow to a brighter sound with clockwise rotation.