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Godlyke, Inc. is excited to announce the release of the TWA Triskelion Mk III. The Mk. III combines features of all previous versions of the Triskelion in a smaller, pedalboard-friendly chassis.
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The circuit is based on the uber-rare Systech Harmonic Energizer.

Clifton, NJ (November 6, 2015) -- Godlyke, Inc. is proud to announce the release of the TWA TK-02 Triskelion Mk II. The Triskelion is a variable-state bandpass filter with adjustable Gain. The filter’s Q can also be adjusted from very wide to extremely steep to create harmonic focus in a narrow frequency band.

The Triskelion’s specially designed filter can create glassy clean tones, boost midrange for throaty solos, or tune your rig to any room for a wall of singing, resonant feedback. Massive amp sounds, explosive lead-breaks, infinite sustain, and downright nasty, energy-intense tones are just a few of the uses for the Triskelion – the possibilities are limitless.

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An expanded and modernized take on the Colorsound Dipthonizer filter.

In the late ’70s, Colorsound briefly produced an envelope-controlled formant filter called the Dipthonizer. The effect’s vocal-sounding vowels and diphthongs provide an animated sonic conversation with hints of phasing, wah, and talk box interplay. Originals are rare, so pedal pushers have produced clones of the endangered effect. One such gadget is TWA’s Little Dipper 2.0 with an analog circuit and some new additions, including a bass boost and expression-pedal support.

Across the Galaxy
Like the first-generation Little Dipper, the 2.0 version has a sparkly, midnight-blue finish. When you connect the 9V adapter (there’s no battery option), a constellation of LEDs lights up. Input and output jacks are on the right-hand side of the box, with the expression-pedal input and power adaptor on the left.

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