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- Order number: 130481
Touell Skouarn's idea of a fiter is, as expected, pretty weird as it is based on an inductor. According to this unique design the sound is extraordinary and somewhere in between a phaser-ish band pass, distortion and a gnarly wahwah with a vintage character.
Even if the module is pretty simple it has LOTS of character. We find an input and one output level control and also a big cutoff controller. The small grey knob controls resonance. A cutoff CV input with attenuator is there as well but that's about CV control. Frequency behaviour is very dependent on the other parameters' settings.
This boutique module is hand-wired, has a beautful laser-etched perspex faceplate and the big cutoff knob is vintage. If we only knew what the breton name is supposed to mean...
|Power consumption +12V:||5|
|Power consumption -12V:||5|
Kala Goañv auf der Herstellerseite;http://www.touellskouarn.fr/catalog/item/kala-goanv-2;englische Bedienungsanleitung (pdf);http://www.touellskouarn.fr/files?task=callelement&format=raw&item_id=17&element=f85c494b-2b32-4109-b8c1-083cca2b7db6&method=download&args=7129109ddd6d43a1eef447a3392545dc
TouellSkouarn was founded in 2010 in Plougastel-Daoulas, near Brest. All modules and stompboxes are named in Breton language (brezhoneg) and are made by hand using discrete high-quality components aimed to distort and scream louder than the ocean waves washing the cliffs on the coast of Brittany, France.