#3
It probably is possible, I would love to hear some techno on a guitar.

I doubt you would be able to get it to sound exactly like that, but if you think like Tom Morello and mess around with a lot of effects you might be able to do it.
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#5
It's possible, I got that tone at college using a bitcrusher, light open wah, heavy compression and adjustable pre gain
You could also look into the Roland guitar synth pedal
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#6
thanks Demonkik, gonna go look up the pedal, so eager to try out how it would sound/
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#7
get a moog pedal for your guitar.
MM Stingray
MIA P Bass
MIM Jazz Bass
GK 700RB-II Head
GK 410SBX Cab
Sansamp 3 Ch. DI
Crybaby Bass Wah
Bass Big Muff
DD3 Delay

MIA Strat
Nashville Tele
Martin 00015M
Hot Rod Deluxe
Big Muff
DS1
Hendrix Crybaby Wah
#8
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thanks Demonkik, gonna go look up the pedal, so eager to try out how it would sound/

No problem, most of those effects I just pulled straight from Cubase and Reason with a guitar DI'ed to it, but the pedal would be easier to use and you'd have a lot of other options and sounds
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#9
Mid-Fi Electronics Glitch Computer could help you get the T0n3z of that one fast thing. otherwise it just seems a little silly. get a drummachine Fruity Loops For The Boy!