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I'm looking for an effects pedal that imitates the sound of a NES video game. I'M NOT looking for a fuzz pedal. Play notes by picking the strings at the 12th fret to get an idea of the sound I am looking for. Any pedals sound badass like that?
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#2
Mid-fi glitch computer (and another mid-fi pedal or two, I believe).

Your cheapest option is an MXR Blue Box, I can get good 8 bit sounding stuff with it, but it's still not as satisfying as something like the mid-fi would be.
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yes? I dunno? I would put more pedals in there but my valve jr's 8 inch speaker started doing some funky things after the 7th feedback loop.

How are your 4/4 songs coming? Why are you even posting in this thread? Your 18 years old. you don't even know what 8-bit is.
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I'm looking for an effects pedal that imitates the sound of a NES video game. I'M NOT looking for a fuzz pedal. Play notes by picking the strings at the 12th fret to get an idea of the sound I am looking for. Any pedals sound badass like that?


there are a number of options. i use a plug-in for garageband called 'bit crusher', but there are a number of companies that release pedal versions of the same type of effect. i immediately recall WMD's geiger counter pedal, i just found out hexe does a bit crusher as well.

but to get the real NES video game sound, you'd need a keyboard. this is obvious, but i thought i might mention it if your goal is more to capture those NES sounds more than to capture those NES sounds on guitar
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