#1
I would like to have a nes/old video game like pedal made!!!
but my budget is $50~70 AT MOST....I realize its not alot but I hope someone is willing to work with me to make it the cheapest I can afford...I would greatly appreciate it........but if i think the pedal price is worth it I might be willing to pay more...

In return for helping me fit my budget I would probably end up going to you for pedals OFTEN whenever I can, especially if your pedals were good and fit the tone I was looking for


but anyways like I have other pedals want made in my mind, but just need to save so just email me at "nos52070323@gmail.com" for MUCH faster response, and we can discuss things, or comment here or PM me

Thank You!! :]
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#4
Quote by guy_tebache
maybe she means like a bit crunching pedal? an 8 bit sounding fuzz or something?


yeah ive never bought or used this type of pedal so im not sure what its called exactly, but like you know those OLD nes video games? a pedal that makes that sort of effect sound so i guess like an 8-bit
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#5
Quote by nos0323
yeah ive never bought or used this type of pedal so im not sure what its called exactly, but like you know those OLD nes video games? a pedal that makes that sort of effect sound so i guess like an 8-bit


the closest thing i could think that would make that sound is a fuzz pedal with the gain cranked
id love to build you one but dont have the time with work and school atm
but i heard of something called the legend of fuzz not sure how much it goes for but its made for exactly that
you could try looking intor it

well thats enough of me being helpful
#6
Quote by supersac
the closest thing i could think that would make that sound is a fuzz pedal with the gain cranked
id love to build you one but dont have the time with work and school atm
but i heard of something called the legend of fuzz not sure how much it goes for but its made for exactly that
you could try looking intor it

well thats enough of me being helpful


LOL well at least your trying to help and im thankful enough for that ^^

but no fuzz isnt what im looking for, im looking for like an 8-bit type of sound like this kind of old games lol --> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HnHGevlU8g
Yay for me being a girl guitarist

Current gear:
Ibanez RG350DX
Epiphone SG
Samick Fairlane Bass
Line 6 Pod XT live
Line 6 SpiderIV 15 watt amp


CHECK OUT MY YOUTUBE!!!
http://www.youtube.com/nos0323
#7
Quote by nos0323
LOL well at least your trying to help and im thankful enough for that ^^

but no fuzz isnt what im looking for, im looking for like an 8-bit type of sound like this kind of old games lol --> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HnHGevlU8g



love pokemon

ill
try to see if i can find something that can make that sound for a guitar relatively cheap
#8
Looks like your going to need a synth pedal or octave pedal like the POG?
"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." -George Santayana
#9
Quote by supersac
love pokemon

ill
try to see if i can find something that can make that sound for a guitar relatively cheap


thanks

and yups me too~
orignal pokemon are the best
Yay for me being a girl guitarist

Current gear:
Ibanez RG350DX
Epiphone SG
Samick Fairlane Bass
Line 6 Pod XT live
Line 6 SpiderIV 15 watt amp


CHECK OUT MY YOUTUBE!!!
http://www.youtube.com/nos0323
#10
what you would be looking for, is a variable gate fuzz.

typically i think silicon based fuzz would work best for you


i know of a few people who could maybe build this for you, message me.
#11
I think I might be able to make something for ya. Send me a message when you get a chance.
Chris

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