#1
So basically I'm looking for a pedal that will essentially enable me to reduce the sample rate of my signal, giving it a super nintendo- / atari-esque sound. Does anybody around here have any experience with stuff like this? Any recommendations? 

Thanks in advance,

Matt
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#2
I've had some limited experience with bitcrushers before, but to me they just sound like butt. The closest thing to a bitcrusher that I find actually musically useful are the LFO step filters on the Subdecay Starlight MKII Flanger, that allow you to create glitchy, low-fi flange effects that can sound rather bitcrusher-y on more extreme settings.

I haven't done much research into dedicated bitcrushers, but one I can think of looking at would be the Mooer LowFi Machine.
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#3
T00DEEPBLUE That's definitely something I'll take a look at, thanks
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DiMarzio Evolution HSH
Ibanez RG927WBBZ-TGF
DiMarzio Evolution 7 & DiMarzio LiquiFire 7
Peavey Valve King 112, Peavey Vypyr 15
Harley Benton NG-100, Ibanez Weeping Demon

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#4
they do sound like ass but maybe that's what you are going for. i love bit crushers
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#5
Besides that one, ones to consider would be the WMD Geiger Counter (both versions), Digitech's Dirty Robot, IdiotBox's Death Ray Frequency Mangler, and the Dwarfcraft Happiness or Gears pedals, to name a few.
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