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January 20, 2014 AT 12:00 am

This 8-Bit Harmonica is Made From an Old Famicon Cartridge

We here at Adafruit are big fans of chiptune music and this harmonica from basami sentaku is right up our alley. Via Technabob.

A few years ago we featured a harmonica crammed into a NES cartridge. YouTuber basami sentaku’s harmonica not only has a Famicom cartridge case, it produces 8-bit sound with the help of a sound chip from a NES. It also has a mode that plays the coin sound effect from Super Mario Bros. when you blow into it.

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