Buffer…Tone Saver



We all know the problem that your individual pedals sound great but in a chain, you are not impressed at all. This buffer is the cure for weak guitar sound caused by using too many pedals. It solves capacitance problems by providing the ideal input and output impedance for your rig.
Just try it by putting it in your chain of pedals starting from the last 2 pedals. Listen to the sound and then move it to a different position….you will hear it immediately when this buffer solves a mismatch between 2 pedals causing you sound to loose body.
This is also the solution when you have a long guitar cable that affects your sound already before entering you first pedal.
Just a hint…….Wha pedals are known for their capacitance problems. Try this buffer between you Wha and your first next pedal to overcome this problem.
Works great on bass, too.

Input Impedance: 1M Ω
Output Impedance: 150 Ω
100% Analog Circuitry
True Bypass Switching
Dimensions: 94mm long x 39mm wide x 32mm high
Power: 9VDC, centre negative