Buffer question:

iama

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Finally. You'd think I was new... Thanks for the help.

My working man's, meat and potatoes board. Will a buffer help this rig?

wah - polytune - roctary - trouble - riot - micro chorus - carbon copy - flashback - Vibratrem - HOF

 

poolshark

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Just use the buffered mode on your Polytune. Solid quality, and the placement is already where you want it.

Edit: Oops, j/k. Looks like only the Polytune 3 comes with a buffer. I know your Flashback has the option, but it's a little late in your chain. Bottom line, a buffer would make a difference in that rig. Whether it's worth upgrading to a Polytune 3 to move the buffer up a few spots is up to you. IMO, it is.
 
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blackba

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Finally. You'd think I was new... Thanks for the help.

My working man's, meat and potatoes board. Will a buffer help this rig?

wah - polytune - roctary - trouble - riot - micro chorus - carbon copy - flashback - Vibratrem - HOF

Is your wah true bypass? If not I would address that, non true bypass ways are known tone suckers.
 
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DaveKS

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I believe all are true bypass.
Take your wah out of chain, if sound improves then it's probably hardwire bypass and not true bypass. Just because wah is not buffered does not mean it's really "true" bypass.
 




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