Say your signal is: guitar > 10’ cable > Diamond compressor (true bypass) > Digitech Whammy 5 (true bypass) > TC Polytune 3 (true bypass / buffer) > Fulltone Clyde (true bypass) > Fulltone Fat-Boost 3 (true bypass) > Dawner Prince Boonar (true bypass / trails mode) > EHX Deluxe Memory Man (bucket brigade device BBD) > Keeley Compressor/Limiter GC-2 (true bypass) > amp To limit tone loss: Where would you put your tuner (with buffer)? Would you move the booster to the end of the chain? Writing about the FB-3, Mike Fuller said, "It makes up for all the tone loss that (even True-Bypass) pedals impart to your sound, especially if you‘re like me and have a lot of pedals on your pedalboard.". I am also considering a Fulltone 2B, again Mike F. wrote, "the 2B unity-gain JFET amp buffers your signal when the pedal is turned OFF...and when the 2B is turned ON". Do you think a 2B should be a better alternative to a Fat-Boost 3? Thanks!