Crazy Horse and Buffers

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by ArtDecade, May 9, 2016.

  1. ArtDecade

    ArtDecade Supporting Member

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    I use a Radial Switchbone to control two amps live - one is cleanish and the other is distorted/crunchy. Sometimes, I can't drive the dirty amp as loud as I would like and was considering buying a Crazy Horse for use on those occasions. Since the Switchbone is buffered, will the Crazy Horse be usable in this setup? I haven't found any threads mentioning how this particular pedal reacts to buffers.
     
  2. deadlands

    deadlands Member

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    I've had no issues with buffers before the Crazy Horse. It's not a germanium fuzz and I believe the circuit runs overdrive before the fuzz anyway.
     

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