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JHS Mini Buffer

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Asylum, May 16, 2011.

  1. Asylum

    Asylum Active Member

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    Tell me why I should get it....

    Any other great buffers out there?
     
  2. The Kid

    The Kid Member

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    T1M Mini Buffer
     
  3. fatsound77

    fatsound77 Member

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    They both are pretty simple basic buffers. I believe T1M is just the GGG discrete circuit and the JHS is an GGG IC circuit. Simple and do the job, but no tweakability to mate them well with different rigs. The buffer in my thru-tone ernie ball is the best sounding one I have played yet. Dunno if he builds them stand alone or not though.
     
  4. phishead5941

    phishead5941 Member

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    I didn't like the JHS mini buffer. I actually like the buffer in my boss dd7 delay better and the buffer in my HOF reverb also sounds better. By better, I mean they don't color the sound at all basically, whereas the JHS mini buffer did something funky to the high end frequencies. I had my buddy who has great ears listen to it and he noticed the alteration in sound also. We both preferred the other buffers.
     
  5. dmw319

    dmw319 Member

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    +1 for the T1M buffer
     
  6. SSol28

    SSol28 Member

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    where in the chain is a good spot for a buffer?
     
  7. Rocksully

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    T1M buffer is great.
    Also, I really like using the Cusack More Louder as a buffer, then can kick it into a volume boost as well.
     

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