After browsing through tons of threads about the LBB, T1M buffer, EP pres/ boosters (in all their varieties), and RC boosters, I haven't been able to figure out which pedal would act best in retaining the strength of my signal through my Rig. I play a 335 dot reissue with 10 ft of cable through a fuzz factory and TU-2, then 20 feet back to my racked voodoo labs bypass pedal switcher (little green wonder, CC, M13, etc), and final another 5 feet into my DC-30. With nearly 40 feet of cable I really need to make sure my tone doesn't sound weak (less concerned with loss of top end as the amp is so damn bright). I don't mind the TU-2 buffer, but I plan to pick up a turbo tuner and would like to weigh in on TGP's expert opinion. Would it be best to get a buffer or a boost/tone shaper? I definitely would like a fatter tone, as I use channel 2 of the DC-30 on the "bassiest" setting and its still could use a little fattening up. Could i use the RC or EP booster without pushing my amp into breaking up (basically at unity or slightly above)? I apologize for the long question, thank you for your time guys! To Clarify: I am interested in either a buffer or a tone altering "boost" as long as it won't force my amp to break up more or have a dramatic increase in volume.