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In other words, what does that mean? In concrete, what should I do?
Look at the recent "Strobostomp" thread here....in there is posted a diagram of how to get rid of the pop with a resistor to ground, but it needs to be on the circuit side (meaning attached to the input of to the delay, NOT in play when bypassed)...
This is the post...read a little before and after (or go to the site it points to...I think Stinkfoots site has this info).
Thanks for the link.
In the diagram, is bridging the two pins of the switch as shown that gets rid of the pop?
Having a buffer helps to preserve highs not take them away. True bypass will suck down more highs than having a buffer. Don't confuse buffered pedals with old MXR/EH style pedals with are neither true bypass nor buffered.It's because I'm a stupid perfectionist, and I tought that making it true bypass would have restored highs and presence to the sound.
And while that's true, maybe it was better to leave the pedal stock, because the pop noise is disappointing.