I need to do something about the tone-suck my TU2 is causing. I was thinking of either saving up for a Peterson Strobostomp or getting an Axess BS2 and splitting the TU2 out of my signal path. The pros for the Strobo: improved tuning and True bypass: pros for the Axess BS2: about $55 less and a high quality buffer may help my entire rig sound better. Relevant info: I'm playing a Tele into a Vicky Bassman and my pedalboard consists of: Voodoo PP2,TU2, Homebrew CPR, Barber LTD, Keeley BD2, BYOC delay, and occasionally I'll add a Demeter Trem or a Keeley RAT2. As far as I know, all of these pedals are true bypass with the exception of the Boss TU2 and BD2. So whaddaya think? I'm primarily using this setup for playing live and wonder if I'll have enough time to fully take advantage of the Petersons accuracy. Or would the benefit of a good buffer (and cheaper too) be a more effective use of my cash? Thanks.