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Dr.J D-57 Armor Buffer and Boost Guitar Effects Pedal

Dr.J D57 - Dr.J D-57 Armor Buffer and Boost Guitar Effects Pedal - JOYO Guitar Effect Pedals by JOYO
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Dr.J D-57 Armor Buffer and Boost Guitar Effects Pedal

3 pedals in 1! With the Armor Buffer you get an input buffer, an output buffer and a 20db boost. When you use long cable runs, including patch cables between pedals, you will lose tone and dynamics from your signal. Even if your pedals are all true bypass. The tone and dynamics are lost due to the capacitance in the cables. The buffers are always on, they aren't' affected by the footswitch. The footswitch only affects the 20db clean boost, perfect for solo's or matching levels between different guitars.

 

The In buffer goes between your guitar and pedals. The Out buffer goes between your pedals and amp. By using the Armor Buffer you will not loose the tone, signal and dynamics of your sound no matter how long your cable runs.



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Mark Allum on 30/11/-0001
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After years of buying recommended True Bypass pedals I read about signal buffering. (those looking at using a wah with a fuzz will sympathise!) Looking at the market this is one of a handful offering output buffering as well as input, not to forget a switchable input boost to match.The price is perfect for the product, I tested it with 40ft of cable through 6 TB pedals vs just a 1ft cable. It restored the fullness and tone sucked out using the long chain. A must have for those looking to retain there amps tone

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