I am glad to help people do things, I can make buffers too, but the thing is there is a bunch of ways you can make those too. Each
one sounds different, all based off one of two core circuits, transistor or chip, but the circuit can be super confusing when you have to decide values and placement to replicate an actual Garcia buffer with the right chip amp.
I would never post public to make things due to the fact people here make money off their wares here, but guys that want to learn, like waldo years ago, Hogan years ago, me years ago, all others that want to be able to be their own tech, I think sharing information privately is just fine. It is how all of us learned, if not some things found out by trial and error, but none the less help was given.
I think its great that people can make these things, but respect should be given on the public boards to people that do this for a living and also help us out here when we ask for information. Just my opinion and my belief in being kind to your neighbor. Remember this, All things we make money on has to at least be doubled if not more in the market place to make it worth while. We all have to make money to live.
The lucky thing is, most people would like to pay the extra money for a well made piece than something they know they would do a sloppy beginners job. As for a buffer, yes ten bucks of stuff, but 60 dollars in knowledge, frustration, and solder burns. Some things are easier that others to make. If you want to try your hand at a buffer, look them up on line. BUT, it won't be a replica Garcia buffer, only people that can decipher from distant photos the values and amp chip, plus a few trial and error attemps can tell you this info. I think that is only Waldo at this point.