I think I was a bit misleading with that post. I love the feedback /sustain I have. When I got my first Pederson (abyss) 10 years ago . It was out of control but I am use to it now and use it to my advantage. I just mute the strings I don't want sustaining. I I can pretty much hold a single note for eternity. I was using a qsc and volume was in the back and hard to get at . So I would just turn up the sms gain. I just got an mc2200 today actally but I still don't want to be messing with my volumes too much . Sound guys hate me when I do that. My issue I suppose is more that its not cutting through the mix like the rosebud tribute . The highs kinda till off too quick when the rosebud every single note cuts through bright and clear . I also dontbknowbif I should be calling it feedback. It's more sustain but it will quickly turn into feedback if I let it. So it seemed to me that the buffer will make the guitar a bit more prominent . I'm just wondering if it would make it hotter and in turn harder to control. I figured you would answer this post and kinda give me a yay or nay . I'm not an electronics guy . I just try to play the guitar . I want my own sound , so u dont mind the hot hollobody sound but I also know that people are coming to see me cause they want yo hear simething that at least resembles Jerry .can you just give me the chip that makes me play and sound like jerry ??
but seriously , I feel like the buffer would help .