mijknahs wrote:My first buffer was the CAE Peter Miller buffer back aroun 1996. Then I went to the EMG JG1 (no trim pot or switch). I loved that one for years until just recently I went to the Waldo TPC-1 which does sound different. Not as bright and a little more "woody" tone. I had to get used to it since I was used to my EMG but now I really like it and think the EMG is too bright.
TI4-1009 wrote:OK, here's a real basic buffer question. Just what does "buffer" mean? I know how it's used, why it's used, and what it looks like electrically (I have one right here on my desk- thanks Waldo!), but what does "buffer" mean in this case? Buffer like "to isolate between two things", or like when you buffer when you're playing a download to build up a supply of bits so you don't have to stop? Inquiring minds want to know.
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