jdsmodulus wrote:SOLD!!!! check your PMs thanks Waldo!
BuddhaG wrote:Do you think the buffer would fit in the cavity of an Epi LP Standard? Has anyone bought one of your buffers for a LP?
strumminsix wrote:Ever considering popping one in a small box for non- JG guitar types?
waldo041 wrote:strumminsix wrote:Ever considering popping one in a small box for non- JG guitar types?
SS, i have done these, but am currently researching the powder coating and screen printing end of this. the ones i have done in the past were merely labelled custom jobs, but fully functional. i have also done them with the effects loop and for use with a remoted 25k ernie ball volume pedal. on pete b's we just did the volume knob. here are a couple examples.
Installation complete and everything works perfectly. If anyone ever inquires, Yes the TCP-1 does wonders for a Gibson ES-335. Both pickups are crisp and clean and very responsive. I rarely ever played my bridge pickup because of it's shallow twangy sound. Not anymore. This TCP-1 has brought a whole new life to this guitar. -- Bryan, TX
I installed the TCP1 buffer in my guitar yesterday and am EXTREMLY pleased! Hard to describe the subtle difference between it and the CB1 I removed, but your description of "transparent" is dead on. It just seemed to smooth out the sound in a way that is almost non detectable to an untrained ear, but as the owner and player of the guitar, it is those very subtle changes that I hear plain as day!! . Middle pickup is definately sweeter. A great upgrade for me!! -- Quakertown, PA
the buffer is in. I routed a big cavity under the tele's pickguard to fit the buffer without any alteration, pure Tiger. This is the most neutral and invisible buffer I've ever used. Very transparent. Years ago I used a Blaster, and it was very gritty and crisp with that jfet and tantalum tone. My recent home made buffer was made with a single discrete transistor as an emitter follower using some fairly colored cap's, and it sounded really good, but imparted a bit of brightness and character. Your (Jerry's) buffer is extremely clean and neutral. I like that. It gets me back to the pure and natural sound of the pickups themselves. Very cool. Great work and thanks again!! -- ST.Louis, MO
Very interested in a pedal. I rotate between 2-4 guitars a night this would make taming my q-tron easy and open up some tone options.
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