strumminsix wrote:Okay, dude, here would be recipe for you:
First get a good tech.
Second, have a pair of hums that can be switched to single coil installed.
Then buy a buffer from Waldo to switch your signal to low impedance.
This will get you in the ball-park.
i agree strummin and appreciate the plug, as you well know there are plenty more aspects that need to get there also, such as amp and speakers. jer perferred the fender ab763 preamps of course modded and Jbl K or E -120 speakers. the buffer is just a piece of the puzzle, but you are right on in it being a place to start.
when you buffer your guitar you put a 9 volt and a preamp circuit in it. and when you plug your guitar in, it switches the whole thing on. and off when you remove it. so it becomes a part of your signal, always. the signal switches from a high impedance to low impedance. this eliminates any tone loss from cables which have a capacitance and a resistance. the capacitance and resistance ultimately rob your tone. the buffer is put as close to the pickups so that you get the truest signal from them to the amp combo or preamp.
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