I have answered every one of your emails! And in those i have explained and sent an additional strat layout to you. The instructions show that the Output Jack is a TRS, just like Jeff Mattson's. As i have told you, and the instructions show, That TRS output jack is needed to switch the power on and off to the Buffer. As the instructions show, when you plug the Mono PLUG into the TRS/Stereo Jack output jack, the Ring shorts the Sleeve from Ground to the Battery Negative completing the circuit and turning on the Buffer. Remove the MONO Plug and the circuit is broken and the Buffer is shut off. When you use a MONO TS jack instead of a Stereo TRS jack the Buffer will stay on always draining the battery. SO, with the buffer you need the TRS jack like the instructions show.mthimbe wrote:because customer service is not existent at Wald....??!!
The 2nd TRS is for the effects loop as you you described in your email but that is not a part of the buffer so it is not included in the Buffer units instructions. It uses a TRS/Stereo PLUG and the Tip is the SEND to the effects, and the RING is the Return back from the effects. This also has a switch to toggle this Loop out of the signal path, this only bypasses the loop, it does not turn the Buffer on and off.
The signal then goes to the needed 25k Log Volume Knob and then out the TRS Output Jack.
Just like Jeff Mattson's.