"First of all, it's important to have a concept of good tone..."
Jon S. wrote:Why not simply and cost-effectively kill two birds with one stone and use any buffered pedal on your board (many if not most pedals today are buffered)? I have the Waldo buffer in one of my J-casters and the CAE in another and dig them both but if I didn't, this is what I'd do rather than complicate my rig with yet another pedal. (The only caveat would be if I could hear the difference between a stand-alone buffer pedal and my rig with buffered pedals. I tried this years ago with what was at the time deemed the highest quality stand-alone buffer pedal available, the Axxess BF2. I couldn't and sold the Axxess.)
yes al, the perfboard is given freely for all to make for themselves if they so choose. you should have no problem doing this build yourself, just pay attention to the needed jumper under pin 2 & 6 of the opamp. also, use an 8 pin dip socket for the opamp, so you don't fry it. you'll do just fine after a couple wacks at it.
~gomer aka waldo
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