I finished my Wolf/SG over the weekend and got some time last night to play around with it. I have the Waldo buffer and the GGG stratoblaster on a toggle before the OBEL switch- as per Waldo's diagram. To my old ears the buffer is less aggressive, smother, rounder ("transparent" in pedal-speak). The blaster is sharper, edgier, more treble. As you crank up the blaster you get more and more gain and volume until you start to get some breakup/distortion. The blaster reminds me more of the ancient Vox treble booster I had back in the 60's- except that it's adjustable and dead quiet.
I wish I could have worked out the third option of "neither" so I had a neutral baseline for comparison, but the 25k/500k volume pot thing makes that a little too complicated at this point. It's do-able, just not yet. I have Gibson 57 Classics in the neck and bridge, and I don't think they're as high-output as the Super 2 in the middle, so they may not cut through the 25k pot as well. And I think I've used up every cubic millimeter of the cavity
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