leesoonghotmail.com Posted June 20, 2000 Share Posted June 20, 2000 Dear Craig, I would like to find out exactly what a "buffer" is and does in your typical guitar stomp box. Some have said that buffers basically turns a high impedence signal into a low one, and that as a side effect, boosts the upper band octaves. To my understanding, most guitar amps have been designed to take in a high impedence signal from guitar. If your guitar signal is being processed by these stomp boxes with buffers in them, effectively turning your signal into low impedence, wouldn't that cause an impedence mismatch once the signal reaches the input of your amp? Please help me out of this confusion. Thank you in advance. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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