Blue Strat Posted September 8, 2003 Share Posted September 8, 2003 I was reading an article in one of my old issues of GP and they were showing Jerry's "Tiger" guitar, and some of the special effects that he had installed in it. It had a stereo jack and another output jack on it. The stereo jack went out to his pedal board and then back to the guitar, then through an on-board master volume control, then out the normal input jack! Jerry also had a on-board buffer, better known in the electronics world as an emitter follower. It matches the impedance of the guitar pickup to the input of effects pedals, which prevents treble loss. I'm thinking of trying this mod on my Del Rey in a non-invasive manner, so I don't ruin the value of my guitar. Do any of you folks have experience with a guitar with an on-board buffer? I think Jerry was the James Bond of the guitar world. BlueStrat a.k.a. "El Guapo" ...Better fuzz through science... http://geocities.com/teleman28056/index.html Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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