Simply put, The Glory Buffer is a wonderful buffer in a tiny box that will fit on any pedal board. This compact pedal helps to reduce "tone sucking" (a noticeable decrease in audible low- or high-end ... Click To Read More About This Product
Simply put, The Glory Buffer is a wonderful buffer in a tiny box that will fit on any pedal board. This compact pedal helps to reduce "tone sucking" (a noticeable decrease in audible low- or high-end frequencies). Use it to recover that high-end sparkle your guitar used to have, or to bring back that low-end chunk you always loved.
It's excellent for:
pedal boards with lots of true-bypass pedals
Longer cable runs from a pedal board (or guitar) to an amp (especially over 20ft.)
Recovering tone after a "tone-sucking" pedal such as a volume pedal
Giving an extra push while splitting one signal into two
Just place the Glory Buffer at the beginning or end of your pedal board, whichever works best. The biggest of rigs may benefit from having one of these at the front and end of your signal chain. Place after any fuzz pedals.
Switching: Always on (no switching)
Jacks: Neutrik, 1/4"
Finish: Durable powder coated
Wiring: Military-grade point-to-point wiring
Weight: 3.3 oz.
Dimensions: 2.07" x 2.38" x 1.4"
Power Requirement: 9V DC center negative
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Comments about Throne Room Pedals Glory Buffer Guitar Effects Pedal:
It does exactly what it's supposed to do without introducing any new unwanted noise. A very solid and quality build.
Honestly, the only negative thing I can say about this unit is that the jacks are so close together you can't use planet wave cables. One more thing about the jacks is that they're VERY snug, not a negative observation imo but worth reporting
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