Making the buzzz cut through better



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Re: Making the buzzz cut through better

Postby odontophobia » Sat Dec 03, 2016 10:19 am

Anybody have a buffered pedal in front of their buzzz?

In the past it wasn't super interested in my Way Huge Green Rhino being in front. Got a great deal in The Elements (sorry Satan) - had to pick it up. Just wondering what others experiences have been.
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Re: Making the buzzz cut through better

Postby MechaGodzilla » Sat Dec 03, 2016 11:14 am

Mine is usually first, but I thought I was alone in noticing its buffer unfriendliness!
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Re: Making the buzzz cut through better

Postby odontophobia » Sat Dec 03, 2016 12:29 pm

elsewhere i had seen somebody say that it was fine for them.
maybe it's just the particular buffer?

i'm totally cool going buzzz --> elements as I doubt they'll often be on at the same time. just a curiosity.
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Re: Making the buzzz cut through better

Postby MechaGodzilla » Sat Dec 03, 2016 1:03 pm

It's mainly because I use the buzz with the guitar volume pot to clean up and that seems to work better without a buffer. Might be in my head though
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Re: Making the buzzz cut through better

Postby goosekevin » Mon Dec 05, 2016 2:07 am

odontophobia wrote:elsewhere i had seen somebody say that it was fine for them.
maybe it's just the particular buffer?

i'm totally cool going buzzz --> elements as I doubt they'll often be on at the same time. just a curiosity.


run it this way anyway to clean blend in the buzzz with your elements signal :thumb:
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Re: Making the buzzz cut through better

Postby odontophobia » Mon Dec 05, 2016 8:41 am

goosekevin wrote:
odontophobia wrote:elsewhere i had seen somebody say that it was fine for them.
maybe it's just the particular buffer?

i'm totally cool going buzzz --> elements as I doubt they'll often be on at the same time. just a curiosity.


run it this way anyway to clean blend in the buzzz with your elements signal :thumb:


Oh god. Hadn't even considered that.
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Re: Making the buzzz cut through better

Postby smallsnd/bigsnd » Mon Dec 05, 2016 12:56 pm

MechaGodzilla wrote:It's mainly because I use the buzz with the guitar volume pot to clean up and that seems to work better without a buffer. Might be in my head though


could be happening for sure. i guess i never really checked that aspect of it too much. i will though!
as for standard use, i've used one after a buffer and didn't notice any drastic differences.
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Re: Making the buzzz cut through better

Postby odontophobia » Mon Dec 05, 2016 2:52 pm

I'll see if I can get any clips once I get the Elements and get everything hooked up. May take a little bit but I'll th to test it out and see if I notice anything. May just be hogwash. My ears are all fucky anyway.
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