Mini Buffer Pedal

£35.00
(Inc. VAT)
£29.17
(Ex. VAT)
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Each pedal is built to order, normal build time is 7 to 10 days.
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If you are looking for a buffer to liven up your pedalboard then this may be what you are after.

The buffer is built using the TL072 op-amp which gives great results.  If you would like the sockets positions changed get in touch and I'll build it to your spec.

The pedal is active and powered via the Boss style 2.1mm 9v (negative ground) DC socket.

I understand that everyone's set up is different and trying a buffer may not be the solution you were looking for, which is why I offer a no quibble satisfaction guarantee on my buffer pedals.  If you are not happy with the result then just return it for a refund*.

By default the pedal comes unpainted with a clear label, in the options above you can select for the pedal to be powder coat painted black for an additional £5.00.  Please note that if you select for the pedal to be painted then it will not be labelled.

The pedal is built with:

  • Aluminium enclosure
  • Neutrik jack sockets
  • Status LED
  • 2.1mm 9v DC Socket
  • Velcro to stick it to your pedalboard

Enclosure dimensions:

92x38x31mm

*Before ordering check the term and conditions regarding returns for buffer pedals.  Please also note that shipping costs will not be refunded.

2 years, please see Terms & Conditions for further information.

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  • 5
    Great with a full true bypass setup

    Posted by Ben Pollard on 3rd Jun 2011

    This is a very sturdy pedal, and defiently helps maintian the highs thought the signal chain when you are using a couple of true bypass pedals in a row, or long cable lengths. The highs are restored nicely, and the signal sounds like it has a whole load more sparkle to it. If you are using a pedal with a good buffer in it early on or throughout your chain (i.e a tuner with a built in buffer) you may not need a buffer and so wont notice much difference, and also I hear fuzzes (especially geranimum fuzzes) can be upset by any buffer, so beware then. But if a buffer is what you need, you really can't go wrong here. Mine is sometimes on the underside of my pedal board (it is elevated), tucked away first in line and basically forgotten about, it just does it's job.

    Good bit of kit at a good price