quick question....In what way does the quality of the Boss pedals buffer change from when I turn the pedal on and off? Is it stronger when the pedal is off? Is the buffer always present.
i'm guessing it's always present, but i could be wrong.
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You really only have to worry about the buffer when it's bypass, I believe. On that note, there are worse buffers out there than the ones in Boss pedals.
i still wonder if the effect of the buffer differs though... from the on and off position