#1
Should i get a buffer pedal? My guitar cable to my first pedal is 8 ft and if you add my pedal patches and from my last pedal to the amp is about another 5 ft of cable . All my pedals so far are true bypass?
#2
You should be fine without a buffer. I run 2x20ft cables plus the extra 3-4ft of patch cables but my Morley wah has a good buffer in it.
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#3
You should have a Michael Buffer pedal.

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#4
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You should have a Michael Buffer pedal.

Every now and then a little "Let's get ready to ruuuuuummmmmbbbbbbbllllleeeeee" can't hurt.

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#5
yeah that's not that much, assuming your cables are halfway good quality at all. a lot of people run a 10 or even 20 ft cable to their first pedal (and it's not buffered until you hit the buffer).
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