Buffered Bypass

Buffered bypass – in comparison to true bypass – involves using a buffer circuit that maintains a consistent impedance and signal strength even when the pedal is bypassed. This helps prevent signal loss and high-frequency roll-off that can occur with long cable runs or when multiple pedals are connected in series. Buffered bypass can be beneficial in maintaining signal integrity and reducing any potential tone loss caused by long cable lengths or complex pedal setups.

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