FS: Saturnworks Bass Buffer pedal PRICE DROP

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FS: Saturnworks Bass Buffer pedal PRICE DROP

Post by JimP » 27 Jan 2018, 21:39

Brand new never used. Bought recently direct from Saturnworks thinking I needed a dedicated buffer on my board, but it turns out I don't. This is the bass version.

$50 posted --> $40 posted

From Saturnworks:
As you add pedals to your signal, or if you have long cable runs, your signal tends to degrade. The first to go is your high-end sparkle. By converting your signal from high to low-impedance, the Saturnworks buffer keeps your high-end crisp. The buffer also works to preserve your tone when placed before passive splitters, when using a passive A/B/Y, for example. The bass version tweaks the design to allow the bass’ lower frequencies to enter the buffer circuit.

The Saturnworks buffer pedal is hand crafted in the USA with quality components including:

New for 2017: power filtering for quieter operation
Heavy-duty Neutrik jacks
A bright LED that indicates the pedal has power.
Powered by standard (for pedals) 2.1mm 'Boss' type plug
At 3.5"x1.5"x1" the Saturnworks buffer pedal is easy to squeeze onto your board.
A 1-year warranty against manufacturing defects


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Re: FS: Saturnworks Bass Buffer pedal

Post by JimP » 08 Feb 2018, 19:25

B-ump
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Re: FS: Saturnworks Bass Buffer pedal

Post by MentalPatient » 11 Feb 2018, 10:48

Everyone needs a buffer, sometimes in the chain I've added one and the peal after it comes to life.
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Re: FS: Saturnworks Bass Buffer pedal

Post by JimP » 13 Feb 2018, 06:09

MentalPatient wrote:
11 Feb 2018, 10:48
Everyone needs a buffer, sometimes in the chain I've added one and the peal after it comes to life.
I bought the Saturnworks pedal before realising that my Diamond BC1 comp always on at the start of the chain should have the same buffering effect
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Re: FS: Saturnworks Bass Buffer pedal

Post by MentalPatient » 13 Feb 2018, 11:03

Yes that will do it unless there is a pedal that works better without a buffered signal, then the buffer or buffered pedals go after it.
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Re: FS: Saturnworks Bass Buffer pedal PRICE DROP

Post by JimP » 13 Mar 2018, 05:46

Price drop, now $40 posted.
Looks good sitting on my shelf but would sound better on your board :p
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Re: FS: Saturnworks Bass Buffer pedal PRICE DROP

Post by JimP » 05 May 2018, 12:18

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