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Built in Scotland Buffer Pedal. No tone colouring, RF Rejection, high-Z to Low-Z. The Genesis Buffer pedal is designed and built by SineEffects for Krachwerke. It is a small, durable and high quality signal buffer for guitars and basses. It changes the signal from your pickups to a Low Impedance signal which allows your signal to be sparklingly healthy and travel along longer leads without high frequency (and thus tone loss) loss. It also filters ultra high frequencies via RF Rejection and is very small as to not waste space on your pedalboard. It does this without colouring the tone or any tone-suck.
There is no right or wrong order to pedals although many would like to make you believe that. Truth is that it is all about what 'sound' you are after. The suggestions here are to the generally agreed pedal orders on a pedal board for the most typically desired tone and sound results.
My very humble pedalboard. This is a homemade version made of 6mm x 50mm pine slats. It was initially made with the cheap wood because this was a test build. It worked out pretty well so I am using it. As for sturdiness... I don't think it will break unless I really try. I specifically made two layers so that the back layer is slightly higher than the front. This makes it harder to accidentally step on the front pedals.