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Musician's Gear Pedal Coupler Cable Angled
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This heavy-duty pedal coupler cable features a great-looking woven fabric exterior.

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  • I am back with bad news!

    As reviewed by Caleb on 5/25/2011

    I have had this patch coupler cable since Christmas and I just noticed that it has changed the tone and the output of my bass. Plus there was static too. So I took that cable out from one of my pedals from my pedal board and noticed a difference. I would not recommend it to anyone. You will be better of getting a Mogami Cable or a Hosa Patch/Coupler Cable instead.

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  • Musician's Gear Pedal Coupler Cable Angled Tweed 6 In ( Good stuff at a great price)

    As reviewed by kenneth white on 1/25/2013

    I bought the 6" and the only reason I only gave them 4 stars is the cable is only 4.2" between connectors. Which is fine for a pedal board that gets put together and left together but because of the tight bend in the short cable I don't beleive that they will stand up to bending back and forth a hundred times. As it stands right now they are silent and very nice for the price and if the cable gives me any problem I'll just solder in a new cable. The way I see it is I'm paying a few bucks for 2 connectors that can be used with any length cable I solder in. and a good 30 foot guitar cable can be cut up and turned into dozens of various custom length cables. You really can't beat these for such a low price and anyone who is getting noise should try cleaning their jacks with contact cleaner. I've had connection noises in the past from scum buildup in the jacks of a pedal and a Q-tip and contact cleaner fixs it right up. So give these a shot, buy a half dozen and see for yourself. I got the tweed and they are a sharp looking red. There are better cables and connectors out there but no where near this price! Tell your friends you payed 12.

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  • Excellent Cable

    As reviewed by GORDON PIERCE on 8/1/2012

    After reading reviews (pro/con), I decided to take a gamble and bought 3 of them. I figured...why not?? GC is on my way to/from work so if I didn't like them, I could easily return them. I now own 8 of them. I have not experienced any tone loss at all and, while practicing in the basement with fluorescent lighting, no noise. I've purchased the tweed 6" and 12". The actual color of the cables that I've received are different than pictured, and I view that as a good thing. Mine are red with blue instead of the black with red that is pictured. Like some of the others, I've noticed that the connector sleeve comes loose. If you're the type of person who patches their pedals/pedal board and never touches them, just give the sleeve a good firm twist and plug in. If you find that you're the type who's constantly moving gear around, you might want to partially unscrew the sleeve, run a ring of clear finger nail polish around a couple of threads, the snug the sleeve back down. The cable can be a little stiff compared to others, but not a problem. They'll still bend easy enough to patch pedals together with no effort. If you have your pedals on the floor, not on a board, your pedals won't move under the cable tension unless your using an extremely light-weight plastic pedal. I've found that a lot of people believe that if it's low cost, it's cheap. Some people want to bash products simply because of name/no-name or simply because the product isn't "main stream" or "Steve Vai, EVH, Satriani, etc. doesn't use it". If you're reading this, you're probably not Steve Vai, EVH or Joe Satriani anyway. When you consider the cost of the cable, an additional 2 minutes to apply finger nail polish to the sleeve threads, a GREAT buy! But if you are a tone purist, buy one of these and as well as a $20 patch cable. Try them out and return the one you don't like. My guess is that you won't be able to tell them apart and you'll keep this one.

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