Snap Jack Instrument Cable  

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The magnetic tips of the Snap Jack instrument cable detach under extensive tension, reducing the risk of personal injury and damage to your guitar, cables and amplifier. It also eliminates annoying po... Read More

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Overview

The magnetic tips of the Snap Jack instrument cable detach under extensive tension, reducing the risk of personal injury and damage to your guitar, cables and amplifier. It also eliminates annoying popping or screeching sounds when plugging or unplugging the cable while the amplifier is on. With extra jack tips, the cable's quick-change ability makes it great for players with multiple guitars.

The Snap Jack instrument cable has excellent shielding and conductivity, for clear, noise-free sound.

Features
  • 2 oz of solid metal nickel-plated shell
  • Neodymium magnet
  • Gold plated contact
  • PVC jacket
  • Braided shield
  • Conductive PVE
  • Conductor insulator
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Snap JackInstrument Cable
 
4.5

(based on 4 reviews)

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Versatile way to switch between guitars

By KJP

from Upstate New York

Comments about Snap Jack Instrument Cable:

This product has really simplified things for me. I keep a jack plugged into each guitar and simply snap the cord off one and onto another. No plugging in, tangled cords, etc. I was a little concerned about the sound (or lack thereof) before I used them but was very pleased with the tones that come through. I do occasionally step on my cords too. In fact, I have had repairs to one axe because of this. No longer! It pops off, and all I have to do is point the end back in the right direction and it automatically snaps back to a perfect connection. The magnets are strong too. Surprisingly strong. That's a plus because they don't fall off accidentally or even with a slight tug. These have been worth the money. I no longer buy new cords ... just additional snapping ends to switch between all equipment; pedals, amps, guitars. etc. I wish I had thought of this idea ... its genius!

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(1 of 25 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Ehh...

By Garrett Chapman

from Griffin, Georgia

Comments about Snap Jack Instrument Cable:

These cables are an okay idea. Good design, good sound, durable, and visually appealing. Although, they can only market towards a third of guitarists; the people that actually use cables to connect their guitars. If you use wireless system, this product is useless to you. And as fa ras "amp protection" goes, you can easily protect your amp by doing this. Instead of letting your cable dangle in front of your amp, run in underneath the head, down the back side of your cabinet(s), the underneath the whole thing. It's basically the same thing as running a cable over your strap knob. Also this cable will drain precious power from the batteries in your active guitar components, if any, since a jack remains in your guitar when not in use. So in my eyes, this cable is a neat idea, but doesn't seem useful enough to make an impact in the musicians world (other than scoring mediocre acts an ad in a magazine for endorsing it), since there is a cheaper/easier/better solution to all this cable combats.

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(9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

If you don't have wireless, get this cable!

By Chris

from Vancouver, Washington

Comments about Snap Jack Instrument Cable:

If you're a clutz like me and you're always tripping over your guitar cable, these Snap Jack cables can protect your gear from a lot of damage. Just as promised, they give good clean sound when connected, but separate quickly and soundlessly if they are pulled at an angle. There's no buzzing or popping when they connect or disconnect, just the metal-to-metal 'snick' as the magnets grab each other. They grip very securely while playing, but they pop right off when your toddler tries to play jump-rope with them. They're a little pricey for cables, but they're a lot cheaper than replacing the cable jack on your axe or repairing your amp after it gets pulled over. I know this, because I've had to do both. Strongly recommended. Oh yeah, mine came with one straight connector (perfect for the jack on my Les Paul) and one angle connector which is perfect for protecting my Fender tube amp. Best of both worlds.

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(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Amazing

By Justin

from New Castle, Pa

Comments about Snap Jack Instrument Cable:

Works great. No popping or static sounds. Perfect sound.

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