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Hey all,
Need suggestions for linking my pedals with 3-4 short (3-4") patch cables. Need something that doesn't drop quality of sound.
Thanks!

Agent Trey "Shadowhawk" Montgomery - MI6 Cool
AGENT OCTOPUS

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ON APPLE MUSIC
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George L
There are no others

All about opinions and experiences to be sure...I had good and bad experiences with George L and the bad was very bad ie problems right before or even in the middle of a gig.

Right now I'm using the EBS flat cable/flat plug short patches with success on two different pedalboards. I also bought a couple of Mogami short patches to try based on their stellar reputation but a full complement of Mogami cables might cost more than the effects themselves. ;)

SHADOWNIGHT5150 wrote:

George L
There are no others

Agree. Have been using George L's for 20 years now without issue. Only concern is for pedalboards where you want to get pedals really close together; for those I've found the Warwick Rockboard Angled patch cables work great, but they are fixed length.
I really love the ability to change the length of my George L's when needed with scissors, and on the straight 1/4" a screwdriver..

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Last edited: Aug 03, 2020 14:51:44

Hey ArtS,

There are so many high-quality products to choose from these days--it can be overwhelming.

Why not make it simple, feel satisfied and support a company that supports Surf?

https://www.rattlesnakecables.com/ have been extremely supportive of the scene, the Surf Guitar 101 Convention and make an exceptional product!

It's a win-win situation--you get to have a fantastic product and help support an independent business instead of some big anonymous company!

I have used their patch cables exclusively on tour the last couple of times and can personally testify that they are a robust, well-made and very high quality product in every way!

Insect Surfers
The Tikiyaki Orchestra
Surfer Joe
Fiberglass Jungle - Surf Radio

I also use Rattlesnake cables, including pedal board pitch cables.

I don’t tour, but before covid we had a string of shows and rehearsals and never had a single issue.

Super high quality cables that look great and perform even better, super fast delivery, and great customer service. Plus, as JP said, he supports the scene.

Thanks SG101 Braintrust!!!!
Sold, will order today!
Glad to get high quality + SG101 supporter.

Agent Trey "Shadowhawk" Montgomery - MI6 Cool
AGENT OCTOPUS

AO WEBSITE
ON APPLE MUSIC
ON YOUTUBE
Blue-Eyed Surf CD - BANDCAMP

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