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cable that goes between pedal,

Discussion in 'Accessories / Connections' started by ksw850823, Jul 19, 2010.

  1. ksw850823

    ksw850823 Active Member

    i`m looking for cable that goes between your pedals? but has thin head?top? (sorry,don`t exactly know the word for it.)
    Anyway i been looking for that kind of cable because i saw the picture somewhere online but it seems that GC or Musicians friend dosen`t carry them...or maybe i`m not typing the right words for it.

    Can you give me a link?
    or at least the name of the company ?

  2. apstrong

    apstrong Active Member


    Hosa CPE at zZounds

    Guitar pedal patch cables. If so, many manufacturers make them.
  3. ksw850823

    ksw850823 Active Member

    hmm..maybe i`m not explaining this right...;
    i already have cables like that but what I meant was I saw a picture somewhere it had really think jack? so you`ll save some space on your pedal board?
    I`m trying to find a picture like that on google right now, but hopefully you`ll understand what i`m talking bout.

  4. ksw850823

    ksw850823 Active Member

    nvm i found it! it WAS from HOSA

    Hosa Cable IRG100 Series Guitar Patch Cable at AmericanMusical.com
  5. ksw850823

    ksw850823 Active Member

    but i wonder why major music stores don`t carry them;
  6. jg49

    jg49 Well-Known Member

    I have bought dozens of these type jumper cables from music stores all over the country, coiled, uncoiled, colored, black, right angled, straight in, even ones that are just two inserts welded together with no cable. You just were not able to describe what it was you were looking for. Try asking for patch cables or jumper cables for pedals. I know the big music stores get some real daydreaming (read stoned) help but still..........
  7. BobRogers

    BobRogers Well-Known Member

    I've had bad luck with Hosa cables. I like George L's, especially if you are making a pedal board. They cost about twice as much as the Hosa, but are easy to custom fit to the perfect length.

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