#1
How do you use more than 1 pedal as only one cable can lead into your guitar?

Forgive me for my lack of knowledge.
#2
Patch cables. They are really short instrument cables.

Guitar>longer instrument cable>pedal 1>patch cable>pedal 2>longer instrument cable>amp
Last edited by eyebanez333 at Jan 29, 2009,
#3
They look like this, they attach the pedal to the other one, one end you will have an a long cable going from the pedal to your amp on the "output" of the pedal and on the input you plug in your guitar at the other end of the chain.



like how all these are plugged into eachother with the short cables
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Last edited by AthenasGhost at Jan 29, 2009,
#4
Guitar pedals are typically run in series. If you want them to run in parallel or alternating you'll have to use an effects loop pedal or A/B switch.
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