#1
is there a way to stop your cables from tangling up?
GEAR:
Gibson SG
Traynor YCV40T
Digitech Grunge
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
Korg pitchblack pedal tuner
EXH Metal Muff
Sennheiser wireless system
Gear soon gettin:
Gibson Les Paul Jr.
Boss ce-2
#2
get a really really short cable.. i suggest ones <6 inches


but seriously... not really, unless you get one of those coily ones
My Guitars:
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Epiphone AJ
Ibanez Strat Copy

Amps:
Orange Tiny Terror Head
Old beaten up Peavey cab
Marshall MG30DFX
#3
you could always unplug your cables and hen wind them up then put an elastic band round em, but thats no fun
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#5
Quote by FightinIrishPJ
but seriously... not really, unless you get one of those coily ones



ive seen those fender coily cables, are they good?
GEAR:
Gibson SG
Traynor YCV40T
Digitech Grunge
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
Korg pitchblack pedal tuner
EXH Metal Muff
Sennheiser wireless system
Gear soon gettin:
Gibson Les Paul Jr.
Boss ce-2
#7
Quote by _Sanitarium_
Don't walk in circles.
I should thake that advice myself. When I get done playing, I have to unplug it and untwist it.

Oh me too, are you like me when every time you turn while you're playing you turn the same way? :P
I'm Joel. I play guitar. I am a student. I look at the cost of tuition, not in a dollar value, but in the guitars I'm sacrificing now, to be able to buy later.
#8
the best thing to do is learn how to put your cables away. when you put your cables away, roll them into loops so that they dont coil at all. if you do it right then your cables will not get tangled and will actually last longer. dont just toss things in a drawer, leave them lying out, or just wrap them around something, those are the ways to tangle your cables.