#1
Is there a significant difference?

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#3
Personal preference.
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#4
well they they do have a function, the right angled side goes into the guitar so incase you step on the cable, it wont accidently plug straight out of your guitar...and it works!
#5
The straight one lets more tones come out of your guitar easier and the right one traps all the bad frequencies (i.e.; boomy bass, ice picky highs) and give you a more pure sound. Kind of like the trap of a sink.
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#6
Quote by LaidBack
The straight one lets more tones come out of your guitar easier and the right one traps all the bad frequencies (i.e.; boomy bass, ice picky highs) and give you a more pure sound. Kind of like the trap of a sink.


#7


I like to use a right angle on guitars with a front or side jack, because they get in the way less and are less likely to break when they get yanked. A straight one works better on a Strat though.

Also you should always, ALWAYS run the cable through the strap before you plug it in, no matter what kind of guitar or cable.
#8
A right angle helps if you sit like i do, i put the guitar in between my legs and if i had a straight it would hit my leg.
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