#1
Heya all,
So the title doesnt make much sense but what im after is 2 guitar leads joined together so its easier to plug into a fx loops send and receive.

Surely someones invented that right?
Gear:
Fender American Standard Strat
Zoom G5
Blackstar HT1 mini stack

Epiphone G400 SG Goth / with Emg 81 +85
LP kit
Jackson RR24m
Jackson Dk2M
Maton EM225c
Bugera 333XL
Randall RA412XL
ISP Decimator G String
Boss Tu-2
Boss RC-2
#2
If they did, it would halve the signal going to each, detrimentally affecting your tone.
And no, Guitar Hero will not help. Even on expert. Really.
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#3
well the could make the cable very thick and have the copper wiring seperated inside.

So i guess no one makes it then?
Gear:
Fender American Standard Strat
Zoom G5
Blackstar HT1 mini stack

Epiphone G400 SG Goth / with Emg 81 +85
LP kit
Jackson RR24m
Jackson Dk2M
Maton EM225c
Bugera 333XL
Randall RA412XL
ISP Decimator G String
Boss Tu-2
Boss RC-2
#4
Am I right in thinking you want a cable that goes into a Y at both ends so you only have one cable between your amp and effects? (two cables in one?)
I know you get cables that are a Y at one end and a stereo jack at the other, if you had some kind of splitter box at one end you could then use short cables to the start and end of the chain of effects in the loop.

Another option would be to take two cables and tie them together with electrical tape or velcro cable ties, something that won't cut into the insulation.

Hope I helped.
#5
Yes! Bingo thats what i was after.

But yeah i guess electrical tapes the only way to go
Gear:
Fender American Standard Strat
Zoom G5
Blackstar HT1 mini stack

Epiphone G400 SG Goth / with Emg 81 +85
LP kit
Jackson RR24m
Jackson Dk2M
Maton EM225c
Bugera 333XL
Randall RA412XL
ISP Decimator G String
Boss Tu-2
Boss RC-2
#7
#10
^ That's the a/b part - you can send the signal to two completey different paths.
The "Y" is when they blend - so you have all bases covered.
#11


He wants 2 cables.
Completely seperate from onanother sonically.
That are convenientaly stuck together so it is easier to wire up an effects loop.
#12
I get it now. I was thinking he wanted to split it from the guitar.
My reading comprehension sucks.
#13
Quote by 667
I get it now. I was thinking he wanted to split it from the guitar.
My reading comprehension sucks.

It's okay baby


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