#1
Does anyone know a way I can reuse dead guitar cables?

Any nifty tricks other than using them for holding up pants, tying stuff down, the obvious things?

I could throw them away, yes, but where's the fun in that.

What do you guys do with your used-up cables???

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#3
beckyjc is right. That's what i would do. Try instructables.com for some more ideas as well.
#4
You could, you know, fix them?

Quote by beckyjc
Resolder the jacks and use em again.

Or cut em up for patch cables.

+1.

I recently had a cord get pinched under the cab casters so I made it into patch cables.
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Feel free to express yours so I can make an informed judgement about how stupid you are.
#5
All the guys above are right. 99% of the time when a guitar cable goes bad it is the soldier joints at the jack ends. Unscrew the jack and soldier it up.
#7
or you could treat your cables right and not go through them quickly. i think the only cable ive ever killed was a cheapie that came with a guitar.

or if you enjoy abusing your cables, they shouldnt be difficult to repair.
#8
Cut em up and give them to inner city youth groups so that they can overcome adversity through the power of jump roping.
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#9
Defintely don't throw them out. It's a 5 minute fix to get them working again.
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