#1
Ok so I have really beein on a big bender of trying to professionalize my gear.
I just upgraded my pickups, grabbed a few pedals and new strings. I want to know how much patch chords play into tone. What are some good patch chords to use, the last 5 years i've used cheap 10$ rocktrons
Jackson RR3 - BKP Painkiller/Warpig
Bugera 333XL 212
Pod Studio UX1
MXR Smart Gate
Hardwire CM-2
#2
Just stick with the cheap ones, and don't buy any more gear until you've done another 1,000 hours' practice. That will improve your tone way more than getting new patch chords.
#3
better quality chords pass along more of your guitars original signal. cheap ones tend to loose some of the signal or certain frequencies so you loose tone. Planet Waves makes good quality chords that aren't to expensive. i use Conquest however i don't know what their availability is as they are locally made.
#4
Coily cable!
Everyone is entitled to an opinion.

Feel free to express yours so I can make an informed judgement about how stupid you are.
#8
I use Mogami golds for everything.
Lets jump in a pool


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#9
Mogami cables. Available at Guitar Center.

Quality from end to end.

You used to have to buy Mogami cable on spools and solder you own connectors. Same with Canare. Mogami and Canare have strong expensive-studio lineages.
#10
Quote by greeny23
*cord.


Imagine how bad a coily chord would hurt your fretting hand!
I'm up for building you a pedal.
(Or modding nearly anything moddable)
(PM Me.)