#1
I just wondered what the general consensus is on the best, most reliable and noise free patch cables for a pedalboard. I use the 1Spot power supply to power my 7 pedals :-

Colorsound Fuzz Wah
Behringer Preamp PB100
Boss TU 2
Boss CH1
Ibanez FL9
Behringer PH9
Boss NS2

Into a Marshall TSL 122 Combo

Thanks
#2
Go to ebay. Buy the Planetwaves 3 pack for whatever the cheapest price is. Something like $9 - solid brand/company and molded right angles. Best price/value patches I've found.
#3
Thanks very much for your advice. I've just ordered some for £10 per 3 pack incl postage!
#4
I would have suggested making your own - Lava make decent solder-free gear.
It's an opinion. It's subjective. And I'm right, anyway.
#5
Yes I have looked at Lava, but at the moment they're well outside my budget, but thanks for the suggestion.
#6
doesnt plaet waves or livewire or something have the do it yourself solderless kits? most of those style are expensive though.

another thing i was thinking about as buying GFS pathc cables, more specifically the direct coupling, no cable links. basically its a single metal peice about 1 inch long with a jack on either end.

providied the metal is of decent quality and you have 2 or more of the same pedal, they would A reduce cable lnth in your chain, and B mak your pedal board more compact

for example - 2 boss pedals next to each other could use one, and the boss and another pedal with th same hiegh of input jack could use another. know what i mean? because there is nmo cable, there is no flexibility. so the jacks on your pedals need to be similarly positioned.