#1
just bought a new cable, set it up in my amp, had a nice little practice, and what happens? the end of the new ****ing cable is stuck in the amp. i've been trying for a couple hours to get it out with various things with liquid nails on the tip. no luck, might need a new amp now.
#2
What's the amp? Just take out (and if necessary replace) the input jack on the amp.
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#3
Mine works fine..Better than fine, every single one of cables has broken, but this has been utterly wonderful. Shit happens.
#4
use plyers you dope.... Liquid nails??? seriously. YOu should not have electronic equipment of any sort
#5
you do know liquid nails is a construction strength glue right? so thats only doing the total opposite of what you want it to do lol fail!!!!
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#6
Yep, no need to replace a $5 input jack in the worst case scenario, you need an entire new amp.
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#7
...How the **** do you get a cable stuck in an amp? If anything, you put the wrong damn type of cable in it, which I don't see how you could.
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#10
LMFAO liquid nailsXD You should of came on the forum BEFORE you started pumpin industrial adhesive into your amp.
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...How the **** do you get a cable stuck in an amp? If anything, you put the wrong damn type of cable in it, which I don't see how you could.



I think he means the tip of the cable got stuck past the spring, and came off the cable.

Use pliers, or take the amp out, so you can see the circuit board, and try to poke it though.

If it's a tube amp be careful sticking anything metal inside of it, the voltage it stores can kill you.
#12
throw the amp out of high building. this will get the end of the plug out and increase your crystal lattice!
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If it's a tube amp be careful sticking anything metal inside of it, the voltage it stores can kill you.

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#15
I do agree that they suck, but for other reasons. It's like adding a radio antenna to your system.

Anybody want to buy some gently used Monster cables?
#16
Gold plated monster cables are a little bit wider than the average 1/4 inch cable. I used to use them, but they destroyed ALL of my guitar/amp jacks over time. I now have decided my favorite cables are Vox coil cables, which are gold plated and not jack damaging. F*ck monster cables, over priced and not even the best.

But seriously. Grab pliers...
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Gold plated monster cables are a little bit wider than the average 1/4 inch cable. I used to use them, but they destroyed ALL of my guitar/amp jacks over time. I know have decided my favorite cables are Vox coil cables, which are gold plated and not jack damaging. F*ck monster cables, over priced and not even the best.

But seriously. Grab pliers...



I prefer LiveWire Elite cables, I've only had to replace mine once, which I got it replaced for free, but I broke the jack end cause I was too rough with it, found a way around that problem, just don't put any stress on the jack of the cable, like you should do with all cables anyways.

I just got some Austin Vintage Guitar made speaker cables, so I'm gonna see how good those are, they seem pretty beefy and tough.

I also like the Ibanez Series 96 cables, very good cheap cables, I'm very impressed with mine.
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Use pliers. Jeez.



then just leave?
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#20
Monster cables rock.

Not a big deal.

And every cable can break. Try gigging. You will find that out quickly!
#21
Mogami cables?... Anyone?...

Seriously though. I have no earthly idea how you managed to do this.
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#22
I assume the tip broke off and is now inside the jack? I suppose it has to be an enclosed jack seeing as how you can't get another cable in there (with open jacks the tip just falls into the chassis). Just replace the jack.
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