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I want a full length cable (10-30ft) with two angled jacks. All the ones ive found and own are one side angled and one side straight. If not ill just have to switch the jacks.
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#2
Why? They make them with one straight and one angle for a reason, the straight goes into the guitar...and the angle goes into the pedal, it works perfectly. Just search around some more, the dual angle jacks are out there, you just gotta look.
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Quote by ethan_hanus
Why? They make them with one straight and one angle for a reason, the straight goes into the guitar...and the angle goes into the pedal, it works perfectly. Just search around some more, the dual angle jacks are out there, you just gotta look.


But if you loop your cord through the strap, or have an SG or Jazz Bass or other guitar with a top mounted jack.

I've never seen one, but that doesn't mean they don't exist. I'd just make one, most brands are overpriced anyway.

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Quote by ethan_hanus
Why? They make them with one straight and one angle for a reason, the straight goes into the guitar...and the angle goes into the pedal, it works perfectly. Just search around some more, the dual angle jacks are out there, you just gotta look.


My jacks on all my guitars are on the side. When i loop the cable through the strap it obviously fits very nicely with the angled cable. On the amp side i have a set up where its best to have an angled cable. I use an effects loop so its not like i can just put the straight ends of the cables into the pedalboard.

Thanks for the link. I really wish a company like monster cable had this.
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Quote by ethan_hanus
Why? They make them with one straight and one angle for a reason, the straight goes into the guitar...and the angle goes into the pedal, it works perfectly. Just search around some more, the dual angle jacks are out there, you just gotta look.

Depends. Les paul and sg types tend to be easier to okay with tge angled end on the guitar.

Dual angked leads arent as common as dual straights or one angled and one straight, but they're out there, you jusr have to look.
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Quote by souperman08


Nice one! this is even better imo. i was about to get a custom monster cable
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Epiphone Les Paul
Fender Stratocaster Fretless
Samick Dreadnaught Acoustic (Unknown Model)
Various Marshall Amplifiers
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