#1
Do you leave them on top of your amp or run them to your pedalboard? I feel like the long cables would annoying. is there an easier way?
#2
Quote by hahaha15
Do you leave them on top of your amp or run them to your pedalboard? I feel like the long cables would annoying. is there an easier way?


i usually run them on my board. the other option, besides what you mention, is to but them in a rack mount with a switcher and remotely operate them with something like a midi switch board
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#3
I run a total of 4 cables to my board including the footswitch cable and it's not a problem at all. Plus you may wanna switch a pedal off that's in your loop without buying extra gear. I'm about to buy a 100' roll of Bullet DIY cable and make 3 cables with their solderless plugs to replace my cables going to the amp from the board. I bought a Bullet coil cable a while back for my guitar and just recently rewired my board with the Bullet Cable Slug kit and am so impressed that I've got to replace my amp cables now!
Guitars:
Jackson DKMGT
Squier CVC
Amps:
Peavey 6505+/Mesa 4x12
Pedalboard:
TC Polytune
ISP Decimator G String
Green Rhino
MXR Phase 90
MXR 10 band EQ
BBE Sonic Stomp
Guyatone MDm5 Delay
Guyatone MD3 Delay
TC Hall of Fame Reverb