#1
I've always just had a straight up pedal board and am in the process of upgrading things to be controlled through a relay footswitch. I'll be using it to control the channels on my Dual Rectifier (older 3-channel) along with various pedals. My big question is this though: What type of cables should I use to run from the pedal switcher to the relay controls on my amp? Should I use guitar cable or speaker cable?

I ordered a SuperSwitcher2 (link to manual in case it helps: http://www.ecpedals.com/files/SS2_USER_MANUAL.pdf ).

Thanks in advance for any help!
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#2
You need everyday, common, boring instrument cables with TS jacks.

You may need one with TRS jacks for the amp's footswitching.
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#3
Awesome, that's what I was hoping. Thanks!
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#4
Check the Mesa manual. all you ever wanted to know and more. You can download it from their site.
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#5
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You need everyday, common, boring instrument cables with TS jacks.

You may need one with TRS jacks for the amp's footswitching.

I'd vote for that.
But it all depends on the foot pedal.