#1
Nothing spectacular here just a pro grade cable I put together last night using canare gs-6 and neutrik ends. The one nice thing about it is you can change guitars with your amp on, with no worries about pop.

Carvin MTS 3200 Head
Avatar 4x12 (2 V30's and 2 G12-T75)
#2
Looks nice! How much did all the parts cost?
Originally posted by kornrules09
well if it comes with pick, I say get it!
#4
An off switch to cut the signal on the end you put in the guitar I guess. Planet Waves makes them that way I know.
Originally posted by kornrules09
well if it comes with pick, I say get it!
#5
Ooh, i though he put some kind of isolation thingy at the end or something, still pretty cool
#6
Whats the difference between you cable and the factory? Could you show us some diagrams or something? =)
#7
The difference is in the parts he has used, they are probably high quality, the switch mechanism is illustrated here. Quite nifty.
Originally posted by kornrules09
well if it comes with pick, I say get it!
#8
Yep and this cabling http://www.canare.com/index.cfm?objectid=EC6A9439-3048-7098-AFC64A4EA6821ADA

Parts wise it was sub 20 dollars, price varies with how long your cable is. You do however need a special wire stripper for that cabling as its more of a coax than anything else.

Oh and I loomed the whole thing for a more professional look.
Carvin MTS 3200 Head
Avatar 4x12 (2 V30's and 2 G12-T75)
Last edited by notsofun at Jan 6, 2007,