#1
Hey guys can someone recomend me some good quality leads. Also are there special leadsthat are shroted that can connect FX pedals? What are they called and again can someone recomend


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#2
I learned how to make my own yesterday.
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I think you mean patch leads.

I usually just use whatever the shop has. Vipers have lasted me a long time in the past.
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Thats very exciting, im so happy for you. Was it hard?
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I think you mean patch leads.

I usually just use whatever the shop has. Vipers have lasted me a long time in the past.


The ones my local shop has always break even if i look after them really well
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Thats very exciting, im so happy for you. Was it hard?

Yes, I made 2 cables compatible with stereo speakers, so I had two 1/4'' males laying around afterwards, so I learned I could solder standard speaker wire to these and it would carry a current. So, I plan to make one soon, and cover it in electrical tape for safety reasons. Wish me luck.
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#7
look at planetwaves stuff. a little pricey but they're really good quality. you can also get a double ended jack to connect pedals (planetwaves make these as well)
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George L's and planetwaves both make good patch cord kits.

When looking at non patch cords, I tend to look at the connectors, and the quality before I look at the brand. Is it molded? Encased in anything? Can I remove the outer shield for repairs? Are the leads sturdy? things like that. Then I narrow it down to the price and warranties. I've used quantum cables for a long time, worked fine for me.
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Vipers have lasted me a long time in the past.


yes i agree Vipers are quality and not too expensive
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Yes, I made 2 cables compatible with stereo speakers, so I had two 1/4'' males laying around afterwards, so I learned I could solder standard speaker wire to these and it would carry a current. So, I plan to make one soon, and cover it in electrical tape for safety reasons. Wish me luck.



wow you are so clever! And its good your being safe, everyone likes to be safe. Good luck. Maybe make a thread on your custom leads?
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I usually use whatever is at the store, but the Whirlwind brand has lasted me quite a while.
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