#1
when a patch cable has one straight connector and one right angle connector which is supposed to go in the guitar and which is supposed to go in the amp/pedal?
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#3
Yeah, it doesn't really matter.

It is used a lot in guitars that don't have a good input jack position for a straight cable, such as firebirds and SGs.
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#4
Doesn't mater. I put the right angle in my amp, since the output jack is on the botton of my guitar. But if it's at the face of the guitar, you could plug it int here.
#5
i have a strat of ot matters. . .
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#6
Ah, on some guitars you have to have a straight jack for the guitar end because a right-angled jack just won't fit. A Strat needs a straight jack, just as a Tele does.
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#7
**** i ordered a cable with one right angle jack and i just checked with a small( 6in) double right angle cable and the right angle jack doesnt fit on the amp the way its positioned

is there a fix?
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#8
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**** i ordered a cable with one right angle jack and i just checked with a small( 6in) double right angle cable and the right angle jack doesnt fit on the amp the way its positioned

is there a fix?


you might be able to get adaptors...I saw those yesterday on guitar centre's ws
#9
i just realized that the right angle will be plugged into my first pedal which it will fit
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#10
The purpose of the right-angled jack is largely to prevent the output jack on your guitar from sustaining damage (on those that have output jacks in awkward places) by the jack being hit somehow.
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#11
i have a question tho
the said cable is a coiled cable so if i plug it into my wah pedal and i move the pedal is dragged along when the cable should be stretching out
i need a way to fasten the pedal down so it stays still and the cable stretches as it should
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#12
i use the 90 degree angle for my RR, it works well, when i had a straight cable, it ****ed up my output jack on my guitar, which was free to get fixed by my local guitar store, but i had to walk up there and stuff.

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