#1
hey
im building a pedalboard, and im just wondering, is there a cable that has an input on one end, and an output on the other? i need one to go from a pedal to outside the board to plug my guitar into.
thanks for any help
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#2
umm, you'd have to wire up a jack for that (i think)

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#3
Sure, but 1/4" female connectors are always pretty unreliable. Why don't you just use a normal lead from the pedal to the amp, like everyone else does?
#4
Yeah, they sell those things in normal electrical shops, I haven't seen them in guitar shops tho look for 1/4" extension cables.
#5
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Sure, but 1/4" female connectors are always pretty unreliable. Why don't you just use a normal lead from the pedal to the amp, like everyone else does?


im a neat freak, and i was gonna feed this cable through a hole in the board so id just have to plug into the pedalboard instead of a pedal inside it. it seems tidier to me.
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#6
So wire up two 1/4" jacks together and have one mounted on the outside and the other on the inside connected to the last pedal in your chain?
#7
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So wire up two 1/4" jacks together and have one mounted on the outside and the other on the inside connected to the last pedal in your chain?


I was thinking something like
the line into the board would be an input/output, and the line out would be an output/input. is that what you mean? i have no experience in wiring, so could you tell me how to go about wiring the two cables i want?
thanks
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#8
Get a normal lead, take one end off, go to an electrical shop and buy a female connector and solder it on.

Do that and you've made one yourself .