#2
interesting but id be afraid of hurting my input/output jacks if you get my drift
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#5
^^^+1. I'd worry about the pedal twisting and breaking the thing off in the jack if you weren't real nice stomping on it.
#6
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Has anybody ever tried something like this: http://www.music123.com/Switchcraft-1-4--Double-Male-Cable-Coupler-335020-i1128976.Music123

Would they work better than a patch cable?


I'm not sure if those are shielded or not, or even if shielding is necessary if it's a direct coupling, although all guitar signal cables should be the shielded type. I just use very short 8" cables to connect pedalboard effects to minimize signal loss.
Long cables=signal loss.

Edit: Colin, do you know if the shielding would be necessary?^
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#7
they're only useful for pedalbords.. at least i use those for pedalbords only
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I'm not sure if those are shielded or not, or even if shielding is necessary if it's a direct coupling, although all guitar signal cables should be the shielded type. I just use very short 8" cables to connect pedalboard effects to minimize signal loss.
Long cables=signal loss.

Edit: Colin, do you know if the shielding would be necessary?^


That housing would probably provide adequate shielding for such a short signal path.