#1
Would it be better to use one of these while playing a V so the jack doesnt dig into my leg?

It's really fackin annoying.

Thanks
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#3
Ok thanks
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#5
Definitely.
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#6
they're better i find plugged into the guitar... so nothing sticks out you can easily put the strap behind you
#7
Right angle plug FTW for any guitar with a jack on its face or on the edge of the body, such as my Melody Maker, SG's, Flying V's and Les Pauls.

I actually need to get another because my old cheapo cable with the right-angle plug died. I've been using this straight-plug Planet Waves cable in its place and have already chopped at it a couple times when strumming wildly.

And it is really easy to hang the cable over the strap attachment which provides some strain relief and makes it a little harder to step on.
Last edited by carpepax at May 11, 2008,
#8
I like right angled plugs on anything but strats and JEMs.

EDIT: And guitars like the Ibanez S series with the jack recessed into the body.
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