#1
Okay, here's the situation. I'm playing a show in about a month that's on a pretty large stage. I don't think my cheap-o 20 foot cable will be large enough. Can anyone recommend me a nice 50 foot cable, that's somewhat affordable?

Also, I am thinking about 2 pedals. First thing is an ISP decimator. Those take care if feedback and popping noises right.

Also, I think I might need a good distortion pedal for metalcore. I have a very low gain tube amp and a tube overdrive pedal...but that's just not cutting it.
Guitars:
Epiphone Les Paul Special II [Heavily Modded]
Hand-Built Jem Copy
Rouge RA-100

Amps:
Crate VC-50
Epiphone Studio 10

Pedals:
DigiTech Bad Monkey
MXR 10 Band EQ
Boss Noise Suppressor
Electro-Harmonix Metal Muff w/ Top Boost
#2
why would you need more than 20 feet? anything more will just be sucking the tone out of your guitar.

and get a metal muff distortion.
My name is Charlie.

Gear
Gretsch Electromatic Pro Jet
Fender Deville 410
Electro-Harmonix USA Big Muff
Digitech Whammy IV
MXR Micro Amp
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
#3
Just remember as you increase the cable length you increase the impedance, thus ruining your tone. I'd get a wireless system if this is going to be the case often.
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Bit harsh I think! He comes back for the last 10 minutes against Roma, after being out all season, and you want him crippled again? You harsh wanker!


Aimed at me for saying I hope Gary Neville breaks all his limbs
#4
wireless, or stick with a high quality 20 foot cable.

+1 to the man who said metal muff. A ****ing immense pedal right there.
#5
Quote by Azza Dutt
I'd get a wireless system if this is going to be the case often.


and then be sure you buy a good wireless system, not a cheap one, because your sound will suck
#6
screw that turn your amp into a backpack and wear it on stage when its hooked up to the guitar it would be like the proton pack from ghostbusters a proven design if there ever was one
#7
yes. yes. yes. full of ****ing win. i'm gonna sig that.

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#8
if you have a wireless system, can you have pedals?
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#9
Yes. You can either use an effects loop if your amp has one, or you can use a short cable to go from amp input to your effects chain, then just add the wireless receiver onto the end of the chain.

amp -> chain -> wireless receiver
Quote by saphrax
Bit harsh I think! He comes back for the last 10 minutes against Roma, after being out all season, and you want him crippled again? You harsh wanker!


Aimed at me for saying I hope Gary Neville breaks all his limbs