Members ishoulddie Posted June 28, 2006 Members Share Posted June 28, 2006 i just bought myself a new pedal board last week (SKB PS-45), and want to begin replacing my cables with better stuff. Most likely Canare GS-6 or possibly Sommer Spirit. Currently, the cables on my board are a mish-mash of cheapo plastic 6" patch cables, and a couple of OK quality 3-footers. The cables from my guitar to the board and the board to my amp were a couple of DiMaarzio 10-footers. But, i lost one of them, so now the board-to-amp cable is a generic 10-footer. And now the DiMarzio i still have seems like it's starting to crap out on me. So, my question is, what would be a better choice to replace first: The cables on the board, or the long-run cables? Which would my sound benefit more from? Also, if i got a higher quality cable for the long runs, would the benefits be cancelled out by lesser-quality patches on the board? Sorry this is so long-winded (and possibly confusing). But, any advice would be appreciated. Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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