GLS Audio Pedal Board 6 Inch Patch Cable Cords – Flat Right Angled 1/4″ TS To Flat Right Angled 1/4″ TS Cables – Low Profile Pancake Style 6″ Mono Pedalboard Cord – 6 PACK

March 29, 2017 - Comment

New Professional Studio Series Noise Free Cables by GLS Audio. They have a 6mm thick, high quality, flexible rubber jacket (not that cheap stiff plastic jacket like others sell). They are heavy duty Noise Free with Full Metal 1/4″ right angle plugs. These cables have an insulated copper conductor plus they are shielded. They are

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New Professional Studio Series Noise Free Cables by GLS Audio. They have a 6mm thick, high quality, flexible rubber jacket (not that cheap stiff plastic jacket like others sell). They are heavy duty Noise Free with Full Metal 1/4″ right angle plugs. These cables have an insulated copper conductor plus they are shielded. They are hand wired & hand soldered and have high quality metal ends.

Product Features

  • Heavy Duty Flexible Rubber Jacket
  • True Balanced Lo-Z Shielded
  • Full Metal Casing GLS Audio 1/4″ Right Angle Plugs
  • High Grade 21g Copper Conductor & Shield
  • High Quality Noise Free Performance

Comments

tonym says:

Noise-free, very compact, high quality. Best cable for pedalboard! I researched and tried many cables trying to get the best setup on my PedalTrain Mini. I wanted high quality noise-free cables that were very compact. The GLS patch cables turned out not only to be the best I tried for that criteria, but also had an excellent price! What distinguishes these from other cables in their price range are their quality, VERY compact plugs, and short flexible cable. They delivered on being noise free, and very well made; I took apart a plug to check. The cables…

Anonymous says:

I’m pretty much a beginner when it comes to connecting electrical instruments and equipment, but I thought, this can’t be THAT hard! I ordered some pedals for my instrument of choice, along with these able patches. At first I was so excited about the arrival of everything, it all fell in order, but once I got everything out of the boxes to actually see what I was working with, I gotta admit, I was a little more than worried. So I sat and stared at it, and stared until I had an epiphany: By…

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