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Thread: Jack Plugs

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    Jack Plugs

    Just a random thought but as far a jack plugs go, what do favour? If you use a lead or wireless doesn’t matter, what style jack plug do you use?
    Seeing as all (all that I know of anyways) EBMM jack sockets are on the side, logic says using a angled jack plug looped around the strap to tuck it out the way is the best approach (my preference)
    Or do you just use what ever is at hand (straight or angled) ?
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    Angled, looped through the strap to keep it out of the way and from being yanked out when someone or myself steps on the cable.

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    I have lots of cables, angled and straight, always looped around the strap. As for angled or straight, I don't really have a preference.
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    I call these "Me Plugs".

    I'm not picky about such things as long as it's a good cable. But I have quite a few combos, an angled version for the instrument end and straight for the amp end. Made by Ernie Ball, of course. Highly recommended.

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    I prefer angled cables because they work better when I play seated.
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