DiMarzio Jumper Cable Pedal Coupler  

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Easy hookup for your pedals.

The DiMarzio Pedal Coupler Cable features pro-grade cables that have bonded right-angle ends to easily chain your effects pedals.

NOTE: Package includes only ONE cable.

  • Overbraid guitar cable style
  • Right angle bonded connectors
  • Red, black or blue in 6" or 12" length
  • Lifetime guarantee
  • Environmentally friendly packaging
  • U.S. made
  • Package includes only one cable

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DiMarzioJumper Cable Pedal Coupler

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Dunlop Jumper Cable - Connect Your Pedals With Quality Sound

By zedthewizard

from Undisclosed

Comments about DiMarzio Jumper Cable Pedal Coupler:

I rate very few tens, because that seems like perfection. However, I really dig the Dunlop Jumper Cables for connecting my pedals to maintain quality sound. They are braided and very sturdy. I have several pedals that layout their input and output jacks differenlty, and I twist and turn these in various ways with not problems for years. I should get a couple of 18" soon.

I would highly recommend these to any level guitarist because you cables are important to maintining the quality of your sound output. Why wait to upgrade, when you can have great sound now?

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Clean Sounding Chords

By radstarr

from Chicago, il

Comments about DiMarzio Jumper Cable Pedal Coupler:

I really like the way these jumpers sound, and I love the color coding appeal. I will definitely order a few more, though they are a bit expensive. They feel really sturdy, and can help you keep your pedals in order as well.

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Great product, excellent value

By G. Asarian

from E. Meadow, NY

Comments about DiMarzio Jumper Cable Pedal Coupler:

I got the 6 in. version of these patch cables. I ordered three of them and connected four pedals with virtually no loss of signal. I know because my amp is very, very sensitive to crappy cables or pedals. If you get these cables, also make sure you have true bypass effects to take full advantage of the quality offered by DiMarzio. They were also a great price on sale at Muisc123.

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Pedal Jumper Cable

By Buddy

from Hinckley, OH

Comments about DiMarzio Jumper Cable Pedal Coupler:

A perfect fit and a good way to keep your pedals from moving around too much. I only use two pedals so this is perfect. Would be great on a pedal board as well.

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great sound

By Ruth Cooper

from Arizona

Comments about DiMarzio Jumper Cable Pedal Coupler:

I bought my first Di Marzio cable a couple of years ago. I was trying to decide between a Monster cable or a Di Marzio cable. I was tired of all the cheap cables that always break. I figured both of these were good companies, so it would be a better cable than I was used to. I decided to buy the Di Marzio because it was gold. I have a Les Paul gold top and a Strat with a gold anodized pickgaurd. Being a girl I like everything to match. (Okay guys quit laughing!) What happened though was I got much more than I expected. I just wanted a cable that would hold up to use. But all my instruments actually sounded better with the Di Marzio cable! I didn't realize that cheap cables don't relay the sound quality as well. It's worth the extra cost for the better sound. The different colors Di Marzio makes are helpful too. It goes beyond just matching colors like us girls like to do. When you have 4 guitars going into 2 amps and sometimes a PA or a recorder, not to mention all the stomp boxes between, different colors are a Big help. Now I have Di Marzio cables in gold, siver, black/grey and tweed. Having different colors helps to keep track of what is plugged into what, especially if the cables get tangled up. That way you don't accidentally plug one guitar into another guitar or an amp into another amp rather rather than the PA for instance.

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