Snap Jack Instrument Cable  

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Snap Jack

Protect yourself, your gear, and everyone's ears with Snap Jack.

The magnetic tips of the Snap Jack instrument cable detach under extensive tension, reducing the risk of personal injury and damage to your guitar, cables and amplifier. It also eliminates annoying popping or screeching sounds when plugging or unplugging the cable while the amplifier is on. With extra jack tips, the cable's quick-change ability makes it great for players with multiple guitars.

The Snap Jack instrument cable has excellent shielding and conductivity, for clear, noise-free sound.

Features

  • 2 oz of solid metal nickel-plated shell
  • Neodymium magnet
  • Gold plated contact
  • PVC jacket
  • Braided shield
  • Conductive PVE
  • Conductor insulator

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Snap JackInstrument Cable
 
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Snap Jack Instrument Cable

By Chuck Brooks

from Chesapeake, VA

Comments about Snap Jack Instrument Cable:

Works EXACTLY as advestised; I deliberately disconnected and reconnected at gig volume this past week with absolutely NO audible popping or buzzing. My other cables are Planet Waves Circuit Breaker, but I like this design even better!!!

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Great cable but angle is only on one jack

By Pete-cAI__

from Cleveland, Ohio

Comments about Snap Jack Instrument Cable:

Great cable but angle is only on one of the two jacks ... very strong magnets and centers well when re-assembling the ends. Note that the picture shows two angle jacks. Design is actually for one straight and one angle jack. You could buy two and exchange the jacks as needed in your studio or stage setup.

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