I use a few small modelling ‘amps’ for quiet evening use in the lounge a TH5, Digitech RP12 and about to get a GT1 or Zoom G3xn. I prefer to use a right angled cable as I have the TH5 raised up and the pedal board is often up against something, so using a straight jack has it’s problems.
I now have a semi-acoustic with a top mounted jack socket, so would prefer to use a right angle jack on this too. So have been looking for a cable with two right angle jacks. But all I find is patch cables. After doing a bit of reading my understanding is these are basically the same unless the jack is the pancake flavour jacks which have smaller diameter cable… is this right?
So could I use a patch cable like this one https://www.roland.com/us/products/ric-bpc/
but maybe not this actual one as it’s spiral wound, which isn’t the best… right?
Some of my current understanding is from reading stuff like this http://www.shootoutguitarcables.com/guitar-cables-explained/pedal-board-patch.html
which seems a useful resource but from a manufacturer so maybe biased but I don’t have the knowledge to tell. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Anyone use angled/angled cables from their guitar to an amp, are these longer patch cables or can you get a lead cable with angles on both ends… or am I about to join the Mr Maker cable creator club?
PS couldn't decide if this should go in Guitar, FX or Amp but it's about cables which is always between at least two of these, but this is about the Guitar end so guessed here, sorry if not right.