The kit includes 12' of cable and 12 solder-free nickel plugs.

Chicago, IL (November 18, 2015) -- Taking only seconds to assemble, BTPA’s new solderless patch cable kits are perfect for wiring up your pedalboard.

BTPA’s solderless patch cable kits feature their extremely quiet, made in the U.S.A., CA-0492 instrument cable. The CA-0492 cable ensures a pure signal, keeping your guitar tone intact and your sound exactly how you want it. Also included in the kit are the all-new, ultra-low-profile G&H solder free connectors. The connectors’ low-profile will fit into the smallest of corners within your pedalboard, allowing more room for pedals!

Features:

  • 12ft of CA-0492 instrument cable
  • 12 solder-free nickel plugs
  • 1 reversible screwdriver w/ magnet
  • Seconds to assemble
  • Low profile connectors
  • Reliable connection
  • Made in the U.S.A. cable

$66.08 MSRP

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Advanced

Beginner

• Understand how to map out the neck in seven positions.
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• Develop a smooth attack—even at high speeds.

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