RockBoard Introduces Flat Patch Gold Cables

Thanks to the slim design, you can now fit more pedals on your board.

Nashville, TN (September 21, 2017) -- In 2016 we introduced the RockBoard Flat Patch Cables for connecting effect pedals on pedalboards. Now they are available with gold plated connectors. RockBoard Flat Patch Gold Cables are unique and very useful, as connectors and cables are flat, super flexible and therefore space saving and optimal for all pedalboards. RockBoard Flat Patch Gold Cables have a very low conductor resistance and are well shielded to prevent signal loss. Thanks to their slim and elegant design (only 7.5 mm high including the flat connector housing) they save a lot of pedal board real estate. For example: you can now install six instead of 5 effect pedals in the popular MXR format on your pedal board. The flat cable with flexible copper conductors protects against torsion and thus against damage and broken cables. The RockBoard Flat Patch Gold Cables also meet very high demands, for cables. The connectors are made to high quality standards, designed for a long and trouble free life "on the road". We offer these black cables with gold plated connectors in 10 different lengths:

For international pricing please contact your local distributor or dealer.

The RockBoard Flat Patch Gold Cables are available from the end of September 2017! (Also available in the current black version.)


  • Conductor: Flexible copper conductor
  • Operating Temperature: -15o C to +70° C
  • Outer Insulation: PVC
  • Signal copper cores: 20 x 0,12mm
  • Signal Insulation: PE (polyethylene)
  • Copper twisted shield: 34 x 0.12mm
  • Capacitance Cond./Shield: < 10 pF/decimeters
  • Conductor Resistance: < 10 mOhm/decimeters
  • Dimensions: 7 x 3 mm
  • Connectors: 1⁄4” 90 degree angled audio plug

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