Xotic Introduces All-Brass Patch Cables

The All-Brass technology aims to provides a low noise/high performance audio signal.

Van Nuys, CA (August 15, 2018) -- Achieve superior tone with Xotic All-Brass patch cables. Engineered to give your rig a quiet ride in the studio and on the road, our All-Brass technology provides a low noise to high performance ratio to achieve the highest levels of transparency and maximize your audio signal. The All-Brass plugs, engineered with brass and nickel plated, ensure optimal signal transfer with low capacitance for a clear, more defined sound. Designed to save space, the thin pancake-style shape frees up much needed pedalboard room for the effects aficiondado.

All-Brass cables are built to last. Xotic’s uniquely designed stress relief feature holds the cable in place for superior durability preventing breakdowns on the road and in the studio. The nickel plated layer provides superior protection from corrosion, increases connectivity and allows the cable to lock into the pedal with ease. Don't compromise your tone with cheap cables. Fortify your rig with All-BrassTM technology.

Patch cables are available through Xotic dealers and the Xotic online shop in 6in, 12in, 6in 2pack and 12in 2pack.

Street Price:

  • XPC6 - $16.80
  • XPC6X2 2 pack - $29.60
  • XPC12 - $18.40
  • XPC12X2 2 pack - $32.80

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Multiple modulation modes and malleable voices cement a venerable pedal’s classic status.

Huge range of mellow to immersive modulation sounds. Easy to use. Stereo output. Useful input gain control.

Can sound thin compared to many analog chorus and flange classics.

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