EBS PG-58 Flat Patch Cable Gold

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Flat Patch Cable

  • Length: 58 cm
  • Even more compact than the standard EBS PCF flat patch cable
  • Contact housing made of 24-carat gold-plated zinc casting
  • 24-Carat gold-plated contacts
  • Designed to save space on the pedal board while still maintaining the flexibility of a cable
  • Extra flat angled jack plug
  • Flat cable prevents cable clutter and keeps the board clean
  • Conductive PVC and twisted copper shielding effectively protect against interference
  • 20 x 0.12 mm copper conductor
  • Cable Dimensions: 5.3 x 2.5 mm
Length 0,58 m
available since May 2017
Item number 413089
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Connector from Jack 3,5mm TS male ->
Colour Black
Plug out Jack 6,3mm TS male angled
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It works,
James Paterson 15.01.2022
it's a patch cable, it works...
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Flawless
SoundSupport1 08.12.2021
Very good cable. very compact, flat connectors, good flexibility in the cable itself, and no additional noise introduced, despite the fact it's running through the middle of my board, and therefore past all 9 pedals and the power supply. Very impressed.
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Best patch cables I have ever try
blks 06.01.2022
I strongly suggest to see cables as they are very flexible. Comparing to the round ones those ones are way better. Try those cables and you will never go back to the round ones.
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Smallest ever plugs and extremely flexible cable
Mombasaflash 18.11.2018
The angle jacks really are the most compact you will ever find. Not only slim in height, but also short. They permit not only the smallest possible gap between pedals on top of your board, but also the neatest installation with switchers, where the gap between sockets is usually pretty tight.

I cannot yet comment upon their longevity in use, but their cables are so slim that I wonder if they will also be a bit fragile. Time will tell. But, in the meantime you benefit from fabulous flexibility.

However, although signal integrity appears to be very clean, I have found that they can be susceptible to noise if you roll them between finger and thumb. Not as bad as Rockboard cables, but they still crackle a bit when scrunched. Of course, in a fixed installation where they are not subjected to movement or strain this would not be an issue.

Despite their rather high price, I have used them exclusively for on-board pedal connections in preference for Rockboard cables which, whilst more robust, are more sensitive to induced noise.
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