Welcome back, pedalboard friends! Have you seen the prelude of our revolutionary cables that will solve all your problems and make your life easier? Jokes aside, Flat Pedal Cables are not magic wands, but they are pretty close to it. Today, we are here to consider something completely new. Keep reading and be amazed.
First of all, let's talk a bit about our pedals. If we want our fans to hear precisely what we hear in our heads, we need great pedals. Okay, this doesn't refer to the voices. Instead, only to the sound, we want to produce. As you know, there are different types of pedals and different manufactures. For example, you can start with a simple boost pedal. Soon after, your sonic palate desires more than only a boost. What's next? How about an Overdrive pedal that will push your tube amp past its range to provide a great clean tone? You love that, don't you? Now, your would start pedalboard expanding as you grow into a formidable tone chaser. Soon you add fuzz, overdrive, chorus, flanger, tremolo, delays, and reverbs. The list could go on to the point that it’s almost an Ad nauseam at this point, but you get the point.
We all need pedals, and they need a pedalboard. But we need something as important: SPACE. Sometimes, pedalboard wiring is the conventional pedalboard cables for patching pedals together, preventing it to perform well, even if the cables are flexible, flat, and small-headed. It is also very common for a different pedal to have outputs placed differently from another, likely on different sides of the pedal itself. If you have one pedal with output on the top right side and the other with the opposite location, you may struggle to find the cable which will provide you with the best performance, as well as the best real estate. Yeah, flexible cables can come in handy. But why not try S-Shaped cables designed to rectify this kind of problem?
Our S-Shaped Cables are the latest innovative design for pedals with unconventional orientation, and coming from TourGear Designs, the place where everything is designed for and by musicians. You know our cables will come through. The S-Shape design allows you to keep your pedals closer together to preserve space and to have a beautiful, functional, and organized pedalboards. On top of everything, the S-Shape pedalboard patch cables are of High-Quality, like our Flat Pedal Cables. They come with a 2 Year Guarantee and in sizes of 3", 4", 6", 8", 10" and our newest lengths in 15", 18" and 23". They’re also available in single or in a 3-Pack, like our Flat Pedal Cables. The connectors are also flat and narrow and adjusted for better grip. Our S-Shaped cables also enhance conductivity. They are aesthetically pleasing, but most importantly, they get the job done.
In short, the next time you need new pedals, you'll be reassured that you won't need to worry about that one word: SPACE. With our Flat Pedal Cables and S-Shape cables, there is no pedal you cannot attach. If you think we are wrong, we challenge you to prove it. Find a problem, and TourGear will solve it, just like we solved this one!