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Diago launches new guitar patch cable system
The Patchfactory lets guitarists alter the length of patch cables without having to use specialist tools or skills. It offers complete flexibility for when playing live or simply getting the right configuration in the studio.
Officials at Diago explained that the Patchfactory provides first-class connection reliability, the smallest solderless plug heads and "the most transparent signal transfer available".
When all hooked up it will enable for a more snug fit and can save on space when it comes to fitting various different devices into a pedal board.
James Kitchen, Diago designer, said: "The concept may be familiar, but we've engineered Patchfactory from the ground up. Everything has been fine-tuned to make Patchfactory simple to put together, while still being reliable and great sounding, and all with an exceptionally low profile."
Prices for the Patchfactory range from £4.99 for bulk loose angled patch plugs to £349.99 for 250 foot of cables on a reel.
These new tools will be ideal for a gigging band which may see wear and tear on equipment thanks to the rigours of a tour.
Posted by AW.Posted on 28 Feb 2013 10:40 to category : Instruments News
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