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Rapco 20' Stereo Guitar or Insert Cable w/ Right Angle - YCBL/2-NNP-20

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This is a brand new Rapco 20' Stereo Guitar/Insert Cable with a Right Angle End. This cable is designed for Stereo Guitars or Effects Send/Return.

Product Details:
The YCBL/2-NNP-20 is primarily designed for use with stereo guitars where the pickups are split into 2 separate channels, and you want to feed 2 separate amplifiers or a stereo processor. It is the same as an insert cable that allows mixing consoles to send/return unbalanced signals to an outboard effect processor. If your mixer has a 1/4″ insert jack on it for each channel, this is the cable you need to send and receive using that I/O. The YCBL/2-NNP-20 is a 20-foot cable that features a balanced 1/4″ TRS right-angle connector on one end split out to a 1/4″ Tip and 1/4″ Ring connector on the other.

These cables come with a "limited lifetime warranty" against defects in workmanship and material.

  • Length: 20 Foot
  • High-grade 20awg wire
  • Configured for TRS Tip (red band) as left, and Ring (blue band) as right
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

Warranty Period:
Limited Lifetime

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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Diisononyl Phthalate and Antimony Oxide which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. Go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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