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Rocksmith Tone Cable Repaired

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Offline   kyle2525


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My Cable got damaged, either at the connector or mabey it was run over with a wheel of a chair, but it had a really bad constant buzz, so I chopped off most the cable and soldered a new 15ft cable to the end, works awesome!

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Offline   Alex360


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Ez fix, you may want wireless module, which way too expensive :lol:

as someone suggested earlier, try to minimize harassment on RT cable, use di-box or female-female connector(make it static) so you can plug in another cable and don't worry about RT cable, something like that..

Offline   Smash54


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I do the second female to female. When I used the RS cable only I would have connection issues since I'm moving the USB plug.

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