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Replacing Real Tone Cable's plug


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As I've read around there it seems that this cable has really low quality plug and it tends to get easily borken. As for me, is really annoying that buzz that sounds sometimes, and here's my prob, should I replace the plug (pay someone who knows to do this? Could the cable get unusable?

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Thank you guys! I'll try to bring the cable to a guitar repairing store and see what happens. 

I don't dare to do the soldering work for myself  :D

 

Edit: Finally fixed it, thank you guys! Now it sounds better than before!

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You can easily change the plug if you are willing to do some soldering, wich really isn't hard and you can get a solder iron pretty cheap. And usually it's just the connection of the wires or a bend in the wires near the plug so most likely you don't even need to change the plug but just resolder them.

 

Saved me a lot of money from having to buy new guitar cables  :D

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