GUNS N' ROSES, Ex-QUIET RIOT Members Talk SNAP JACK Guitar Cables; Video Available

Video footage of HOOKERS N' BLOW members Dizzy Reed (GUNS N' ROSES) and Alex Grossi (ex-QUIET RIOT, BEAUTIFUL CREATURES) talkin ZZYZX Snap Jack guitar cables at this year's NAMM (National Association Of Music Merchants) show, which was held January 15-18 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California, can be viewed below.

According to Guitar World, Snap Jack cables are available in 15- and 20-foot lengths with straight or angled jacks, and the package includes extra jack tips, which are also sold separately. The cable provides the sound quality of a premium cable and its rugged design can withstand years of bumbling mishaps. The jack tip detaches with just the right amount of pressure that makes it easy to switch instruments but difficult to unplug accidentally.


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