Handcrafted Pedalboard Cables
Here at Runway Audio, we have worked hard to make the best cable — so why let that stop at your pedalboard? Our custom patch cables are hand-soldered to the exact length you need. We use a thinner version of our instrument leads with the same super-low capacitance. Our custom patch cables have a 95% braided shielding so that you get full protection from interference regardless of how the cables bend along your board.
Available in a variety of lengths and terminations, you'll be able to find a pedalboard patch cable the exact length you need to perfectly fit your board. Each cable is custom built in Nashville, TN. If you don't see the one you need, just use our custom shop form and we'll adjust your pedalboard patch cable to the exact length that you want.
Runway delivered the *perfect* patch cabling for my board. It sounds terrific--just absolutely transparent. The cable itself offers the exact balance I was looking for between flexibility and durability--slim and slinky enough to flex through tight pedalboard routing, but thick enough to survive the rigors of touring, patching / unpatching on the fly, and repeated board reconfigurations. Construction is superb, too: bomb-proof G&H connectors, soldered beautifully, to the *exact* end-to-end length I specified. I'll be back for more!
Been switching out all of my pedal boards patch cables to Runways. These are super well made and are the best cables I have ever used. Get them you won't be disappointed.
Loving my new Runway Audio guitar cables! Thanks for putting quality craftsmanship back into the lexicon of musician gear manufacturing. You can HEAR the difference. I’ll be ordering some mic cables next. Aloha and mahalo from Kauai!
Will be using these going forward. After initially being thrown off by the size (totally my fault) and chatting with Austin, I connected my 2x12 to my Powerstage (signal from Fractal AX-8). Disconnected AX-8, dead quiet. Connected and started noodling clean tones and the clarity (particularly higher frequencies) was great. I think there is a threshold of diminishing returns, until you find something that completely gets out of the way. To my ear, that’s what these do: keep the signal pure. (I’ve found the guitar cables to do the same thing and will be writing a review, but it’s a little bit tougher to ensure objectivity when you have so many things in the signal path—can confirm they do sound better to my ears, though. No question.)
People are fooling themselves saying you can't hear cable differences. 1 Mogami against 1 Runway Cable. Larger difference in over all sound and clarity than a sceptic like me believed possible. Not a fan of the jacket in any way but tone wins.