Not a durability question, but more of a sound-quality one. If I have a buffer in my guitar, does it really matter whether I'm using Hosa cable with molded plugs or Mogami cable with Neutriks? There really shouldn't be any signal loss with the low impedance signal, no? I've been following the "cables are like tires" philosophy (they aren't pretty but you need good ones), and I have a good durable cable for guitar>amp, but now I've got the OBEL and some pedals, with more to come in the future. Does cable quality matter for patches and short runs with a buffered signal? I don't mind spending money on good cables if they're necessary, but I don't want to waste it. Opinions?
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