CABLE - BLUE RIGHT-ANGLE PHONE PLUG EXTENSION JUMPER
CABLE - BLUE RIGHT-ANGLE PHONE PLUG EXTENSION JUMPER
CABLE - BLUE RIGHT-ANGLE PHONE PLUG EXTENSION JUMPER
CABLE - BLUE RIGHT-ANGLE PHONE PLUG EXTENSION JUMPER
CABLE - BLUE RIGHT-ANGLE PHONE PLUG EXTENSION JUMPER

CABLE - BLUE RIGHT-ANGLE PHONE PLUG EXTENSION JUMPER

Regular price
$3.00
Sale price
$3.00

The Cable-Blue Adaptor converts a standard 5.5 mm Barrel Plug to a 3.5 mm (1/8”), right-angle Phone Plug with reverse polarity.

The C-BL/R offers the following features:

  • 1 x Female Barrel jack to connect to Power-All or other power source (C-M/M Cable may be required to connect C-BL/R to brick-style power supplies)
  • 1 x right-angle Phone Plug to connect to pedals or other cables
  • 26-gauge Cable with oil-resistant vinyl sheath
  • 10.5” (approx. 264 mm) Cable length between plugs
  • NEW Lo-Pro™ Plug design offers the smallest plug dimensions possible in order to save space on your pedalboard and to make connection to your pedals quick, easy and efficient

power all low profile plug comparison

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Female Barrel Jack (1): 5.5 mm O.D.; 2.1 mm I.D.
  • Right-Angle Male Phone Plug (1): 3.5 mm O.D.; 15 mm plug length
  • Cable: 26-gauge, OFC with oil-resistant vinyl sheath
  • 10.5” (approx. 264 mm) Cable length between plugs

TIPS:

  • Output polarity of C-BL/R’s Male Phone Plug will be the reverse polarity of source connected to Female Barrel Jack (i.e. if source is tip-negative, then C-BL/R output polarity will be tip-positive)
  • Connect C-M/M Cable to C-BL/R’s Female Barrel Jack to connect to brick-style power supplies or other sources with Female Power Output Jacks
  • For Dunlop DC Brick, connect Male Phone Plug to DC Brick & Female Barrel Jack to C-M/M, Daisy-Chain*, Y-Splitter* or Adaptor Cables
  • Connect Cable-Red to Female Barrel Jack of the C-BL/R to reverse (flip) the output polarity of the Male Phone plug

NOTE:

Some pedals that require tip-positive polarity at their power input are actually wired with a positive ground to chassis. Some examples of this are the Fuzz Face & Tonebender and many boutique pedals based on these designs.

Pedals with this ground configuration cannot be powered from a series power source (i.e. a Daisy Chain) along with pedals that have a negative ground to chassis.

In this case, the GH-1 Ground Hound could be used on the positive-ground pedal to allow it to be powered along with negative-ground to chassis pedals off the same Daisy Chain.

Please contact us at info@godlyke.com for more information on this issue.

*Sum of current draws of pedals used should not exceed maximum output current of Power Supply.