"Dan uses a coiled cable by Divine, Divine Noise Coiled Cable, and it goes behind him right to his amplifiers, not down to the pedalbaord anymore. So because it's coiled and it goes back behind him he doesn't have to grab the cable and move it out of his way anytime or ever anymore. That keeps the signal path really short because, of course, you don't want to have really long cables. We used to have really long cable runs but now we don't. We just have the guitar lead going into the rack and it's parked right behind the amps so it comes right out of the rack and into the amplifiers. So the only long cable is the one on his guitar. That made a complicated situation for the volume," says Dan Auerbach's guitar tech about the Divine Noise Curly Cable.more
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