Guitar pedal couplers are those straight metal male/male 1/4″ jacks that seemingly allow you to connect all your pedals together using minimal space on your pedal board. Yes, this may seem like a great idea on the surface, but it should never be done under any circumstance!
Why? Because not allowing any flex between connections of pedals, different jack height (even slight) and the constant pressure of stepping on the pedals, will destroy jacks as well as the circuit boards they’re soldered to! Needless to say, you do not want to do this.
Instead, use something like these patch cables. This way you will have flex between each connection, and there will be no risk of destroying your investments! You’ll thank me later!
In this video I unbox, test, and review the Cloud Chorus by Sonicake. It’s a small footprint, true bypass, chorus pedal that sounds pretty great! Pick up one of these for yourself here. For about $50, Sonicake makes an extremely high quality guitar fx pedal. It’s built in a high quality metal box, features a metal toggle switch for intensity, level and depth controls, as well as a big knob for speed.
Overall I think the pedal is very nice. It has a nice vintage type tone and can go from subtle to crazily intense chorus. Watch the video above for a sound test. I look forward to more good stuff from this Sonicake!