Hey, folks. I got myself a voodoo labs px-8 to start controlling my amp channels with midi and switch pedals in and out of the signal chain simultaneously. It's been loads of fun, but I have run into a patch cable conundrum. Even with all my combinations of solderless george l's, EBS flat patch cables and whatever other discount cable I've had lying around, it has been untidy and unreliable, and I still haven't been able to wire up all the pedals that I want on the board. As a result I am strongly considering the option of soldering my own cables. I have an iron which I have barely touched except for the occasional pickup swap or mod in the guitar itself, and haven't had the confidence to try anything like wiring up a pedal or amplifier. So I would like to accomplish two things firstly tidying up my first real midi + loop switching board with custom DIY patch cables and secondly up my soldering game for future projects! Products under consideration: Mogami 2319 or similar cable Unsure of which plugs but I know that I would like: a. Short body straight plugs for all the crowded jacks in the back of the switcher b. Pancake right angle plugs for the jacks on the sides of pedals so pedals can be packed closer together c. More standard right angle plugs for a couple of the pedals with multiple jacks on the sides too closely packed to use pancakes. If you think I am forgetting anything, or have a tip or product recommendation please let me know, thank you!