BCC-3-TRAInterconnect Cable


Stage-Ready TRS Cable for Footswitches, Expression Pedals, and Audio Connections

Heavy-duty TRS cable with straight to right-angle 1/4-inch connectors, 3 ft./1 m length. Also available in 20 ft./6 m (BCC-20-TRA) and 30 ft./9 m (BCC-30-TRA) lengths.

Rugged and versatile, BOSS BCC TRS cables are perfect for onstage connections with the GA-FC Foot Controller for BOSS and Roland guitar amps. They’re also great for connecting footswitches and expression pedals to stompboxes and multi-effects, plus audio transfer between sound devices with TRS jacks. Oxygen-free copper wire ensures precise signal transmission with maximum noise rejection, while 24K gold plating keeps the plugs corrosion-free. And in addition to its great looks, the woven outer jacket offers another layer of noise rejection and eliminates tangles over long runs.

Standard Features

  • Straight and right-angle plugs for connection versatility
  • Oxygen-free copper center conductor
  • High-density, oxygen-free copper spiral shielding
  • 24K gold-plated 1/4-inch TRS connectors
  • Heavy-duty black woven jacket
  • Works for both TRS control connections and stereo/balanced audio transfer
  • Perfect for use with the GA-FC Foot Controller for Katana, Nextone, Blues Cube, and other BOSS/Roland amps
  • Three lengths available
  • Lifetime guarantee

Different Lengths for Different Needs

• BCC-3-TRA—3 ft./1 m cable for connecting the EV-30 Expression Pedal to a GA-FC Foot Controller, or an EV-30 or FS-series footswitch to pedals and multi-effects.

• BCC-20-TRA—20 ft./6 m cable, ideal for connecting a GA-FC to a BOSS/Roland amp on small to mid-size stages.

• BCC-30-TRA—Extra-long 30 ft./9 m cable, ideal for connecting a GA-FC to a BOSS/Roland amp on large stages.

Cable Length
[BCC-3-TRA] 1 m, 36 inches

[BCC-20-TRA] 6 m, 240 inches

[BCC-30-TRA] 9 m, 360 inches
1/4-inch TRS - 1/4-inch TRS Angled
*The specifications are subject to change without notice.
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