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I lost the cable to connect the guitar the the amp

I bought a new one but it doesn't seem to work so i was wondering if it was the right size... what size cable fits in the guitar?

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The connector should be a 6.3mm (quarter inch) mono jack plug. And don't buy the curly cable.

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