Ive been reading up about quality cable and cable length, and the effect it has on your tone. Ive read the Pete Cornish view on true bypass and how you dont want to run 60 feet of cable unbuffered. My question is, do effects loop runs count in this? If I run a 20 ft cable to a true bypass box and then another 15ft cable to my amp, Im running a total of 35 feet unbuffered before the amp input. I know I can put a pedal in the chain, but Im not sure that a simple Boss Chorus pedal would do more good than harm as far as a buffer. Assuming I have another 15ft there and back run for my effects loop (30 ft total and assume no pedals in play just another true bypass box connecting them directly together), am I now running 65ft of unbuffered cable? Is that bad? Or does the effects loop not really count in the unbuffered signal loss issue because it is after the preamp? I was going to pick up some Lava Canares (I find $30 per cable acceptable, Im not looking to go higher in price) to replace all of my current cables (mix of Whirlwinds, etc.). I was just wondering if I was running too much cable all together. I dont see how I could make it any less, still use an effects loop, and still be able to move around on stage. All of the effects in my board are going through a true bypass box with George Ls in between them, so when I hit bypass on my switch/looper (Wobo Proglooper), the clean signal goes through zero effects. The path is: Guitar ---> Proglooper ---> Amp Input, Out through Amp Effects Send ---> Proglooper Effects Input ---> Out Proglooper Effects Output to Amp Effects Return. (4 cables represented by each arrow.) Im looking for any advice or encouragement/discouragement.