The Hosa CFS606 is a 6 pack of 6" in length 1/4" cables. They are right angled, making them perfect plugging into pedals. I've only used these for hooking up my guitar pedal chain, as these are perfect for this type of use due to their short length in addition to the right angle style. While perhaps not the thickest cables out there, you can really only expect so much from a 6 pack of cables at this price. Having said this, I can't say I've ever had a problem with these cables in terms of them breaking, as I've had mine for a while. I have lost a few of them along the way, but never had a problem with them crapping out or breaking. I like that they are so short as they don't leave too much slack between pedals, but there is still enough to have them sit apart from each other comfortably. Too many patch cables for pedals leave too much slack and make it hard to position them comfortably. The right angle also makes a big difference when it comes to this, as when small patch cables are not right angled, it definitely makes it harder to position your pedals comfortably - at least that's what I've found. These aren't the only small patch cables that I have around to connect my pedals, as I have a whole ton of pedals that I will switch in and out depending on what I want. However, they are definitely some of the first ones that I go to when I'm setting up my pedals. In fact, I would say that they are the default 6 inch cables that I will use. There isn't too much more to say about the Hosa CFS606 six pack of 6" 1/4" cables that isn't self explanatory. If you need some small patch cables for your pedals, the Hosa CFS606 six pack is definitely some of the best bang for your buck out there.