Was thinking about making my own interconnect the other day using solid silver or silver coated OFC copper wire + audio grade 5% silver solder and it got me wondering about using two Neutrick or Oyaide L shaped 3.5mm jacks and sourcing a suitable knurled shiny SS or alloy tube, cut it to the desired length and thread it to screw on to both jacks to form a single piece interconnect.
Repeated strain/stress wear from movement would be removed from the wires increasing wire/interconnect life massively.
It would look very attractive/aesthetically pleasing... well to me at least.
You would have to align both amp and player perfectly with carefully applied 3m dual lock to avoid strain on the threaded union and jack sockets, In which case you would also have to remove both jacks from the units simultaneously which may be difficult or awkward to do if the player & amp had very stiff jack sockets. I'm probably over thinking this as usual and it's not a big issue but I can imagine it requiring both hands to be used pulling on each jack of the interconnect while clamping both amp and player unit with the knees.
+ other unknowns
The cons may outweigh the pros... but worth exploring?