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CoreX2 Acoustic Cable
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The CoreX2 Acoustic Instrument Cable is 20' (6.1m) long and covered with a flexible argyle-patterned woven jacket.As serious musicians and audiophile...Click To Read More About This Product
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Audiophile-grade cables for the discerning acoustic musician.
The CoreX2 Acoustic Instrument Cable is 20' (6.1m) long and covered with a flexible argyle-patterned woven jacket.
As serious musicians and audiophiles know, acoustic instruments produce a range of frequencies that are wider than their electric counterparts”ranging from deep lows to extended highs. Acoustic instrument cables must be designed differently than ordinary electric instrument cables in order to capture all the nuances.
With this concept in mind, Core One carefully selects 3 separate wire gauges specifically created to reproduce well-defined lows, mids, and highs and combines them to provide the utmost tonal balance for your acoustic guitar.
CoreX2 uses 99.99% oxygen-free copper which has far fewer crystals per foot than ordinary commodity copper and therefore fewer obstacles for your signal to cross, so your guitar delivers a natural, clean, pure tone with less loss and minimal distortion.
Wrapped with audiophile-grade components in a flexible argyle-patterned woven jacket and paired with gold-plated connectors encased in detailed hardwood, you will look as good as you sound.
The professional-grade Core X2 Acoustic Cable is made for professional and home studios, as well as for stage use.
- Specifically created to reproduce well-defined lows, mids, and highs
- 99.99% oxygen-free copper
- Flexible argyle patterned woven jacket
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I purchased this cable to check out the brand and to see how their products performed. This cable is made well and with quality components. The wood jacks are a bit of a gimick but look ok. The deal breaker for this cable is how stiff it is. If you are familiar with the yellow jacket Romex wire used to wire residential construction projects like the typical house in California, then you know how stiff this cable is. It will not lay flat if it get a loop in it (the loop will stick up and be a tripping hazard), the cable will kink due to the stiffness.I do not recommend this cable because of the stiffness. I really don't understand why anyone would produce a cable this stiff. They must have realized how impossible it is to use this cable in a practical sense. I'm sure the explanation from Core x2 would be that the cable is made from 3 separate wires in a single jacket and that is why it is stiff - that may be why it is stiff but does not answer the question of what made them think anyone would want to deal with a cable this stiff.This is another example of audiophile mentality creeping into the music equipment industry. We need high quality but we don't need gimicks - leave all of that for the hi-fi freaks that actually believe in all of that audiophile hype. Save your money and buy a good quality instrument cable and don't get sucked in to all the hype about capacitance numbers and oxygen molecules, numners of strands vs soild cable etc. I have even seen the biggest myth of all showing up in music equipment resellers inventory - the expensive power cable. This is pure hype, there are far too many variables in the enviroments musicians play for a power cable to make any difference - avoid products that make claims that sound far too good to be true.