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Epiphone 20' Instrument Cable
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20' instrument cable. Premium 6.7 mm noiseless cable, nickel-plated gold tip with one right angle jack....Click To Read More About This Product
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20' instrument cable. Premium 6.7 mm noiseless cable, nickel-plated gold tip with one right angle jack.
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I bought a few of these a while ago, and one already broke. We are pretty careful with our stuff too. They look nice, but you could probably go for better cables, even at the price. They just feel cheap, and come apart all the time. I will say, however, that I am using them for speaker cables, and they seem to work better there.
I would not recommend the 20' Epiphone cable (1 straight end, 1 angled end). The metal plugs are made some kind of sub-standard metal - they are TOO SOFT. The straight end of mine bent slightly on first use from the weight of the cable pulling down on it. Also, judging from the numerous cables and adapters I own, the music industry seems to be using two "standard" size plug shapes. The two shapes are nearly identical, but one is about 1/8" longer. This cable comes with these longer jacks, so when I push them into my amp or guitar, they pop right back out 1/8". It doesn't disrupt the sound, but I'm annoyed that this Epiphone cable doesn't fit my Epiphone guitar perfectly.
Not noisy at all, but the ends are a little big. Also the 90 end, then plug part needs to stick out more so ya don't have to push it in and check to make sure it went all the way. The plug part goes in all the way up to the turn and it looks like it isn't plugged in all the way even if it is. But...heavy duty, cheap and not noisy at all. Looks pro too!!
I've been using this cable for a few months now and it doesn't interfere with my playing, looks pro, and doesn't make a noticeably different sound than a monster cable..
These are OK cables for the price. I however wouldn't recommend if you are planning on doing a lot of plugging and unplugging. One of mine broke off inside an effects box and was very difficult to get out. Another just came apart a few days after purchase. If your budget allows, go for the higher quality cables.