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Fender ElectroVolt 1/4" Instrument Cable
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For players who don't need fancy looks, but do want the best tone. Plain black rubber casing. Oxygen-free copper wire, braided copper shielding, and ...Click To Read More About This Product
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For players who don't need fancy looks, but do want the best tone. Plain black rubber casing. Oxygen-free copper wire, braided copper shielding, and heavy-duty, shrink-wrapped ends. 6" has right-angle ends, 1' is angle - straight, and all others are straight - straight.
- Plain black rubber casing
- Oxygen-free copper (OFC) wire
- Braided copper shielding
ElectroVolt 1/4" Instrument Cable
- Limited lifetime warranty
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Most Liked Positive Review
Decent Cable as a Backup
I received a Fender Electro-Volt 18-Foot 1/4" Instrument Cable (Fender Item #0990318006) in a promo package that came free with an SWR bass cabinet. The Electro-Volt cable is decent...Read complete review
I received a Fender Electro-Volt 18-Foot 1/4" Instrument Cable (Fender Item #0990318006) in a promo package that came free with an SWR bass cabinet. The Electro-Volt cable is decent enough for me to keep as a spare cable, and to sometimes use while casually playing music. Although it works fine, it's not the best-quality cable for transmitting a clean signal. In comparing the Electro-Volt with the other cables I use, Planet Waves beats this Fender model hands-down! If I ever lost my Electro-Volt cable, I would not buy a new one. I highly recommend the purchase of a Planet Waves PW-G-20 or PW-GRA-20 in lieu of this product.
Most Liked Negative Review
Dont buy these cables
Whats with the cancer warning and birth defect sticker that came on all of my cables??(this product contains materials known to cause cancer and birth defects)Dont tell me that fender uses lead...Read complete review
Whats with the cancer warning and birth defect sticker that came on all of my cables??(this product contains materials known to cause cancer and birth defects)Dont tell me that fender uses lead in their solder,thats a throwback to 20 years ago.I sent these cables back,fender can keep these cables and their cancer causing materials.These cables sound terrible,you get what you pay for.Electrovolt my ...,these cables are a lawsuit waiting to happen
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so i have 2 of these & they are great. ive had them for 2 years and have had no problems with them. no buzzing or anything. probably gonna buy another while im on here. i highly recommend these to anyone whether they can afford monster cables or not. buy this one
While being a Gibson guitar guy, I always liked the reliability and longevity of the Fender cable. Recently, I thought maybe I was missing out on something and purchased the Monster cable. It's a great cord but I honestly don't hear any difference from the Fender. The only difference is that the Monster cable has "cord memory", you know like a garden hose that only wants to roll one way, but the Fender behaves a lot better in that respect. I'm going back to the Fender shown here....it's simply stuff that works.
I wouldn't recommend this cable to any serious players, it makes a lot of noise, and does not have the best sound. It stopped working after about 4 months of play.
I've had two of the ten foot cables for a few years and they've been reliable and noise free. They are, in fact, my most trusted cables.
Personally I don't see why everybody has a preference for Italian made cables, spending $40 to $60 dollars on cables is just stupid. After all, they're just cables. I had to throw one of these cables away tonight after a year and a half of constant abuse and strain, I would gladly pay twice what these cables are worth for their lifespan alone. I bought some Ibanez cables three weeks ago to replace them, and they'er already starting to crackle and pop. (Without any strain at all!!!) Buy these cables, you'll be glad you did.
I have one that i use and it fits good and has amazing sound and conductability.
It is great it makes no noise when i walk Long and has almost no signal noise.
6" pedal patch cables are decent. Don't think I'd really trust them for long runs though.I take them apart and put better cable on the plugs. WAY cheaper than buying switchcraft or neutrik right angle plugs individually, and since they're used in my pedalboard they're never really strained.As inexpensive cables go, these are at or just above average.
I have used the same three ElectroVolt 6" cables for a good 3-4 years now. Never use a pedal board so I am always connecting and disconnecting these cables from my pedals. Never had a problem. No audible interference or distortions and no problems with craftsmanship.
noise with movement, static "lightning" sounds. Replacing them now after 1-2 years of light use.