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Fender Tone Master Instrument Cable
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12' instrument cable with one straight and one right-angle 1/4" connector.Tone-Master Cables offer excellent tone quality and rugged construction at ...Read More
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12' straight/angled 1/4" instrument cable
12' instrument cable with one straight and one right-angle 1/4" connector.
Tone-Master Cables offer excellent tone quality and rugged construction at an affordable price. Backed by Fender's limited lifetime warranty, Tone-Master Instrument Cables provide great performance you can rely on.
- 99.99% purity OFC copper conductors for superior sound quality.
- Optimal stranding for best frequency balance.
- Maximum noise isolation using two separate shields
- Premium-quality, abrasion-resistant, high-temperature PVC jacket for maximum durability.
- Precision-engineered proprietary connectors for maximum conductivity and reliability.
- Precision-formulated nitrogen-injected foamed polyethylene dielectric for maximum signal transfer and superior tone.
- Carefully controlled impedance characteristics for the best possible instrument sound.
- Exclusive Fender patented multi-conductor architecture.
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This seems like standard Fender fare as cables go-nice cable with truly crappy ends. While I just bought this cable, I fully expect to be replacing the plugs soon--especially after reading the other reviews. Fender, are you listening? Use Switchcraft plugs. Make SOME effort to live up to your once glorious reputation!
Well, I walked into the local, over-priced music store, with a gift certificate in hand. I needed a cable, and this one looked like as good as I was gonna get for a little over my limit.
I really like Fender cable.....I hate their 1/4" male plugs, but I like their cable. I usually buy one, use it a few weeks until the ends fail, cut `em off & replace them with Switchcraft ends-then they're good for several years.
I love this cable. It makes my Gibson Les Paul Vintage Mahogany shine. I compared it to my Specraflex Gold cable and it shimmers in comparison. If the cable stopped working due to a defect I would have Fender replace it under their Limited Lifetime Warranty.
The cable has one straight and one 90 degree end.
The cable is well made.
had the cable for about a year. never gigged with it. kept it at home. didn't have too many accidents (stepping and pulling on it) worked fine until today. though my guitar jack was messed up but the angled end of the cable broke inside the hard plastic shell.i bent the metal part to the side and it was solid wax and plastic. so fixing it would be more trouble than it's worth.it's cheap and it looks good.but make sure to wrap it around your button if you use it.
This cable failed after 6 months of normal use. The connectors are molded so it cannot be repaired.
I purchased this cable from a local music store for 15 bucks. Take it home and it does not work. Tried other cables to make sure it wasnt the amp and they sounded fine. No signal at all. I am a fan of fender and own an american strat. But this is honestly a horrible product..
Normaly I love Fender product. I play bass and inmediately I pluged this cable, it improved my sound. However, I played outside my home like 3 times in the last 3 months and I take care of my things. This cable started to give me probles (I don't know why) and I saw that it didn't lasted too much. Is in the trash can right now. I owned cheaper cables that lasting more that this cable. I will buy a Monster cable now. Sorry Fender. Maybe next time.
The cable looks and sounds great it was exactly what I was looking for in a cable. however, IT LASTED THREE DAYS! I plugged it in between my fender deluxe reverb and my TS-808 one time and it sat their without being moved. my buddy and I were having a blues jam session the other day and the cable stopped working at the angled plug and its all sealed so you cant get in to fix it. Needless to say I was very disappointed in the durability of the cable.
I needed some cables with a right angle plug and wanted them to be low noise. The Fender Tone Masters gave me just that and more tone!If you compare to other cables with similar advanced features,they cost two or three times as much.They are a little slim and very elastic and I'm not sure they could handle heavy use/abuse.I just use mine for casual use and they are PERFECT.