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Spectraflex Guitar Cable
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Feature an external nylon braid that physically protects the cable while adding flexibility. It will not rip or tear, and washes clean with soap and ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Feature an external nylon braid that physically protects the cable while adding flexibility. It will not rip or tear, and washes clean with soap and water. Inside, the 20-gauge copper conduction is surrounded by 5 layers: Di-Electric, conducting PVC Shield, Spiral Shield, PVC Jacket, and Nylon Braid. Colors may vary. Guaranteed for 25 years.
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I have used the same Spectraflex Cable for about four years now and haven't had the slightest trouble. It is the most durable cable I have ever seen and looks sweet too. Well Worth the Money.
These cables are awesome. The silent lpug on it is cool, you can take aout hte plug and it is silent. They are also very cool looking. Get one that matches your guitar. I only wish they were a little cheaper.
i have used monster cable next to exclusively for about three years now, and i was recently turned on to spectraflex from my guitar instructor. when he said that spectraflex was the best cable out there, he wasn't kidding. i have recently discovered as well that rewiring my whole rig with spectraflex is not only going to be better for my sound than monster cable, but also better on the wallet. doing it with monster cable was about $**, but with spectraflex it will only be about $**! now when i reallized this, spectraflex just killed anything i may have had with monster cable. not dogging monster cable for a bad product, but more of pushing specraflex. if you can honestly tell me that higher quality and a lower price doesn't attract you, then you are the type who only pays for a name rather than quality.
I used to buy those ordinary cables you get at any music store, and they would always go bad, usually at the worst possible time. I must have spent hundreds of dollars on cables in the span of a few years. Then I picked up a spectraflex one day because it seemed like a nice quality cable and it looked slick. That's been about seven years ago, and I still use that same cable every day with my bass rig. Not only has it lasted that long, but in a side by side comparison with an ordinary cable it sounds noticibly better. I won't use anything but spectraflex for any of my gear; I just wish MF would carry more of the line than just guitar cables.
Now you could pay more, and you will certainly pay less for other cables. I find Spectraflex cables to be the best thing I have found to date. The second you hold one in your hand, you know you have a quality piece of craftmanship. I own a half dozen of these cables and they just sound great. I have never had a problem and they just plain look good. The nylon braid resists tangling and the reinforced jackets around the jack are a work of art. I will never own or use another cable. Do yourself and your axe a favor and pick up your favorite color.
This is a high quality cable that works very quietly and has never failed. The only problem is it a bit pricey for the length. The quality of the cable makes up for it. I have been using it for well over a year and it has always worked as well as the day that I got it.