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A lot of equipment has to go into place to set up a stage or studio, and connecting it all together takes quite a few different cables. Have you ever had performance issues that you just can't seem to pin down, because all of your hardware seems to be working great? Chances are that it came down to a cable. They're some of the easiest things to overlook, which is a little bit ironic since cables are among the most important parts of your setup. The good news is that all it takes is a quality cable to ensure your connections are solid, and those are exactly what you'll get from Mogami.
For any musician, it's a safe bet that you're well-acquainted with patch cords and instrument cables. After all, these are the first link between your instrument and your amplifier or electronics rack. Mogami really sets the standard here - just take a look at the Platinum Guitar Cable for instance. A great performance means a lot of movement for you and your guitar onstage, so they've put in a reinforced connector that can stand up to it. And that's just one example; there are plenty of other cables to choose from, so you can definitely find what you need, whether it's a right-angled connector or even an adapter cable.
If you're a touring musician or studio engineer, you're probably all too familiar with the issue of "wire spaghetti" behind racks or on pedalboards. There's a simple solution to that, of course: when the cable doesn't have to reach very far, you can clean things up with a stubby one. Mogami has a number of 10"-and-under patch cords available, and they're the perfect way to solve tangled messes once and for all.
These are just to name a few of the cable types in the Mogami lineup, so no matter what sort of instrument or professional audio cable you're looking for, you should definitely take a look - you'll probably find it here. And with Mogami's build quality and reputation standing behind it, you can be certain that your new cable will handle whatever you have to throw at it.