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Analysis Plus Black Oval Instrument Cable - Silent 1/4" Straight to 1/4" Angle
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This Analysis Plus' Black Oval instrument cable has silent 1/4" plugs (1 straight, 1 angled) that enable you to switch instruments without running to...Click To Read More About This Product
Get a cleaner sound while playing and when changing instruments with this cable's special connectors.
This Analysis Plus' Black Oval instrument cable has silent 1/4" plugs (1 straight, 1 angled) that enable you to switch instruments without running to the amplifier and turning down the volume. The silent plug is a special version 2-pole plug (mono plug) with an integrated switch which automatically mutes (shorts) a guitar cable to avoid annoying pops and squeals when hot swapping guitars. The unique design, with its spring-loaded ground sleeve, creates a more reliable switching plug than others on the market, with a 1/2-inch profile that fits your guitar.
What Analysis Plus considers to be its best flex-and-feel instrument cables, the Black Oval series is an ROHS compliant, completely green cable that sounds as good as it feels. The cable has 20 gauge conductors, a conductive sheath to eliminate microphonics, and an oval center conductor with a hollow oval return.
The cable, connectors, packaging, and it's design are all done in the USA.
- 1/4" silent connectors (1 straight, 1 angled) designed to reduce noise when unplugging from amps while they are turned on
- 2-pole plugs (mono plugs) have integrated switch which automatically mutes (shorts) a guitar cable
- Spring-loaded ground sleeve
- 1/2-inch profile
- ROHS compliant
- 20 gauge conductors
- Conductive sheath eliminates microphonics
- Oval center conductor with hollow oval return
- Made in the USA
Buy this silent cable and eliminate the noises you normally get when unplugging from your amp.