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George L's Pre-Made .155 Cable
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Solderless connections. Braided shielding. In a review in Guitar Player, these topped a crowd of 40 cable brands for superior performance. 15'....Click To Read More About This Product
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Solderless connections. Braided shielding. In a review in Guitar Player, these topped a crowd of 40 cable brands for superior performance. 15'.
- Braided shielding
- Superior performance
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Awesome tone and volume. I use these for the effects loop in my amp and, different from other higher priced cables, have no loss of signal or volume. I also use the vintage red cabe as main line, and the patch cable kit between effects. These things are great!! I will purchase more of these.
Researched these cables extensively before buying because I was sick of bad cables ruining my gigs. I liked the idea of being able to do repairs on the fly. That said - I've never had to. These cables have performed flawlessly from day one and just keep going strong. Total tone tranparency too.For those complaining about how these kink and don't "lay" - find yourseld a good stage hand who can show you how to properly coil a cable. If you are wrapping it around your arm you are wrong! These cables are stiff but will lay just fine if you don't put a bias in them when you coil them.
It's great quality cable but here's the thing- you'd have to get about 20 feet for a six foot run because it's too strong and tense, without being heavy enough to lay down right. It's almost like a spring. It stays coiled up! The connection is solder-less so it's just fastened with a screw. If it's done right it's still under par. A screw through a cable is not even as "permanent" as those soldered connections we're always having to re-solder. Only this way, you have to cut some cable off to fix it, so your cable gets shorter. It IS quality cable, but that's all it is and it should be cheaper. Maybe the thicker one would work better for a guitar cable. I might cut mine up for effects cables.
This cable gets tangled up way too easily due to the fact that the cable itself is much too thin. The ends are VERY noisy which is a HUGE problem when you're running through a house PA. I bought 2 at the time, a 10 foot and a 20 foot. The jacks are way too noisy for me. I thought it was my guitar jack that needed to be repaired. It wasn't the guitar,I went back to monster cables and my problems were resolved.