It's important to keep yourself prepared for every gig. Your guitar may look great and your amp may be top of the line, but without cables no one is ever going to hear them. Luckily, there is a wide assortment of instrument cables available to suit the needs of any musician. You might be surprised to learn that there are a lot of things to keep in mind when you're purchasing instrument cables. First you need to ask yourself â€œWhat am I going to be using this for?" Different cables are ideal for different jobs. For example, if you're daisy chaining your collection of pedals, you may want to check out the DiMarzio Jumper Cable Pedal Coupler or the Musician's Gear Pedal Coupler Cable Angled. Both are conveniently sized to allow you to maximize your pedal setup without having to deal with annoying tangles. However, there are times when a shorter cable simply will not do, especially if you want the freedom to roam the stage while you're performing. With options available ranging from 4 feet to over 25 feet, you won't feel restricted to one area of when you're playing your instrument.
For those who are looking for a little flash when they're playing, there are several instrument cables available to help you stand out. The Musician's Gear Tweed Right Angle Instrument Cable offers a seriously hip design that's definitely going to complement your style. If you're into more of a retro vibe, the Lava Retro Coil 20 Foot Instrument Cable Straight-Right Angle is a total blast from the past, with a cool, head turning coil design. Durable cables are easily overlooked for their role in your sound, but without them, you're probably not going to get very far. With an assortment of cables at your disposal, you will be ready to plug in and play without issue, making them a must have for any musician