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  • Best Guitar Cable out there? In your opinion!

    I am looking to get the best of the best in Guitar Cable, 20 ft. with Gold Plated, anybody having great success with a certain brand right now. And I ned one with a Lifetime Warranty! Please let me know, email me at: tmd187@psu.edu or PM with your vote! thanks
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  • #2
    Look at the cables on zepmans music .com, i think i'm gonna try one.
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    • #3
      It depends on what kind of music you play and what kind of tone you want. Take a look at this it should help you decide for yourself. Make sure you don't just look at the numbers, read the reviews on each cable as well.
      http://www.lavacable.com/myweb/CableSummit4.pdf

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      • #4
        i have had a cbi gold rush for a while now and its a great piece. Gold plated jacks and vintage cloth covered cable. I got it from mars music so it is probably more than a couple years old.
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        '82 Marshall JCM 800 2204 <br />
        CeriaTone 18w TMB clone<br />
        Marshall JTM45 RI <br />
        Class 5 combo with G10 Gold Alnico <br />
        '63 RI Fender tube reverb unit<br />
        '66 Fender vibro-champ <br />
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        • #5
          Ive had good luck with Mogami cables. Not too expensive and good clarity.
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          Martin D-15<br />
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          Marshall Bluesbreaker<br />
          Fender Twin<br />
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          • #6
            Buy some professional (low capacitance) instrument cable and solder the jacks on yourself. You can have a top quality cable for around $20. Gold plated connectors are not a particularly good idea for guitar cables - it just wears off.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Songman68
              It depends on what kind of music you play and what kind of tone you want.[/url]


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              • #8
                Originally posted by walfordr
                Buy some professional (low capacitance) instrument cable and solder the jacks on yourself. You can have a top quality cable for around $20. Gold plated connectors are not a particularly good idea for guitar cables - it just wears off.


                Yup.

                Klotz La Grange and Neutrik jacks would be my choice.
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                • #9
                  Yeah, either the Klotz or Evidence audio from www.lavacable.com with neutrik jacks.

                  Best cables ever no contest.
                  Music n such

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                  • #10
                    Can you guys really tell the difference between the sound in cables? Then what about patch cables?

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                    • One-armed Alec
                      One-armed Alec commented
                      Editing a comment

                      thepoisonchef wrote:
                      Can you guys really tell the difference between the sound in cables?

                      Yes, but (speaking personally) generally only if plugged straight into an amp that has a very good clean fidelity, with a clear high-end


                  • #11
                    I like Fender. Sounds good and not real thick. Doesn't cost much either.

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                    • #12
                      Planet Waves.
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                      • #13
                        Bill Lawrence sells 50 ft of high quality low-capacitance cable with 10 solderless connectors (system similar to George L's) for ~ $50. I bought it and the cables I put together are top-notch. They don't look that great but they are very solid and don't color the sound at all.

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                        • #14
                          I was using a George L's cable until I read the review I posted ubove on cables. That was when I went back to my Planet Waves cable. Which is better for heavy distortion type of tones according to the Lava cable reviews. Plus that damn George L's cable kept kinking up and it was driving me friggin crazy.

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                          • #15
                            I use Planet Waves , I gig quite a lot and never had problems.

                            I'm sure there are other great cables even better than PW but PW ones do a good job for me

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