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Solid Cables new Dynamic Arc Ultra Guitar Cable outperforms any other pro guitar cable on the market. Solid Cables C.E.O., Nial McGaughey, engineered the Dynamic Arc Ultra Guitar Cable with a formidable task — to please a musician with a highly critical ear and an ability to survive any gig. Solid Cables was born out of McGaughey's desire to create "a cable that was extremely rugged, gig friendly, abuse proof and offers exceptional tone."

The Dynamic Arc Ultra combines the strength of Jack Lalanne and the sleekness of a luxury designed car. Sophisticated wiring is a key element to the guitar cable's design. The defining characteristic of this cable is its rugged design. Billed as the world's toughest cable, it can literally pull an object weighing six to ten thousand pounds without breaking. Studio pros and live performers all rave about the "clear, full sound it delivers." The cable makes a notable audio enhancement on any instrument. The clear sound allows you to hear any instrument. Improved note detail and complexity make this cable the go to cable for producers. Quality design features include all metal ends, without any plastic and a lifetime warranty. The Dynamic Arc Ultra is available in stock lengths from 12 to 21 feet.

The Dynamic Arc Ultra Features:

  • Conductor: ultra pure oxygen free copper for the most harmonic content
  • Solder: high silver content alloy for clearest sound
  • Armor: tear strength of 6000 PSI - you could tow a car with one if you had to
  • Ends: nickel plated — all metal for classic tone
  • Insulation: 1kV shorting resistance
  • Ultra quiet: no handling noise, not microphonic, resists up to 98% of EMI/RFI noise
  • Hand assembled in Pasadena, California
  • Triple strain relief
  • All parts chemically welded together using the same stuff they use on dragsters and fighter jets.
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Available in stock lengths from 12 to 21 feet
  • The Ultra is available in dusk cherry or carbon black


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