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Re: Instrument Cables
« Reply #14 on: July 29, 2010, 09:22:19 pm »

Also. Live Wire Advantage cables are good for the price. They're not bad and they're not terribly great. You only pay about $1 a foot. Lifetime warranty, and they're so styled so simply there's no reason not to like them!
Gibson Les Paul Special
Electra X260
Squier Precision Bass MIJ
Science Hellhawk 100w
Ampeg VT-22/V-4
Science Mother
Mojotone Bluesbreaker 2x12
Mojotone British 4x12
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Re: Instrument Cables
« Reply #15 on: August 03, 2010, 04:55:20 am »

If you can, I recommend going the DIY route.  Neutrik NP2X connectors are mechanically well designed in that they really isolate the soldered wire from mechanical stress, and at $2.50/connector, they're not too ridiculously priced.  As for the cable itself, just get something with a braided shield, and you'll have a fairly durable cable.  It'll probably work out to around $1/ft for a 10' cable, and unlike the overpriced Monster garbage (a quick search turned up a 12' cable for $40!), you can repair this yourself should the need arise.