Cables are considered accessories themselves, so there's probably one question on your mind when you look at this section: "do I need accessories for my accessories?" As it turns out, the answer tends to be "yes!" The thing about cables is that they're not exactly the best-behaved parts of a pro audio setup: they can get tangled, they don't really have an established method for packing up and storing, and figuring out how best to transport them can be a real head-scratcher. That's where all of these cable accessories come into the picture. Their job, in simple terms, is to make your cables easier to handle - and cable management is something that no music professional should ever overlook. Some of the most cable-heavy setups are pro audio systems, so it makes perfect sense that a lot of the cable accessories here are aimed at them specifically. Take a look at the Cord-Lox Coil N' Carry Snake Handle, for instance: with its carrying handle and wall hanger, it's definitely a cut above any run-of-the-mill cable strap. Want to tidy up your cables while they're installed for a gig? Check out the 8-foot American Recorder Technologies Snakeskin Cable Management. Need a place to hang up your spare cables for quick access in the studio? The Raxxess Studio Cable Depot Wall Mount has you covered. Maybe you're here not to manage cables, but to modify them? If so, here are a few suggestions to get you started: the Lava Solder-Free Plug Cap is just what the doctor ordered for repairs or capping off a homemade cable, and the American Recorder Technologies Wire Strippers are a tool that every tinker should have on hand. If you're looking for a way to trim down some overlong cables, look no further than the D'Addario Planet Waves cable Station Mini Cable Cutter. Just like anything else, building and modifying cables is all about having the right tools for the job. Whether you're trying to get the most out of your favorite instrument and equipment cables, or taking apart stock cables to custom-build the best wiring for your needs, this lineup of cable accessories is full of great supplies to make it happen. From bundling cables up to installing them in venues to simply hanging your guitar cable more neatly on the instrument, you're in the right place to solve cabling dilemmas both big and small.
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