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Cables & Snakes
Cables & Snakes
Cables and snakes are a common sight on stage and studio floors - after all, they're essential accessories for every production setup. From microphone and instrument cables to guitar patchcords, adapters for pedals and multi-channel stage snakes, every cable and snake you need should be chosen wisely. With that in mind, this selection is filled with cables and snakes of the highest quality from top audio brands like Musician's Gear, Livewire and AV Link - so you'll have no problem finding what you're looking for.
With a catalog as extensive as this one, you might want to consider refining your search with the "Category" function. By doing so, you can narrow down your options to specific cables and snakes and in the process make your search a lot easier. For example, if you click on "audio snakes", you'll be given top-rated choices like the AV Link 49' 8-Channel XLR Female-XLR Male Stage Snake, and the Livewire Advantage 16x4 Combo 1/4"-XLR(F) Input with TRS Return Snake. Or, if it's something for your microphone or instrument that you're after, click on "Cables" and browse popular favorites like the affordable Mogami Silver Series XLR Microphone Cable, or the Rapco Horizon Standard Guitar Cable.
In addition to cables and snakes, you'll also come across other accessories to make your job easier. Unique tools like the Cord-Lox Coil N'Carry Snake Handle or the Stage Ninja SCW-125 Cord Winder are designed specifically to free you of tangles and clutter. You can also purchase cables in bulk; options like the George L's Effects Pedal Cable Kit and the D'Addario Planet Waves Cable Station Pedal Board Cable Kit are a great way to save yourself time and money.
And remember, the items listed above are just a sample of what awaits you. There are so many snakes and cables that deserve your attention, your best bet is to spend a little time here. While technology's continuous advancements are making it easier than ever to capture a musical moment with pristine sound quality, we still haven't gone completely wireless. Cables and snakes are still needed, and everything here comes to you from respected audio equipment companies.