No matter how exceptional your microphone, instrument, amps and other equipment is, the only way to ensure clear sound is to ensure every link in your signal chain of the highest quality. The right cable can eliminate annoying interference, leaving only crystal-clear sound. Mogami is an industry leader in creating cables for clean, transparent sound, and has been providing practicing musicians and studio professionals with the highest-quality cables for decades. Every Mogami cable is manufactured in Nagano, Japan with care and the greatest attention to detail to achieve sound that's simply better.
No matter your application, Mogami has a cable to help you get exceptional results. The Mogami Gold Neglex Quad Microphone Cable for Studio Neutrix XLR, for instance, is sure to be the quietest mic cable you've ever used. Featuring 3-pin XLR connectors with gold contacts and wired with Neglex Studio Quad, this cable has unbelievable noise cancellation. It's trusted by sound technicians in professional recording settings worldwide to consistently deliver the best, most accurate sound.
Someone looking to link effects pedals will certainly want to take a look at the Mogami Gold Patch Cable with Right Angle Connectors. Featuring an oxygen-free copper core for exceptionally quiet sound, this cable has a carbon impregnated PVC sleeve to get rid of handling noise, resulting in a clear tone that really lets your effects shine through.
If, however, you're looking to achieve the absolute most transparent sound possible from your instrument, platinum is the answer. The Mogami Platinum Guitar Cable, for example, translates your notes with crystal clear precision, while the Neutrik® Silent Plug eliminates the pops and squeals that happen when you unplug it before turning off the amp. It's even available in multiple lengths for both studio and stage applications.
Trusted by renowned artists as diverse as Dave Mustaine of Megadeth, Slash of Guns N Roses and Velvet Revolver, Imagine Dragons and even Blue Man Group, Mogami cables have left their footprint everywhere in the professional audio world. And for good reason: eliminating the distracting noise in your signal chain is essential for allowing your equipment and yourself to reach your full musical potential.