Musician's Gear Tweed Instrument Cable is crafted with oxygen-free copper wire for low oxidation and long life plus heavy-duty heatshrunk tubing for strain relief. The cable's stylishly flecked tweed ... Read More
Musician's Gear Tweed Instrument Cable is crafted with oxygen-free copper wire for low oxidation and long life plus heavy-duty heatshrunk tubing for strain relief. The cable's stylishly flecked tweed wrap adds vintage appeal and the right-angle 1/4" connectors are gold tipped.
Reviewed by 4 customers
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Even if it's an "economy" cable, it doesn't feel the least bit cheap. I like the fabric covering - it prevents getting that rubber feeling on the hands, which, as a guitar player, is important to me. The straight/right angle plugs are good, too, since the guitar's output jack is on the side below the onboard controls. In my book you can't go wrong with this cable?
Yep, gold tweed, gold tip, bam! Would look great with a tweed amp/cab. The tweed is a more muted color then I expected, which is a good thing...I was wondering how bright yellow it would be, and how quickly filth would show up. Nope, it's pretty muted, and feels/coils great. So far no issues, sounds/functions great! Need another one, should have ordered a couple.
I bought this cable because I've tangling issues I've had w/ rubber-clad cables. One of the guys in my band has been using a tweed-wrapped cable w/o tangling problems so I thought I'd give it a try. Maybe it's just me and the way I navigate the stage, but this tweed cable is tangling just as much as my other cables have. The cable works just fine, but didn't cure my tangling tendency. So I'm disappointed in the cable-- doesn't behave like I hoped it would.
I have two of Live Wire's Advantage Cable's, one from guitar to effects and one from effects to amp. They work pretty good, but i wanted a longer cable so that I could move around more. I bought one of these for my guitar to effects cable. One really good thing about this cable is that it has the tweed covering, so the cable doesn't get tangled very easily. I only give it four stars because it doesn't have much different sound quality than my previous cables. Gold is more conductive than whatever material they use on the ring part of the cable, I think it's nickel or something. Other advantage is that on the straight connector on these cables, it is heat shrunk, so it's hard to unscrew the thingy. I know that's a big problem I had with the advantage cables that I have. That is all.
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