#1
I think I may have been ripped off...

I bought a guitar cable at my local guitar shop that is relatively long, so that I could move around better on stage and at practice. Well, one of the jacks got bent to the side, and now my tone mysteriously sounds MUCH emptier when I play. I blame the cable, for my sound and tone will randomly cut in and out in my amp jack (making the Chhhkkkk chhkkk noises and all)

I bought the cable for $18, the shop guy said those cables were the most highly sold and that they should last a long time. I bought the cable 3 months ago.

Sorry I just had to vent.
"Music is an expression. Not competition." ~ Woe, Is Me

Guitar
ESP LTD Viper 400

Amp
Orange Crush 35LDX
#3
Quote by Redsox4ever5955
what type of cable is it


I'm not sure...some off brand I guess...the outside of it felt like a shoe string

EDIT: Never mind, just found it..."Neutrik" is what it said on the metal jack
"Music is an expression. Not competition." ~ Woe, Is Me

Guitar
ESP LTD Viper 400

Amp
Orange Crush 35LDX
Last edited by Thebiz at Feb 26, 2009,
#5
Quote by pinkzep52
This is the same crap that happens to me with Fender cables


My friend told me to get "Monster Cables". Is this a good brand?
"Music is an expression. Not competition." ~ Woe, Is Me

Guitar
ESP LTD Viper 400

Amp
Orange Crush 35LDX
#7
monster, elixir and planet waves are all good, theres other brands too liek mogami and geoarge L's
#9
Quote by pak1351
neutrik connectors have a good reputation, maybe you shouldn't be bending jacks to the side.


lol.

I play with monster and I love 'em. They have a lifetime warranty too.