#2
www.redco.com makes custom cables and they are cheap when compared to what those cables will sell for retail.

I bought an 18ft Mogami cable with gold Neutrik 1/4" ends for <$30 and that same cable would cost ~$70 if you buy the packaged Mogami cable at any store

They also have Canare wire which is excellent quality also
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#3
^ Woah. That site is neat-o.

Also, Amazon sells some decent quality cables for cheap. I bought a 4-pack of patches for $12 USD not too long ago. If you learn how to solder 1/4 cables, you can make your own with just some extra cable length and connectors, which is the most cost-effective and efficient way. Cable kits are expensive though, so buy your own materials.
#4
If you can solder (Instrument cables are super easy), you can buy the wire in bulk from RedCo, throw some Amphenol ends on them and call it a day. Should be like $15 for a 20ft cable, depending on the wire you buy.

Otherwise, you can get 10ft cables from Reverb for $7 or 20ft for $9 and they're pretty good quality for the price. Livewire are cheap too and not too shabby for low money, consider they have Neutrik ends that cost a good bit.
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#5
Monoprice now sells instrument cables that are getting good reviews. $20 for 50'.