#1
Ok, I'm going to get a new guitar with christmas money, so I'll have plenty of time to save up some money to add to the other money. I'm looking to get a guitar cord (10 ft. long), that's $20-30 now, though. So, what is a good brand or a website to order one from. The only instrument store I have near me is a Tarpley's. I have a Yamaha guitar, which works well for now, but I'm looking to get a new one after christmas, in the range of $300-500. If it helps any, I have a Cube 30 amp, and the problem with the cable is that is that is is too short, and that I can't turn up my tone to 10, I have to keep it at 1. Thanks!
#3
I can, but when I do, it makes a very loud buzzing sound, and when I had my old cable (until my dog chewed it), it worked fine. Even if it did work with the tone, I would get a longer cable.
#4
get a 12 foot monster cable for $20, its a good deal and has lifetime warranty
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#5
That's great! I saw the same cable today at Tarpley's, so I'll get it next week. Thanks! Any thoughts on the guitar? I'm loving these forums, as they have very fast replies.
#6
planet waves cables are awesome, but they're so expensive. I have one and i think it would hold out even if you fed it through a meat grinder lol
#8
get a planet waves cable, imo, theyre one of the best. and if i were you, id get a 20 foot instead of 10 foot. i had only 10 foot cables and when one died i went to replace it they only had 20 foot cables and i got it and im happy i did.
#10
I like monsters, but I suggest a spectraflex cable. I got mine for like $50. They are shielded, quality, heavy duty...without feeling heavy, and look groovy with the fabric woven outer cover. Top notch man, top notch!!! There are a lot of knockoffs of these, but this is the original and hard to beat. Lifetime warrantee as well.

http://www.spectraflex.com/
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-Epiphone Es-333 Delonge Edition
-Fender Twin Reverb '65
#11
About the guitar, I play classic rock, modern rock, and some metal.
#12
Ya got with the monster cable, as for the guitar


considering the style, id say either a Agile Les Paul(Based on hear say), Schecter of sorts, or like a MIM Fat Strat
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#13
I stick by Planet Waves, especially the Circuit Breakers....There's no way in hell the cable can fall out of your jack.
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#14
with a price range of $300-$500 and with what you play, i suggest an Ibanez SZ320. and if you save a little more, you can get a SZ520. both great guitars.
#17
my gf bought me monster cables. You could argue if they are worth the price, but the lifetime guarentee definitely makes them a cut above the rest
#18
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my gf bought me monster cables. You could argue if they are worth the price, but the lifetime guarentee definitely makes them a cut above the rest


planet waves also have a lifetime warranty
#19
Wow. I haven't been on these forums in forever...

anyways, I'm using the Monster Rock 500 cables (whatever the model name is... you know what I mean) and haven't had a single problem with them yet. Plus, like others have said, they're guaranteed for life. If you some how damage the cable, you can just take it back and get a new one on the spot.
#20
I have Canare GS-6 cable. It looks pretty tough and thick and it is not bad.
Gear:
Black Jackson Dinky 2
Peavey Envoy 110
and that's it.