#1
Just one question:

Is it worth it? I've herd great things about them, but Im still skeptical.
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#2
I've heard they kick ass, and are reasonably cheaper than similar quality cables, such as Vovox (overpriced bastards)

If your main axe-to-amp cable is a good quality one, like monster rock, you'll hear a significant difference.
#3
yes its worth it, if you want good cables...you can always get crappy cables if you want too
#4
lets see, if they break or crap out on you then you get a new one free. for something like a good quality cable to have that guarentee, i think its worth it. they arent that much more expesive than most cables, and the lifetime guarentee basicly is the selling point for me.
#5
yeah, I don't know much about Monster in particular, but it's always a good idea to invest in quality cables. Your tone is only as good as your weakest link.
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#6
I have all Monster Cables and they are great. Lifetime warranty rulez. The only other brand Ive heard that competes with them is Mogami but I dont know anyone with one of those.
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#7
the CEO of monster cables is a ****head, he shutdown every other company that used the word monster (even mom and pop joints) in their title, I'm not sure why, but I heard he did from someone else on UG

but apart from that, monster cables can't be beat for the price
#8
theyre great...i need to upgrade my cables, i have a bunch of crap **** bottom of the line fender cables
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