#1
Any one know where I can buy a coil instrument cable? I bought one from musiciansfriend once the fender california one that was supposed to be 25 Feet. But it wasn't and it was so heavy it would come unplugged from my guitar a lot. I want one that's thin like a telephone cable one like I seen hendrix use
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#3
I had a coiled cable once, it was a pain in the arse - straight ones are better, unless you want to look like Brian May.
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#5
Straight cables are lots easier to store as well. With todays shielding technology there's no mechanical reason to go coil, just appearance.
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#6
i had a coil, i hated having pressure on my cable, pissed me off, so i broke it.
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#8
^IME, it means it sounds the same. . . .
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They do sound better according to some...


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