#1
Hi.

So this is what i need. I am ordering on these pages: Thomann.de instrument cables andThomann.de patch cables

What i need:

1x 4.5m or 6m guitar cable, price does not matter, but try keep it under 60 euro
2x 1.5m instrument cables to use from effects send-> pedals->effects return
4x patch cables to have between pedals


Can you help me find cables? Please keep the price under 100 eur.

If you have any opinion about length, please respond.
Also, thomann.de endorse Monster-cable. Aren't they very good?
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#2
Monster is amazing, and if anythign happens to it. they replace it for free. go monster.
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#3
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Monster is amazing, and if anythign happens to it. they replace it for free. go monster.


+1
#4
yeah, indeed. But which?
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#7
Monster Pro Studio Cables (really expensive), or on the cheaper(ish) side is Monster Rock cables.
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#8
Monster cables are overpriced for their worth.
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#9
yeah you dont need to shuck out 80 bucks or whatever. 20 is good.
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#10
the best brand is the one you forget about. basically, after a while you'll get a cable so good it wont break, or you'll have had it for 2 years now and it still works like new everyday. cables arent something you really want to spend much time thinking about. i got mine cheap at music live. ive checked the brand on mine for the first time ever and it says proel, heres them http://diehard.proelgroup.com/diehard/en/news.jsp
2 years, still going strong. life time warranty, well built, clear sounding, and your not going to be spending lots of extra cash on the "monster" or "planet waves" brand names. owned both, they both broke, an ive had a few of each. I'd go with these personally
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the best brand is the one you forget about. basically, after a while you'll get a cable so good it wont break, or you'll have had it for 2 years now and it still works like new everyday. cables arent something you really want to spend much time thinking about. i got mine cheap at music live. ive checked the brand on mine for the first time ever and it says proel, heres them http://diehard.proelgroup.com/diehard/en/news.jsp
2 years, still going strong. life time warranty, well built, clear sounding, and your not going to be spending lots of extra cash on the "monster" or "planet waves" brand names. owned both, they both broke, an ive had a few of each. I'd go with these personally



Aw. I dont think Thomann.de endorse that brand.

Now. I have a really cheap studio-something cable which has lasted for a year of getting stepped on, rolling over with chair and lots of plugging in and out. But itsn't really goodly screened. A $40 cable i bought for my other amp broke in a month

Is planet waves that bad...?
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#13
its alright. i had a couple of cables that went through normal wear and tear and they broke fast. i usually use livewires and those lasted pretty well but im switching to monster now
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#14
You can always go with Planet Waves, and they have a lifetime guarantee too.
#15
I use monster cables, they're really good.
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#17
monster sucks a lot of tone out of ur amp. its reliable and all, but they sound bad. i made my own, but check out lava cables, canare, and dimarzio, planet waves are decent big brands.
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#20
I buy ProCo, they're pretty cheap but they sound fine and they're insured like the Monsters. They might be easier to find for me because they have factory in my town.
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#21
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You can always go with Planet Waves, and they have a lifetime guarantee too.


+1
Get one with a circuit breaker, they'll save your amp's life.
#22
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Aw. I dont think Thomann.de endorse that brand.

Now. I have a really cheap studio-something cable which has lasted for a year of getting stepped on, rolling over with chair and lots of plugging in and out. But itsn't really goodly screened. A $40 cable i bought for my other amp broke in a month

Is planet waves that bad...?


i dont especially rate planet waves. the ends just done feel solid with those little plastic bits at the end. i'd stay away from all of the known big guitar brands like vemon, monster and planet waves and just pick one that looks like a quality proffesional cable. where its built is also important. im pretty sure planet waves stuff is cheap chinese built. so a nice german, or my cables from italy should give you something lasting with good performance
#23
I'm fixing to give these a try.. There pretty beefy and resonably priced.

QUANTUM 10 FOOT INSTRUMENT CABLE
Cable is both durable and has exceptional audio fidelity. Oxygen free copper core offers very low noise and great sound. 95% coverage shield that protects your signal and has G&H connectors with a right angle 1/4" plug at one end.
#24
Get the new Livewire Elite (or pro or something like that) from Guitar Center. Cheaper than monster, have lifetime guarantee, and the people at guitar center said its better than monster.