#3
Thats a rip off, £10 leads do jsut fine for me - $20 US dollars -, the planetwave cables are very good imo, amazing quality and usability. If you do big gigs, then if your doing big gigs expensive cables mean nothing to you :P
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Thats a rip off, £10 leads do jsut fine for me - $20 US dollars -, the planetwave cables are very good imo, amazing quality and usability. If you do big gigs, then if your doing big gigs expensive cables mean nothing to you :P



ahh ok thanks
#6
that cable would last ages, oxygen free copper is expensive and its also shielded that cable would be completely noiseless and have more clarity
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That is a great word...

Seriously though TS: it shouldn't be that expensive and even if it was I doubt very much it would be worth it.
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#10
i'd bet that if you looked for the same cable from various sources, you'd find one that's reasonably priced

it should not be that expensive even if it is of top notch quality
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i'd bet that if you looked for the same cable from various sources, you'd find one that's reasonably priced

it should not be that expensive even if it is of top notch quality



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#12
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there ya go
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#13
might aswell buy a wireless, not a world of differance in price if you where gonna go for that cable :P

also would last longer i suppose, no cable to stand on or be dragged around the floor...
#14
get a monster cable... I was actually willing to pay 50 for mine, it has a lifetime warranty, so anything that may happen to it is covered.

its also got a much higher output than some cheaper cords that i have, if that helps, its durable and the whole nine yards
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#15
thats kinda messed up btw, I can get that same cord for 30 bucks at a hastings.... seriously
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#16
I'll tell ya one thing about that cable though, even if it is a ripoff, it would look hella sexy into a tweed amp like a Classic 30!
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hm i see, do you know how good are the planetwaves cables are? I am using those at the moment



I love Planet Waves.

My main cable is a Plane Waves one and it's amazing; it's still in fine shape after about two years of home use, gigs and continuously running it over with my desk chair.

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