#1
So my amp cable finally gave out tonight, the copper wires were disconnected and it could be fixed with soldering but I was thinking about upgrading anyways. Does anyone know of a pretty good, durable amp able that won't break the bank?

Thanks!
#2
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Nevermind your spelling said amp so I presumably asked the questions.

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#3
I just use generic, black cables. Cheap, reliable, and if something goes wrong its not a bother to fork out for a new one.
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I just use generic, black cables. Cheap, reliable, and if something goes wrong its not a bother to fork out for a new one.

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#5
what kind do you have already, because if it's a 1,000 dollar amp, you should just fix it. if it's some sort of 70 dollar Frontman, than you should go get another amp.
#6
I also use the generic cheap black cables.
If you want a little something special, go with PlanetWaves or a Yorkville cable.
They work pretty nice.
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