Monster Cable Acoustic Instrument CableProduct #362001 Monster Cable 362001 LKA Instrument Cables https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Designed to deliver pure acoustic tone.
The tonality of your acoustic guitar is unique, so why entrust it to a run of the mill cable? Magnetic fields in ordinary cables cause frequency and phase distortions, but Monster Acoustic's patented three-way Time Correct windings reject interference, protecting all of your guitar's transient attack, natural warmth, and critical overtones. This advanced technology ensures the high-end clarity, rich, mid-range harmonics, and low-end response that defines your sound-whether you're plugged in on stage or in a studio, grab a Monster Acoustic guitar cable and take your sound to the next level.
- Multiple gauge high and low frequency wire networks for accurate, natural sound reproduction
- Precision Time Correct windings for more accurate sound reproduction
- 95% coverage copper-braided shield rejects RFI and EMI for a lower noise floor and increased resolution
- MicroFiber dielectric on all conductors for faster transients and greater clarity
- IsoTec vibration technology further reduces handling noise
- Extra-flexible Duraflex outer jacket for superior reliability and cut resistance
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Comments about Monster Cable Acoustic Instrument Cable:
I purchased the Monster acoustic cable about a year ago, and what a difference. This cable will not make you excellent just from using them. They do prevent any ground noise from other cables ran on or near them. We play in some places with neon lights, does not affect these cables what so ever. A little pricey but very beefy not thin and fragile like most cables. In the same time period I would probably be on my third set of ordinary cables, so it probably balances out but without the ground/interference noise.