Bulk Cable - ProCo Excellines, Guitar, Shielded
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Make your own cable. Excellines 20 AWG 26 strand guitar cable. Sold per foot
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|Outer Diameter||0.24 in.|
|Packaging Dimensions||12 in. × 0.225 in. × 0.225 in.|
|Weight (Packaging)||0.031 lbs.|
|Termination Guide||All Models|
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Asked by Anonymous on June 30th, 2022.
Rating is 5 out of 5. This cable makes outstanding interconnects that sound great. More open and detailed than some expensive cables. Definitely better than the cheaper interconnects. The more revealing your pre amp, amp and speakers are the more you will appreciate this cable.
I prefer Mogami, however I have used Pro Co since the old Capital Electronics across town from Antique Electronics sold Pro Co cables, and they have served me superbly well for many years. You can cut up the cable and use it inside your amp build to go from the jack to the grid or grid stopper resistor on your first gain stage, between gain stages, from input jacks and first gain or buffer stages inside effects, to and from FX in and out jacks, and other places to keep noise to a minimum in your builds. Wah pedals should ALWAYS have shielded guitar or 1 conductor old time mic cables to and from BOTH JACKS! Copper foil your bottom plate too! I live in one of the lobes for an AM station at 910 on the radio dial, and until a few years ago the old KHEP or really old Buck Owens' owned KTUFF also caused RFI in my home/shop. Wah pedals tuned between the two stations. A heavy or sheilded bottom plate and shielded in/out cables fix that problem! They also remove or reduce induced 60Hz hum!!!
I needed to make up some short Instrument Cables for Effects and an Effects Loop so I ordered thirty feet of this cable. This is some of the nicest Instrument Cable that I have ever seen. The outer insulation seems quite sturdy and it is easy to work with: cut, strip and solder. As nice as all that may be, most important to me is the fact that this cable is very well behaved. It is relaxed and flexible and hangs straight down from the Amp or Instrument and lies flat on the floor. Recommended.