I wanted to make different colored cables for connecting guitar processor (4 cable method - this makes it easier and faster for me to connect everything). So, along with red, blue and black cables I thought tweed would look nice. As far as quality goes, this is really great cable, it does not change the sound compared to other quality pre-made cables, it looks great and also it is not that expensive. I really like the looks of the cable a lot. The things that might be considered negative: this cable does not fold in a manner that cables usually do - it can easily be twisted and tangled and you need to really pay attention when folding/unfolding if you want this one to last a long time. Also, if you make cables for yourself, pay attention - cable easily tends to thread on "tweed" part, and you may loose quite a bit of cable before you manage to secure it and mount jacks. Maybe I am a bit clumsy for that matter, but if you are like me, try securing tweed end with dental floss cord - it really helps :-)
I'm using for patch and Guitar cableThe sound is better balanced with low present round but precise and acute pure crystalline but not garish. clarity of sound has been improved compared to before with my old cables. little or no background noise or breath. A stunning look with colorful vintage-style fabric sheath. It is both rigid and flexible, I do not know how to describe it but it is very good.