Any guitar / bass / keyboard, well, any musician who has to deal with cables, have, at least once, broke a cable or two when playing. When that happened to me, I felt I had to change my whole set of cables to change my oldies at the studio. I picked Fender because I think that in this price range they are the standard choice. Beautiful tweed classic-looking, i almost could buy them for the looks alone. They don't easilly tangle and unfold themselves almost alone. The jack sockets are sturdy enough to resist some tweaks. Remains silent when plugged in to the amplifier so far.
I mainly use this cable to connect my guitar to the pedalboard due to his kinda short lenght. As another user said, if you are planning to resolder a connector you'll have to cut out that tube, but with another Fender cables I had for years, I never had that problem. Very well built, it's a great cable
Bought this length to shorten the cable distance from my pedalboard to my audio interface, and the short length is great. Tried to use two amps with a stereo out on my last pedal and 1,5m is definitely enough to jam by yourself, but not nearly enough if you want to get some added space in a room and you are mic'ing the amps.
Overall great quality cable, with a vintage tweed look. Not very flexible, due to the reinforcement of the outer layer, but better than the California series. Great tone, seems pretty durable, great value for money. A no-brainer in my opinion.
Patch Cable BT 0.15 m, Two piece pack, Instrument cable, 8 mm PVC cover to avoid additional noise, 95% Copper shielding, Jack to jack, 6", 0.15 m, Black tweed
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