RapcoHorizon Taylor V Cable - Volume Control Instrument Cable

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    Product Description

    For the performer who desires freedom of movement and volume control, the unique, patent pending connector of the Taylor V Cable meets their expectations. Using a 20 gauge pure copper center conductor and a braided shield with 95% coverage insures quality performance and noise free operation. The built in off position on the volume control knob allows the player to completely mute their system at the instrument. They can then unplug and change instruments pop-free. The 250K Ohm configuration can be used on virtually any electric instrument. The 500K Ohm version is designed to be compatible with electric bass and humbucker pickups.

    RapcoHorizon Taylor V Cable Features

    • 20 gauge pure copper center conductor and a braided shield with 95% coverage
    • Patent pending 1/4 inch right angle with built in off position on the volume control knob-Individually tested for quality
    • Black jacket PVC material is very flexible yet durable with very low memory
    • 250K Ohm configuration can be used on virtually any electric instrument
    • 500K Ohm version is designed to be compatible with electric bass and humbucker pickups

    Product Specifications
    RapcoHorizon V Cable Specifications
    • Cable: CONCERT1.K
    • Conductor Gauge: (1)20 gauge
    • Shield: Composite conductive vinyl and copper braid
    • Shield Coverage: 95%
    • Jacket: Matte black PVC
    • O.D. 0.242 inches
    • Capacitance: 35 pF/ft. @ 1 kHz
    • Characteristic Impedance: 45 Ohm NOMINAL
    • D.C. Resistance @ 20 degree C: 10.7 Ohm/1000'
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    Phone:  800.325.0266 Warranty:  Limited Lifetime
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