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Ernie Ball Instrument Cable with One Angled End

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High-end design, the Ernie Ball cables are made with superior components that are built to last. Ernie Ball Cables transmit a clean transparent signal that is superbly quiet while accurately and faithfully delivering all the frequencies your instrument produces. These cables feature a dual-shielded, dual-conductor design and custom shell casing resulting in a tangle-resistant cable with clear sound, low handling noise, and roadworthy durability.

Ernie Ball Instrument Cable Features
  • 99.99% oxygen-free copper to resist corrosion.
  • Flexible, tangle resistant construction. 
  • Dual-shielded, dual-conductor design for durability and low noise. 
  • Voiced for a natural, transparent sound with balanced frequency response. 
  • Durable shell casing for lasting performance.


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warning WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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Phone:  805-544-7726 Warranty:  6 Month thru Ernie Ball

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Review: Dave, Dbibeau@gmail.com Submitted: 9/2/2019

Product Rating1 out of 5 stars.


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Failed the third time I used it.
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I was really happy to get 2 of these 30 footers on sale in the fall of 2018. It's hard to find good coil cables these days. I was setting up for a gig and my guitar went dead. No sound at all. Fortunately, I had a spare cable and finished the gig. The next day I figured I would fix the Ernie Ball cable. Not a big deal. I repair tons of cables, normally one of the ends opens or shorts. No so! The cable itself shorted to ground internally. I'm sure because I clipped off both ends and it was still shorted. No fixing that. Kept the pretty metal ends but the white cable went into the trash.

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