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4-Pack of 1/4 30' Musician's Gear Braided Instrument Cables EXPIRED

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Musician's Friend has 4-Pack of 1/4 30' Musician's Gear Braided Instrument Cables on sale for $19.99. Shipping is free. Thanks rsvpd

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  • Shielding: 64 x 0.12 95%
  • Conductor: 0.12 x 20
  • O.D.: 6mm
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Musician's Friend [musiciansfriend.com] has 4-Pack Musician's Gear Braided Instrument Cable, 1/4 30 Ft for $19.99 w/ Free Shipping, or Free ship to store.
  • Notes: Valid 1/11/18
Specs:
  • Shielding: 64 x 0.12 95%
  • Conductor: 0.12 x 20
  • O.D.: 6mm
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Good deal
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I love these cables. Had mine for over a year with no problems. I like how flexible they are. And 4 for 20?? Cant beat it.
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Can always use a few extra cables. In for a 4 pack.
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Do these work for microphone extension like XLR?
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Do these work for microphone extension like XLR?
It seems AUX cable
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Do these work for microphone extension like XLR?
No, this is unbalanced instrument cable. Still good deal
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Can I chop these up to make RCA cables?
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When I click on both links, it takes me to a different website than Guitar Center. Just a heads-up.
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Can I chop these up to make RCA cables?
Maybe you couldn`t
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Can I chop these up to make RCA cables?
You can, just buy some rca connectors, desolder the 1/4 plugs and solder on the rca plugs. I have used guitar cable for rca audio and they work fine.
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Careful if you're just starting out on guitar. I wasted money on cheap cables, caused a ton of buzzing on my amp despite the cable claiming it was shielded (Fender brand). Thought that it was just how the amp was. Learned that its super easy to solder your own cable (simple youtube videos), made some myself and stopped the buzzing. But its much more expensive even making your own though than buying 30ft x 4 so...

The thing is, there's really never a time i use my crappy cable. It just sits there. Not something you want to collect because once you have a good cable, that's what you use. I come home from work and can only practice at low volume and i sit 1 foot from my amp so... different usage but just fyi for newer guitarists out there. Once you learn to solder your own, you can fix any broken cables. Fixed a friend's cable, easy.
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