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Discussion in 'Tonefreaks' started by Hatefulsob, Oct 26, 2017.
Wondering if Reverb cables are woth a shot?
Our very own, member CoolJuk sells quality "ReWind" cables. I use them myself.
Mine are ok, after about a year of home studio use.
I suggest to build your own cables. I've been doing for a while now.
Buy good quality cable (Sommer or similar), Neutrik jacks and 5 minutes soldering. For $10 you get a 6 m cable worth $60 in the market.
I had a couple. I thought they were decent for the price. In the end I replaced them with Planet Waves cables which I found to retain higher frequencies better than the Reverb ones.
Have not been impressed with planet waves cables, cutting out after just a few months.
Thanks Paco, will buy a soldering and give it a try.
for the price its hard to go wrong but I stick with cables that use amphenol plugs. Ive got ProCo cables now I really like, but those amphenol plugs are great for longevity
I've had mine for over a year without issues, Price was right.
GeorgeL's. Can't be beat. Everyone I've let try 'em ain't gone back.
little late chiming in but I have used the 20', 10' and the patch cables. probably the best cheap cable I have used. the 20' cables didn't last too long after quite a bit of abuse but the 10' are going strong after about a year.
Mine started cutting out after three months of light use so I tossed it. I'm sure reverb would have replaced it if I asked but it was a sign to use something else.
Use Monster for the past 7 years ,, had one for about 4 years . Love them ...
I've been gigging mine for a few years. It's one of those tweed covered ones. I use it from my pedals to amp, so it lies on the floor and takes a beating.
Jut tried the Reverb cables and it didn't sound like there was any reverb added.