I'm hoping someone can help me out. Long time lurker here and this forum has offered so much good advice but I have finally had a reason to signup and get some expert opinions. A little background...I am about set up my home studio and will soon be purchasing all of the cables to wire it up. My problem is I am smack dab in the middle of some major interference sources. There is a huge communications tower as well as a power substation (or whatever they are called) both within a quarter mile in opposite directions...huge bummer. I'm setting up in a basement and there is a noticeable difference from playing upstairs and down but I still get some noise through my mogami golds and some lava cables with braided shield. I've read just about every guitar cable guide (most are crap and thin) I can find on google and most forums I'm a member of but never stumble upon anyone experience the shit storm I'm in the middle of. Now, recently I found a guide for best guitar cables a few pages deep in google and it specifically referenced "twisted pair" conductors being superior for blocking emi. I was not previously familiar with this type of cable but Lava and a company Evidence Audio makes them. I'm considering investing in some of these (or others suggested in this thread) to eliminate the noise issue but was looking to see anyone has experienced such high interference and used a high end cable specifically one with twisted pair conductors. It's a steep investment and I don't want to just throw money at a problem that I can't be solved. TLDR; Big problems with interference...is there a magic cable that blocks it better than others?