It’s easy to get into the mindset of not thinking too much about your guitar cable until it goes dead at some inconvenient moment. In reality, though, the cable is an important element in the tone chain, and you don’t need “Eric Johnson” ears to hear it, as the effect that different cables can have on the sound of your guitar and amp can be quite noticeable. Cables perform differently for a lot of reasons, and every manufacturer has specific formulas for making cables that meet the parameters they set for a particular application. Ibanez SI 20-CGR Guitar Cable
Compared to the cables that audiophiles go crazy for, guitar cables are fairly inexpensive items. But cost is always a factor, and why one cable will set you back $18 while another costs ten times that relates to the materials involved (i.e., silver conductors cost way more than copper), the R&D that went into optimizing the cable for specific applications, and myriad construction details that affect things like noise rejection and reliability.
Length: 6.10 m (20 feet)
6.3 mm Amphenol jack plug on both sides
Conductor Thomann design: 0.12 x 20 copper
Colour: Camouflage City Black/Green, woven
For more information, please visit the manufacturer’s website.