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The new enhanced ZEROCAP™ guitar cable is, according to Atlantic Quality Design, "the first significant tonal advancement in guitar cable technology in 50 years".


Custom designed and manufactured cable and patent-pending electronics have come together to make a guitar cable with almost ZERO cable capacitance. Guitar cables have capacitance that reduces the high-end tone of guitar pickups, and creates an artificial midrange honk. This cable supposedly reduces this capacitance to a tiny fraction of other guitar cables, and the resulting tone is exactly the tone of the instrument.

The ZEROCAP™ cable also eliminates high frequency tone loss when rolling down the guitar's volume control. The guitar will sound as good on 5 as on 10. And because of that, the tone control on the guitar has a greater range of effect.

The cable is available in lengths from 5 feet ($79.95) to 50 feet ($169.95), and all these cables sound the same! The longer cables are great for large stage use, and studio use to remote amplifiers for sound isolation, all without tone degradation. The ZEROCAP™ guitar cable runs on a tiny, inexpensive battery that lasts for many hours of playing.

The cable is designed specifically for the ZEROCAP application, and is well-shielded, low in microphonics, and durable while retaining flexibility. Patent-pending electronics works to ensure that ALL the guitar's sound gets from the instrument to the amp, unchanged and uncolored.

Click here to comparative sound clips of the ZEROCAP™ cable and competitive products.
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