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MGR/LaklanderMGR/Laklander

Elixir Elixir cables

Elixir Strings CablesPublished on 09/07/10 at 15:00
Standard guitar cables and patch cords. Gunmetal gray finish in a variety of lengths an connector configurations.

Cables were a demo set given to MGR by Elixir for review. They are available at most music retailers ranging in price from $25 to $70 depending on length.

Being primarily a bassist, I first used the Elixir cables with my USA Lakland 55-94, a bass that sounds good set flat in nearly all situations. I'd been using Monster cables and, while happy with the tone they produced, I wasn't crazy about their tendency to retain the shape they'd been stored in (coiled in my case). The first thing I noticed about the Elixir was their flexibility: they're heavy, yet softer than most......
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Standard guitar cables and patch cords. Gunmetal gray finish in a variety of lengths an connector configurations.

Cables were a demo set given to MGR by Elixir for review. They are available at most music retailers ranging in price from $25 to $70 depending on length.

Being primarily a bassist, I first used the Elixir cables with my USA Lakland 55-94, a bass that sounds good set flat in nearly all situations. I'd been using Monster cables and, while happy with the tone they produced, I wasn't crazy about their tendency to retain the shape they'd been stored in (coiled in my case). The first thing I noticed about the Elixir was their flexibility: they're heavy, yet softer than most other heavy-duty cables. Best of all, they stayed flat when uncoiled -- no more danger of tripping over my own cord onstage.

No complaints.

Well made -- heavy yet flexible with integrated heavy duty connectors.

There are several companies offering high-end instrument cables these days, and why not? Spending thousands of dollars on a great instrument but using cheap cables is like wearing flip-flops with a tuxedo. Based on our experience at NAMM, live and in the studio, Elixir is doing things right with its new cable line. You really can hear a difference. Whether that difference is what you're looking for is up to the individual, but it's hard to argue that improved clarity and flexibility is bad thing.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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KorneoKorneo

The best cable I've ever had

Elixir Strings CablesPublished on 10/29/12 at 01:41
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it every day for over 3 years now and I can say that this is the best cable I have ever had.
I could compare (because I still have) with Planet Waves cables, Monster Cable rock series and a whole range of cables of lesser quality.
The mine is 6 meters and comparisons are made façe to the same length.

The big plus of the Elixir façe its competitors:
- The sound is very clear and clean compared to others that color the sound slightly. In addition, it captures any parasite as is sometimes the case with low-end cables.

- It twists ever. This is an important point for me and this is what turns me off with that kink Monster constantly.

- Resistance foolproof. concert I've......
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I use it every day for over 3 years now and I can say that this is the best cable I have ever had.
I could compare (because I still have) with Planet Waves cables, Monster Cable rock series and a whole range of cables of lesser quality.
The mine is 6 meters and comparisons are made façe to the same length.

The big plus of the Elixir façe its competitors:
- The sound is very clear and clean compared to others that color the sound slightly. In addition, it captures any parasite as is sometimes the case with low-end cables.

- It twists ever. This is an important point for me and this is what turns me off with that kink Monster constantly.

- Resistance foolproof. concert I've walked on with big shoe, my cab is passed on and a desk chair and it still works with NO problems.

I do not think it benefits and do not regret a single moment my purchase.
Friends fussy we found him two "cosmetic defects" which for me are absolutely not:

- The cable color is not black but dark big.

- The head of the jack is not as Bling-Bling Monster Cable.

I put the note 10 for a cable to his tireless and ultra clear that twists ever.

PS: I'm not the type to put 10 because I like it. This is a note objective and deserved.
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  • Manufacturer: Elixir Strings
  • Model: Cables
  • Category: Accessories/Supplies for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 01/17/2008

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