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Bullet Cable BC-25CCSA 30' Coil Cable
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sylgra sylgra

«  Vintage look, but heavy »

Publié le 09/28/14 à 11:41
Value For Money : Poor
Very good cable for those looking l`aspect vintage.Je has several kinds of cable for my guitars, including Planet Wave..Fender..digiflex..yorkville, Kirlin, etc., and I must admit that this kind of cable ( BULLET CABLE) is perhaps interesting for its style, but adds nothing to the sound; it's an cable like others who simply makes his job ..

I awarded him a score of 8 because of its weight is pretty important ... and its high price ...

If you need a cable to connect your guitar, go to the well known brands DIGIFLEX or PLANET WAVES (without wanting to make their publicitée) and that will, well l`affaire, without ruining the holder monnaie.Si you a nostalgic side of 60-70 and well treat yourself ... but do not forget d`essayer before the purchase ..c`est heavy ...

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