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Planet Waves 20ft Guitar/Instrument Cable with Right Angle Jack £9.50 @ Amazon
Planet Waves 20ft Guitar/Instrument Cable with Right Angle Jack £9.50 @ Amazon

Planet Waves 20ft Guitar/Instrument Cable with Right Angle Jack £9.50 @ Amazon

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Well, this is my first deal posting so here we go...

This is the cheapest price I've found for these great cables. 20ft long should be plenty for most people.

They have a lifetime warranty and delivery is also free.

Hopefully this will be of use to someone out there :-)

*** Edit - Price drop this afternoon to 9.50 and free shipping! ***

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This is a good price, have some heat!

HOT.

Shame I don't have room for any more leads...

Original Poster

Oh there's always room for more leads! :-) - The kitchen drawer, behind the sofa, the wife's dressing table.. plenty of options!

hot.
decent cabling that doesn't break the bank. nice find.

it's still going to cost me an effing fortune to repair my strat tho
Edited by: "gamera" 18th Jan 2011

Original Poster

gamera

hot.decent cabling that doesn't break the bank. nice find.it's still … hot.decent cabling that doesn't break the bank. nice find.it's still going to cost me an effing fortune to repair my strat tho



Depends where you live, if you're anywhere near Hertfordshire, I can give you the number for a very good (and competitively priced) tech :-)

guitarbloke

Depends where you live, if you're anywhere near Hertfordshire, I can give … Depends where you live, if you're anywhere near Hertfordshire, I can give you the number for a very good (and competitively priced) tech :-)



i don't LOL. there's a guy here in Maidstone who's really good at what he does. but it cost me the best part of £100 for a general MOT a few years ago. i'll get round to it eventually, but the cost means i haven't played for a few months now...

Original Poster

£100? Ouch, that's a lot :-(

For repairs try Twang Guitars in Penge, London. I hear they are very good. No idea on cost though.

gamera

i don't LOL. there's a guy here in Maidstone who's really good at what … i don't LOL. there's a guy here in Maidstone who's really good at what he does. but it cost me the best part of £100 for a general MOT a few years ago. i'll get round to it eventually, but the cost means i haven't played for a few months now...



£100, for what? Did you snap the headstock off or something?

dxx

£100, for what? Did you snap the headstock off or something?



I was going to ask the same thing. Anything other than a dodgy neck or snapped part should be a simple DIY job!

Also added heat for that right angle!

Here is a link to the 10ft version. Comes in at £7.63 and its less cable to get tangled when practicing! amazon.co.uk/Pla…1-2

Edited by: "daninacan" 18th Jan 2011

Very Hot!

Cheers, broke mine at xmas playing silly buggers

To all you guitart types;
I've an old 60's Harmony H75 guitar that needs a good clean.
Any suggestions on what I should and shouldn't use to bring it back from the tarnished dead. I.e. is normal polish good?
Also what should I use to clean up the frets?
What can I use to clean up the tarnished pickups?

I want it to look like this when its finished
Edited by: "jazid" 18th Jan 2011

Original Poster

I was always taught that polish is bad for the finish on an old guitar.

Lemon oil for the fretboard is definitely best, but I'm not so sure what's best to clean up the tarnish on the pickups. Are the pickups covered? If so, you can more than likely source new metal covers on ebay.

Hey Jazid,

I bought an Epi Les Paul off eBay last year that needed a LOT of TLC / repairs. You can see pics : here

There's so many cleaning options out there and everyone will have mixed opinions on what works and what doesn't, but for the frets I used Planet Waves polishing System. This was BY FAR the hardest / longest task for me as the frets were in a very poor state, but the long nights were worth the result I think

For polishing / metalwork, there are again loys of options, but I used the Gibson Restoration Kit as it comes with metal cleaner, fretboard conditioner, polish and cloths. Really pleased with the results from this too.

Whatever you use, be prepared for a lot of hard graft and don't cut corners as you'll regret it later

Original Poster

Nice axe DirtyPixel!

This is the worlds most off topic conversation.

Back to guitar leads, most of them are from snake oil salesman, but under £10 for a good brand name that wont fall to bits is a good price.
Edited by: "belovedmonster" 18th Jan 2011

I got my last cables from Award-Sesion. Great quality!

Original Poster

Gotta love that Planet Waves Lifetime Warranty too!

For anyone based in N. Ireland just go to Matchetts Music they are 45p more and if you keep your receipt they honour the lifetime warranty no questions asked.

Very off topic - sorry everyone (but thanks for the advice Dirty Pixel, Ive only ever changed strings before!)

Deluxe

HOT.Shame I don't have room for any more leads...



I've never met anyone that has too many leads. EVER!

Heat added

Just a word of note to people, only buy a longer cable if you're going to make use of it. For recording I've noticed the ever so slight sound degradation and the science behind it is pretty common sense (longer signal travel = reduced amplification and more noise). The 10 foot in the same series is on amazon at a couple quid cheaper, go for that, or in my opinion and maybe off topic the custom series with compression springs (more solid connectors to take the constant wear from plugging/replugging) and gold plated jacks is worth the couple quid extra.
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