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Planet Waves Classic Series Instrument Cable, 15 feet
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- In=Out Technology: Low capacitance for pure signal transparency
- Molded plugs offer protection and strain relief
- Shielding provides noise rejection for quiet operation
- Straight-to-straight 1/4-inch plugs for standard input jacks
- Limited lifetime guarantee
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Planet Waves Classic Series Guitar and Instrument Cables
All the tone you can handle at a price you can affordThe pure tone you seek does not have to come at the expense of emptying your wallet. The Planet Waves Classic Series is loaded with professional features and premium quality components virtually unheard of at this price point. Classic Series cables are your solution for connecting your electric guitar, acoustic-electric guitar, bass, or keyboard with the confidence and reliability you need from your cables, time after time.
Ultra-pure, oxygen-free copper conductorsThe conductor is the heart of your cable, responsible for carrying the signal from end to end. Classic Series’ Oxygen-free copper conductors ensure pure tone and accurate signal transfer.
90% Spiral shieldingEliminating nearly all interference and handling noise, 90 percent spiral shielding provides additional confidence when recording or playing live.
Exclusive In=Out TechnologyYou invested in your guitar, keyboard, amplifier and other accessories to get the tone you seek. Planet Waves In=Out technology ensures that you get the sound you intended, with no artificial coloring of your tone by the cable.
Built to LastOver-molded plugs with built-in strain relief keep pressure off the soldering joint in the cable, providing strength and reliability not found in inexpensive metal connectors.
Which Planet Waves Guitar and Instrument Cable is right for you?
|Snapshot||Models Available||Conductor Type||Connector Type||Shielding|
|American Stage ||Made in the USA. The ultimate cable for high-end recording and live performance||Guitar/Instrument ||Twisted Pair - 100% Oxygen Free Copper||Patented Geo-Tip made by Neutrik to Planet Waves' specs||100% Coverage + 95% tinned copper braid + PVC under-jacket|
|Custom Series ||Versatile cable suitable for a wide range of playing environments||Guitar/Instrument |
|Twisted Pair - 100% Oxygen Free Copper||Molded Plastic||100% Coverage from two layers of shielding|
|Circuit Breaker ||Innovative On/Off switch eliminates annoying "pops" when plugging in/out||Guitar/Instrument ||Coaxial - 100% Oxygen Free Copper||Black Chrome with built-in On/Off switch||100% Coverage from two layers of shielding|
|Classic Series ||Ideal mix of value and performance||Guitar/Instrument |
|Coaxial - 100% Oxygen Free Copper||Molded Plastic||90% Spiral Shield|
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UPDATE: I hate hate these cables...I've gotten some of them replaced due to the life time warranty..AND EVEN THOSE STOPPED WORKING. It's not worth it. Don't buy these. You can take the best care of them possible and they will still break.
*****REVIEW EDIT***** These are not holding up as well as they usually do. Since, the review all of the cords that I purchased have broken. I bought them right before Christmas 2015 and now it is Easter and they all have failed
It worked great for about 4-6 months, and then broke. It happened so quickly (the trad types seem to take longer) that I swore it must have been the output jack on my guitar. After confirming the guitar was okay, I tried a shorter cable, which worked fine.
D'Addario does offer lifetime replacement, but it puts you in a bit of a bind - you need a backup cable while you are waiting for a replacement, and you have to pay return shipping of the defective cable out-of-pocket. You also have to get R.A. Taken altogether, this makes it a deal breaker. The extra costs essentially make this cable as expensive as something that has a track record of lasting for years. In my case, I bit the bullet and did what I should have done the first go-round and got a really nice DiMarzio cable.
Again, this cable SOUNDS good while it works - capacitance with the longer cables can be an issue. The good news is that IMO high price is not a guarantee of ANY cable sounding good. The replacement DiMarzio is another example of one that was at the top of the list with cable comparisons. I don't get into the mojo or intangible aspects that will typically find someone paying much more for a cable, but I want durability and published capacitance that is within a certain range. This one meets half of those criteria, but it gets expensive because of the potential to fail sooner rather than later. Well, expensive relative to a cable with an initially higher price but longer lifespan.
So the replacement that Planet Waves sent me is now the backup, and is still in the original packaging. I figure I'll use it only for short periods while replacing my main cable, so it should last a long time in that situation. If I have a few $ for the shipping and D'Addario is still honoring the lifetime warranty if/when the 2nd one breaks, I may get it replaced. More likely I will just chalk it up to a learning lesson and toss it. Even $4 shipping is a decent percentage of the cost of a more durable cable - IMO it should be set aside to fund its eventual replacement.
If this cable would have last 1.5 to 2 years, I'd probably give it 5 stars given the price. And if D'Addario took away the warranty thing, it would probably re-shape the customer's perception on what something at this price should cost, because it's a wear item, plain and simple. IDK how much R&D it's worth their trouble to put in something at this price point, but that's is what I would shoot for - a realistically acceptable period of trouble-free use w/no warranty as the trade-off. That would NOT make it a deal breaker.
I like 10 ft cables between my guitar and my pedal board because I don't move around much, and it keeps the clutter to a minimum. I also like the one right angle on this cable as I tend to hook my cable through my guitar strap. With the right angle, you put less tension on the cable.
One last thing I love about these cables is that they are a bit thinner than some other instrument cables. They are much easier to wrap and don't get weird bends in them because of too much girth. The cable generally seems to be shielded well enough that there isn't any problem with a thinner cable.
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Mine only lasted a little over 2 years and has become faulty. I have another planet waves cable from about 12 years ago which is still going strong.
I'll update the review based upon the support I get from them being that this cable has a life time warranty.
Bare in mind these are the cheapest low end planet waves cable and it may be worth spending extra on the american stage which are really good quality.
Also if you are at home and in a small space, by a 3m cable it sounds 2 time better!
Waste of money as I expect a cable to last longer than a year, and if it does break to be vaguely fixable.