I have written a lot of instrument cable reviews. I love Evidence Audio. Mogami make high-quality cables. Many guitars you buy include free cables. Some people don’t think you can hear a difference between brands of cable, but I can. An Evidence Audio cable always sounds better and deeper and brighter than a Fender cable. I can also hear how a cable changes my guitar tone from amp to amp — so I’m a big believer in your gear making a difference in your sound. As well, guitar picks also influence your overall vibe.
When I received my fantabulous Sadowsky Jimmy Bruno guitar, I was frustrated that, for the first time in my guitar acquisition syndrome career, I did not have the right cable in hand to effectively and comfortably play that guitar.
I was delighted when expert luthier Roger Sadowsky commented on my Boles Blues review of his guitar to suggest the following:
Thanks for the nice review, David. Glad you a happy with your guitar.
Regarding the location of the jack, may I suggest a right angle plug. Structurally, this is the best and safest location for a side jack. I have repaired too many broken ribs in my career from side jacks in their normal locations.
I promise you I will check for strings sticking in the nut slots more closely from now on!
I was on a mission to find a right-angle guitar cable and, to my grateful surprise, Monster Cable read my review and offered to send me the right cable from their Studio Pro line:
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