“These cables are great. They’re tangle-free, noise-free, and reliable. I use them every day.” – Paul Reed Smith

Cables are the lifeline of your tone. You’ve likely spent a lot of time and care selecting your guitar, your pedals, and your amplifier. Why connect them with anything less than the best? PRS Signature Series instrument cables feature carefully tuned capacitance, designed specifically to carry a clear, musical signal from your guitar. The cables’ tight construction and dual screens of conductive thermoplastic and close lapped copper ensure flexible, noise free handling and excellent noise rejection,and all connectors utilize a no wear, no corrode hermetically sealed reed switch, making this cable ideal onstage and in the studio. Hand-made in London, England by VanDamme Cabling, PRS Signature Series cables are made with the highest-quality materials and attentive craftsmanship. Van Damme cables are used by the likes of Radiohead, Abbey Road Studios, Coldplay, The Foo Fighters, and come with an unlimited lifetime warranty!

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  • Signature 1/4" TS Straight/Straight Silent Instrument Cable - 18'
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Mill River Music & Guitar Shop

Northampton, MA, United States
Sales:8,312
Joined Reverb:2014

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