• GLS Audio 20 Foot Guitar Instrument Cable - 1/4-Inch TS to 1/4-Inch TS 20 FT Black Gray Tweed Cloth Jacket - 20 Feet Pro Guitar Cord 20' Phono 6.3mm Cord - Single
  • GLS Audio 20 Foot Guitar Instrument Cable - 1/4-Inch TS to 1/4-Inch TS 20 FT Black Gray Tweed Cloth Jacket - 20 Feet Pro Guitar Cord 20' Phono 6.3mm Cord - Single
  • GLS Audio 20 Foot Guitar Instrument Cable - 1/4-Inch TS to 1/4-Inch TS 20 FT Black Gray Tweed Cloth Jacket - 20 Feet Pro Guitar Cord 20' Phono 6.3mm Cord - Single
GLS Audio 20 Foot Guitar Instrument Cable - 1/4-Inch TS to 1/4-Inch TS 20 FT Black Gray Tweed Cloth Jacket - 20 Feet Pro Guitar Cord 20' Phono 6.3mm Cord - Single
GLS Audio 20 Foot Guitar Instrument Cable - 1/4-Inch TS to 1/4-Inch TS 20 FT Black Gray Tweed Cloth Jacket - 20 Feet Pro Guitar Cord 20' Phono 6.3mm Cord - Single
GLS Audio 20 Foot Guitar Instrument Cable - 1/4-Inch TS to 1/4-Inch TS 20 FT Black Gray Tweed Cloth Jacket - 20 Feet Pro Guitar Cord 20' Phono 6.3mm Cord - Single

GLS Audio 20 Foot Guitar Instrument Cable - 1/4-Inch TS to 1/4-Inch TS 20 FT Black Gray Tweed Cloth Jacket - 20 Feet Pro Guitar Cord 20' Phono 6.3mm Cord - Single

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  • Braided Tweed Cloth Jacket
  • Super Durable & Flexy
  • OFC Insulator Shield & Conductive PVC Shield
  • Very Low Capacitance
  • ONLY 38 Picofarads Per Foot

Customer Reviews

Good sound and cat proof. These cords are excellent quality. I needed cords that my cats wouldn't chew on. (random fact: certain plastics are made with fish oil, which makes cats want to chew on it.) (other random fact: If my cats ruined one more guitar cord I was going to force them to get a job so they could buy me new guitar cords) So I did some Amazon browsing and these seemed like my best option. And they did not disappoint. The sound quality is great. Now if GLS could make cords for all my other electronics, I'd be all set. 5These cables are quiet, pretty, durable and flexible. I've owned several cable and harness manufacturing companys over the past 45+ years and played in Rock bands since 1964. I made all my own musical instrument cabling, snake cables, grounded and ungrounded XLR styles so I do know something about equipment quality and durability. Now at age 71 and retired I moved to a senior project and of course disposed of most of my equipment and cordage. Recently we "older" folks decided to at least jam and pretend we're still young and I again needed new cords. I scanned the sources for price v quality and hit on GLS. These cords (I got two to start) are really really nice - and the assorted tweed colors make them easy to ID. The quality is top notch and checking the assembly, they are tough as nails and with virtually zero tribo-electric noise. They are unusually flexible and comfortable to use - and they look good. I was never one for wireless though I used it many times. If I need cables for any audio purpose - GLS is my choice. They coil really nicely as well - something others are too stiff to do easily. 5they were very good. The engineer at that studio was no slouch ... I first used GLS guitar cables back in the late 60's. I was doing some studio recording helping folks with making demos and the engineer asked if I would use his cables - GLS. I bough a few right away, they were very good. The engineer at that studio was no slouch - a EE from GaTech, he knew a lot about such things.I've used this new cable for a couple of weeks now and it has been everything I would expect. The delivery and price were better than expected. I will be getting a couple more and will be trying their other kinds of cable as the need arises. 5Nice Purchased two of these cables. So far they are working great. I like there flexibility and fabric covering. I purchased one in yellow as well so I could see it on the floor easier. Also, they come with velcro ties so you can roll them up which I did. I purchased longer one cables than I needed and rolled them up so they were the size I needed. Now I can let it out if I need more length. Would recommend these cables. 5Great For the Price So far, so good, but these days you can't rely on cords to last forever like they did 30 years ago. However, for the money, this cord is fine. We'll see how it's working a year from now. I paid way more money for a "deluxe" Fender cord, only to have it break a year later... 4Cable turns into snake and bites bass player Bought this a couple weeks ago and this cable is phenomenal. I am currently on a world tour and with the abuse our gear usually gets at gigs, this thing holds up like a tank. The braided shield makes it easy to coil and it is practically noiseless. The fact that it looks like a poisonous snake is a plus. At times I think it's going to come alive and bite me in the neck which gives me that extra adrenaline and spark I need on stage. 5Another fine GLS Audio Cable! I also have their patch cables and speaker cable. Never used the brand before but saw the positive reviews and placed my order. This guitar cable is well made and solidly constructed just like the other cable of theirs that I have tried. Very happy customer and I recommend these. 5Pretty good Great price for a good product. I bought this to just have another cord to my amp. Anyways the only problem I have is kind of weird. I have a cheap squire that I have modified and this cable fits very well into the input jack on that guitar. However, my very expensive Ibanez's jack does not fit the cable as well at times. If I'm bent over or kneeling changing effects on my amp or whatever the cord can wiggle in the jack and makes me think my active pickup is out of battery. With a readjust it's fixed but just an odd problem to have. Other than that everything about this cable is great. 4Flexible Instrument Cable with premium 1/4" connectors that rivals the quality of mega-brands. Great quality instrument cable that is a super value for the money. GLS products are every bit as good as Spectraflex brand N-Flex cables in our experience. The cloth covering is durable and flexible while still providing superior abrasion resistance. It's obvious that a lot of thought went into the manufacturing process in regards to quality control & material selection. We highly recommend GLS instrument cables for bands & mobile performers that need to frequently connect and disconnect their equipment. These cables hold up well to daily abuse. 5Not so good Plugged it in and I thought my amp was going bad. Loud buzzing and my guitar kept cutting in and out. I replaced it with an old Fender cable that I had and the amp sounded great. I don't think these have sufficient shielding. They look real nice and I love how flexible it is, but if it doesn't work, it really doesn't matter how pretty it is. My advice----spend more money and get a good cable. I hate to give a product a bad review. I realize that the supplier needs to make money, but they need to invest a little more quality into this item and sell it for a little bit more. A Monster cable this long is 4 to 5 times more expensive----but they are guaranteed for life and they work great. 2
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Good sound and cat proof. These cords are excellent quality. I needed cords that my cats wouldn't chew on. (random fact: certain plastics are made with fish oil, which makes cats want to chew on it.) (other random fact: If my cats ruined one more guitar cord I was going to force them to get a job so they could buy me new guitar cords) So I did some Amazon browsing and these seemed like my best option. And they did not disappoint. The sound quality is great. Now if GLS could make cords for all my other electronics, I'd be all set. 5These cables are quiet, pretty, durable and flexible. I've owned several cable and harness manufacturing companys over the past 45+ years and played in Rock bands since 1964. I made all my own musical instrument cabling, snake cables, grounded and ungrounded XLR styles so I do know something about equipment quality and durability. Now at age 71 and retired I moved to a senior project and of course disposed of most of my equipment and cordage. Recently we "older" folks decided to at least jam and pretend we're still young and I again needed new cords. I scanned the sources for price v quality and hit on GLS. These cords (I got two to start) are really really nice - and the assorted tweed colors make them easy to ID. The quality is top notch and checking the assembly, they are tough as nails and with virtually zero tribo-electric noise. They are unusually flexible and comfortable to use - and they look good. I was never one for wireless though I used it many times. If I need cables for any audio purpose - GLS is my choice. They coil really nicely as well - something others are too stiff to do easily. 5they were very good. The engineer at that studio was no slouch ... I first used GLS guitar cables back in the late 60's. I was doing some studio recording helping folks with making demos and the engineer asked if I would use his cables - GLS. I bough a few right away, they were very good. The engineer at that studio was no slouch - a EE from GaTech, he knew a lot about such things.I've used this new cable for a couple of weeks now and it has been everything I would expect. The delivery and price were better than expected. I will be getting a couple more and will be trying their other kinds of cable as the need arises. 5Nice Purchased two of these cables. So far they are working great. I like there flexibility and fabric covering. I purchased one in yellow as well so I could see it on the floor easier. Also, they come with velcro ties so you can roll them up which I did. I purchased longer one cables than I needed and rolled them up so they were the size I needed. Now I can let it out if I need more length. Would recommend these cables. 5Great For the Price So far, so good, but these days you can't rely on cords to last forever like they did 30 years ago. However, for the money, this cord is fine. We'll see how it's working a year from now. I paid way more money for a "deluxe" Fender cord, only to have it break a year later... 4Cable turns into snake and bites bass player Bought this a couple weeks ago and this cable is phenomenal. I am currently on a world tour and with the abuse our gear usually gets at gigs, this thing holds up like a tank. The braided shield makes it easy to coil and it is practically noiseless. The fact that it looks like a poisonous snake is a plus. At times I think it's going to come alive and bite me in the neck which gives me that extra adrenaline and spark I need on stage. 5Another fine GLS Audio Cable! I also have their patch cables and speaker cable. Never used the brand before but saw the positive reviews and placed my order. This guitar cable is well made and solidly constructed just like the other cable of theirs that I have tried. Very happy customer and I recommend these. 5Pretty good Great price for a good product. I bought this to just have another cord to my amp. Anyways the only problem I have is kind of weird. I have a cheap squire that I have modified and this cable fits very well into the input jack on that guitar. However, my very expensive Ibanez's jack does not fit the cable as well at times. If I'm bent over or kneeling changing effects on my amp or whatever the cord can wiggle in the jack and makes me think my active pickup is out of battery. With a readjust it's fixed but just an odd problem to have. Other than that everything about this cable is great. 4Flexible Instrument Cable with premium 1/4" connectors that rivals the quality of mega-brands. Great quality instrument cable that is a super value for the money. GLS products are every bit as good as Spectraflex brand N-Flex cables in our experience. The cloth covering is durable and flexible while still providing superior abrasion resistance. It's obvious that a lot of thought went into the manufacturing process in regards to quality control & material selection. We highly recommend GLS instrument cables for bands & mobile performers that need to frequently connect and disconnect their equipment. These cables hold up well to daily abuse. 5Not so good Plugged it in and I thought my amp was going bad. Loud buzzing and my guitar kept cutting in and out. I replaced it with an old Fender cable that I had and the amp sounded great. I don't think these have sufficient shielding. They look real nice and I love how flexible it is, but if it doesn't work, it really doesn't matter how pretty it is. My advice----spend more money and get a good cable. I hate to give a product a bad review. I realize that the supplier needs to make money, but they need to invest a little more quality into this item and sell it for a little bit more. A Monster cable this long is 4 to 5 times more expensive----but they are guaranteed for life and they work great. 2
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