Reverb Cable Kit - Vintage style RCA, 3 ft and 5 ft
Starting at: $13.95
Package of 2
Fully Assembled version
Package includes two vintage style RCA cables: One 3 foot and one 5 foot.
Assembly required. Kit comes with one 3 ft. and one 5 ft. length of insulated braided wire and 4 RCA plugs. Solder RCA plugs onto the ends of the wires by stripping ⅜" of the white insulation from wire. Insert wire into tip. Solder in place. Next, solder braided shielding to sleeve of the plug.
|Type||Our Part Number||UPC/EAN|
|Length||Fully Assembled version||S-H279||36 in., 60 in.|
|Packaging Dimensions||6 in. × 5.9 in. × 0.4 in.|
|Weight (Packaging)||DIY Kit version||S-H279-KIT||0.156 lbs.|
|Fully Assembled version||S-H279||0.11 lbs.|
|S-H279 - Fully Assembled version||Length||36 in., 60 in.|
|DIY Kit Instructions for DIY Kit||S-H279-KIT|
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1 answers Hi, i have a fender 65 super reverb reissue and want to replace the reverb tank cable. What is the difference in quality between these cable and the other model you have ? Which is the best choice for noise free operation ? Thanks
Asked by Anonymous on January 4th, 2019.
There is no noticeable difference in quality, but one of the benefits of the vintage style cable is that it can be easily repaired if broken. Some people also prefer this cable set for the aesthetic value over the modern style.
0 answers I have a Fender twin rwverb silverface, i would lime these cables, why is there a 3 foot & a 5 foot cable?
Asked by Anonymous on March 11th, 2019.
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I love these cables but they we're the most challenging part of this build. Can these be offered in 12" and 18" length?