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Lava Cable Offers New Proprietary Lava ELC Guitar And Instrument Cable

The Lava ELC™ cable is specifically designed for guitar and instrument applications and is made in the USA. This cable is made to be flexible, rugged and provide the best possible high definition...

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Lava Cable is now offering its own high-end proprietary guitar and instrument cable - The Lava ELC ™ (Extreme Low Capacitance).

The Lava ELC™ cable is specifically designed for guitar and instrument applications and is made in the USA. This cable is made to be flexible, rugged and provide the best possible high definition. High grain oxygen free copper and superior components are used to make a world-class cable capable of superb performance in all situations. At 17 pF per foot, it has the lowest capacitance of any cable in its class on the market. Every aspect of this cable was designed with the guitar and bass player in mind to provide for low microphonics, reliability, and superior frequency response. Neutrik straight and G&H right angle plugs are used and each cable is assembled using German made WBT Silver Solder.

The Lava ELC retails at $69.95 for a 20 foot cable. As with all Lava Cable products, numerous custom length and connector options are available. The specifications of the cable are; Conductor: 20 awg stranded OFC copper, Insulation: foamed PE, Electro-static: Conductive PVC, Shield: 95% braided tinned copper, Final jacket: Black PVC .270 diameter, Capacitance: 17 pf/FT. This cable can be purchased and custom ordered from Lava Cable's website.

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