British guitar and bass strings manufacturer, Rotosound has repackaged its extensive range of instrument cables, which now come in a choice of over thirty specifications.
The new packaging enhances an outstanding collection of varied and versatile high quality instrument cables, which have been engineered to Rotosound’s exacting standards. Featuring pure copper cable for superior signal transmission and audio excellence with world-class straight or angled jacks, these cables are precisely manufactured for consistency, strength and sound clarity.
The range includes a choice of lengths up to 45ft, straight or curly cables, which includes XLR, midi, patch, speakon, extension and phono leads. All cables are 100% hand inspected and finished in non-toxic PVC sleeves.
Engineered to high specifications, these cables are made tough for long lasting use both for live and studio applications. The rock solid reliability of Rotosound’s cables combined with long lasting durability make them a highly professional choice.
To find our more about the Rotosound cable range visit http://www.rotosound.com/
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