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Anyone using the tweed covered deluxe series guitar leads by Fender ?

 

Ive ordered a couple as I hope they don’t twist and tangle as much on stage compared to Klotz Guitar cable leads 

 

Ive ordered a 4.5 and 5.5m long lead 

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It's excellent and doesn't tangle.

 

I've owned previous cheaper versions of Fender leads that were cheap and nasty but a friend had one of these and I was so impressed I went out and bought one.

 

It's the best lead I've ever owned.

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I use the Fender Deluxe for amp to pedal and the Fender Professional (vinyl covering) from pedal to bass, figuring that the stage might have beer spilt on it so cloth-type leads could get waterlogged.

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I've had a few of the tweed covered ones - as Lozz says, they do absorb stuff off a wet/dirty stage. All bar one have stopped working, the one I have left is kept for home use only.

On the plus side, they do look good.

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I have a short pair for home use and a long pair for gigging. The long pair I've had for about 8 years or so and they're still going strong. 

 

2 guitarists in my bands use them too and they really rate them too.

 

The only thing I'd change about them is the colour choice. Fender have that vinyl covered line in their pastel colours (she'll pink, seafoam, Daphne blue etc) and it'd be nice to have those in tweed!

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Tangled cables, oh dear. I would suggest to learn coiling and buy velcros. Cables have to be treated well. I made my oldest still working cable in 1990's. No issues so far.

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