American Stage Cable wins the 2012 NAMM's Best in Show Award
Planet Waves bagged the 2012 Winter NAMM's Best in Show - "Gotta Stock It" category with their American Stage Cables.
The American Stage Cable features Planet Wave's In=Out signal transparency technology, 180-degree solder joints and the Geo-Tip design which helps it fit in all jack inputs.
The "Gotta Stock It" category is awarded to a product that retailers want to stock immediately, if they haven't already got it. Our own pick for the best guitar cable may not agree, but we do acknowledge that the American Stage Cable deserve its award as the current retailers favorite.
Planet Waves American Stage cables are custom designed and US made instrument cables. They are built to reproduce the full lows and rich highs as transparently as possible with noise free operation. It features a 22AWG Oxygen Free copper center for signal transfers, and it employs 95% tinned copper braid and conductive PVC under jacket for interference and noise rejection.
The in-line solder process utilizes modern micro flame technology and specially formulated RoHS compliant solder to create a permanent bond between wire and connector, creating better strain relief and durability. The connectors are designed by Planet Waves and built by Neutrik in their state-of-the-art facility in Lichtenstein, using the high quality components. The American Stage instrument cable also provides reduced tangling and easier uncoiling with its flexible cable construction.
Brian Vance, D’Addario’s Director of Product Management, was quoted saying: "It feels great to get recognized for our hard work with this new cable! We wanted to develop an instrument cable that sounds great, is flexible, and built like a tank. That’s precisely what we’ve done with American Stage.”
The current retail price for the Planet Waves American Stage Instrument Cable is at $29.99
For more information on the cable and other products, you can visit Planet Waves.
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