I am on a quest for guitar cable that is primarily and particularly adept at noise rejection. This would be a well-shielded, least microphonic beast that can reject EMI and RFI more far effectively than the common cable. Have you had any experience where you switched cables and noticed some noise reduction? I play some high gain and that simply magnifies this issue. So, noise rejection is primary and capacitance is secondary. My dream is to keep this cost at somewhere under $60 for a 10 footer. The candidates thus far are: Sommer XXL Sommer GrindyCop (seems very "shielding-oriented") Lava ELC Death Valley Cables (Custom Belden CBI cable uses stranded copper shield instead of braided - am I looking at the right shielding element?) DiMarzio ? Whirlwind Accusonic 1+ Leader Standard Mogami Gold cables have not cut it in my environment. Please share both your experiences and wisdom.