Anybody got a real world comparison between the Evidence Audio Monorail, & George L cable using the right angle GL connectors for pedal board use? Sound, tone, & feel differences?
+6000 :BEER the EA Monorail is great. I've heard they sound even better when you use the soldered ends. I'm not quite sure how there can be that much of a difference, but that's what I've heard.I have owned both. The Monorail stays. The GL isn't even in the same league. The EA is not as harsh and is fuller and richer sounding by far.
nope I did it one cable at a time...first amp>PB...then PB> guitar...next was one pedalboard cable at at a time and finally power cables and in every case I heard a difference that I liked...so I redid my whole rig with EA Lyrics and Source cables except for a Mulder speaker cable which is voiced more to my liking in my amp...YMMV!Not accusing anyone of 'snake-oil' or less than golden ears... But isn't it difficult to objectively compare when you've swapped out cables. after taking the time to rewire the board, etc. I can hear subtle differences in cables, power, etc when I can A/B them directly, but my less than golden ears can't detect the difference given much time between A and B
Hey Seegs... Did you compare a Siren with the Mulder? What tonal differences were there, and why did you prefer the Mulder?so I redid my whole rig with EA Lyrics and Source cables except for a Mulder speaker cable which is voiced more to my liking in my amp...YMMV!
Your welcome Macaroni...GCT...I like that...for me once I hear and feel the difference there is no holding back I just have to do itThanks Seegs! Tony told me that difference between the Siren & Siren II, was sort of like the difference between the Lyric and Lyric HG.
I've always been curious about the Mulder, but the high cost, has been holding me back for the time being.
You know how it is - every piece of gear has its GAS/COST Threshold - GCT.