Laboga Cables vs. George L's

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by don maxxx, Aug 13, 2008.

  1. don maxxx

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    I want to get a new cable between my pedalboard and my guitar. What will be better Laboga or George L's? I don't want the cable to overhype any frequencies.
     
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    Haven't come across the Labogas yet. The George L's do tend to be bass shy/bright. Unless the Labogas are terribly expensive, the Van den Huls are in an entirely different class, price-wise, and likely can't be under consideration. The Lava Cable pedal kit is a much more balanced sounding product to my ear than the George L's and pretty comparable in price ($5 per end and 10 ft of cable being around $60 v. $75 for the Lava). Worth investigating.

    Michael
     
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    how are the klotz cables?
    BTW, I use a strat and a DRRI and probably a darker warmer sounding cable will be a great match.
     

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