What's the diierence between Lava and GL solderless cables?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Wolf Child, Dec 27, 2009.

  1. Wolf Child

    Wolf Child Member

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    Sorry for the misspell. Old keyboard. Thanks
     
  2. tonedover

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    in my mind, not a lot.... lava have a smaller profile so you can squeeze more stuff on your board than with the GLs
     
  3. coot tone

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    The sleeve that the Lava ELC solderless use is the innovation that blows George L's away. I have never had a Lava ECL solderless fail, and I have maybe 15 cables I've made myself.
     
  4. turtleheadblues

    turtleheadblues Senior Member

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    Yes our plugs are smaller. Ours do not use a set screw. It uses a grounding sleeve that makes a 360 degree contact and locks in with the plug. This makes a major difference. As long as it was made properly you can pull a wagon with it and it will work fine. They do not work loose. The Lava Mini ELC was designed to provide an even full EQ.
     
  5. Wolf Child

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    Then my business you shall get within a few days. I need to make a final decision on my speaker and instrument cables an I'm all in. Oh, and what color coily cable :'D

    Cable guy, can I pm you with a few questions?

    Thanks.
     
  6. turtleheadblues

    turtleheadblues Senior Member

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    Anytime.
     
  7. coot tone

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    Wolf Child, the Lava ELC soldered guitar cables are great as well.

    Mark is a first class guy who backs his products up 100 percent. Buy with confidence.
     

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