I'm aware that some kinds of wire are superior to others inside a guitar. But why? What does braided vs. solid have to do with tone? What about the covering? Do electrons know that the covering is vintage-style cloth and not Radio Shack plastic? I guess I can understand that braided wire might have a different tone, given that those coiled guitar cables impart a more "vintage" tone than regular straight ones, and "scatter-wound" pickup windings supposedly affect tone. But why not just use cheap Radio Shack bulk wire in for pickups, pots, switches and jacks?