Guitar players spend a lot of time thinking about their gear, from instruments to amps to pedals and beyond. But what often gets lost in all this deep thought about the equipment you use to transmit your sound is an understanding of the very thing that connects all the components involved in that sound to one another—your cables.
Contrary to general perception, all cables are not created equal. After putting so much time, effort and passion into crafting the ideal guitar sound, it would be a waste to have it marred by an inferior cable picking up electrostatic interference or sapping the top end from your tone.
With Canary Cables, you never have to worry about your cable lead getting in the way of your sound. As Archer Nation guitarist Dylan Rose points out, a Canary cable has all of your tone needs covered, starting with superior shielding that protects from and diffuses static electricity buildup.
Canary Cables are also extremely low capacitance, transmitting a pristine and clear signal from guitar to amp without any treble loss or muddiness, even with longer cable runs.
“If you’re somebody that always uses 25, 30, 40, 50 foot cables because you’re playing on large stages, it’s even more important to have a nice cable because you want to start with the lowest amount of capacitance per foot,” Rose says. “If you have a long cable the damage done is much less than if you started with an inexpensive one that’s just going to hammer your tone yard by yard by yard.”
But all the superior shielding and low capacitance isn’t worth much if your cable isn’t durable. Whether it’s being stomped on, dragged across stages or wrapped up and thrown in the back of a van at the end of a gig, a guitar lead take a lot of abuse on a nightly basis.
If you don’t want your cables breaking down almost immediately, you need a product built with strong materials and connectors. Canary Cables deliver quality sound and durability that guitarists can depend on night after night, ensuring you always “Get Heard With The Bird.”