Lava Cable Retro Coil Angled Instrument Cable 20ft, Sea Foam Green

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  • 20ft (6.1m) Coiled Straight to Angle Ended Instrument Cable
  • ¼" Jack Connections
  • G&H Plugs with Copper Core Technology™
  • 99.99% Pure Oxygen Free Copper Low-Strand Count Conductor
  • Sea Foam Green Colour

Lava Cable Retro Coil Angled Instrument Cable 20ft, Sea Foam Green

The Lava Cable Retro Coil is a revolutionary cable featuring a unique Hybrid Elastomeric Polymer blend resulting in the most rugged, durable and light coil cable on the market. This version is 20ft (6.1m) with straight to right angled jack connections, perfect for practising and playing small to medium stages. Sea Foam Green colour. With all the vibrant colours available, you'll never fail to stand out. Made entirely in the USA.

Product Ref: 69726

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Constructed with a 99.99 oxygen free pure copper low-strand count conductor, low capacitance for superior signal passing, and a spiral shield for the best RF rejection. A nitrogen-injected FPE dielectric dials in the capacitance to a sweet spot, capturing the perfect tone, not too bright or dark.

Active cable noise is reduced significantly by the Retro Coil's exclusively designed inner PVC jacket. And the coil means the cable is no hassle at all to carry around, you'll barely even notice it.

G&H Industries plugs by Abbatron with their patented Copper Core Technology™ are used with 4 silver solder resulting in maximum signal flow unrivaled by other cables. A practical, stylish and effective instrument cable that redefines what a coil cable should be.


  • 20ft (6.1m) Length
  • ¼" Straight-Right Angle jack connections
  • G&H Industries plugs with Copper Core Technology™
  • 99.99 Oxygen free pure copper low-strand count conductor
  • Low capacitance, nitrogen-injected FPE dielectric
  • Spiral shield
  • Exclusive PVC inner jacket reducing noise
  • 4 silver solder to maximize signal flow