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Monster S100-I-6 Standard 100 1/4-Inch Instrument Cable (6 Feet)
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Monster S100-I-6 Standard 100 1/4-Inch Instrument Cable (6 Feet)

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Monster Standard 100 Instrument Cable is the first step into a world of flawlessly detailed guitar and bass sound. Precision windings and heavy gauge construction give your sound more presence, wider frequency response, and excellent dynamic range. Dense spiral copper with special dielectric minimizes handling noise. Extra-flexible jacket endures extended stage and studio use. Reinforced connectors stand up to rugged use whether whether you're gigging, tracking in the studio, or jamming in the garage. Monster 100 Series Features & Specifications Precision coaxial design for accurate frequency repsonse and wide dynamic range. 90% coverage copper-braided shield rejects RFI and EMI for a lower noise floor and increased resolution. Carbon-infused dielectric reduces microphonic pops and cracks for a noise-free cable design. IsoTec vibration techonlogy further redudes handling noise. Extra-flexible Duraflex outer jacket for superior reliability and cut resistance. Interchageable, color O ring attaches to each connector for customized identification. New heavy-duty, molded connector design increases durability and resists damage. Hard chrome contact 1/4 inch connectors are durable and corrosion resistant. Professionals recognize that the quality of cable in a sound system can dramatically affect, for better or worse, an entire mix, or an instrument's tone. When you're ready to settle for nothing less than premium cable, Monster is the name to turn to. Available in 3 grades, all Monster Cables are known for incredibly pure sound quality. On a budget? Monster Standard 100 instrument, mic and speaker cables deliver improved performance at an affordable price.


Heavy-Duty Injection Molded Connector - Specially designed strain relief increases cable durability and resists damage

Color-Coded Rings - for easy identification when you're plugging in multiple cable. Several colors included

Ultra-Flexible Duraflex® Protective Jacket - Coils & uncoils effortlessly. Withstands heavy use and provides cut resistance for stage and studio applications.

Special Copper Windings - Provides improved clarity and tighter bass, even over long lengths.

Hard nickel contact 1/4" connectors or Monster Tips (bananas) are durable and corrosion resistant.

Magnetic Flux Tube® construction and special cable windings for natural music reproduction.

Heavy-Duty Shielding - Dense copper braided shield for excellent noise rejection

CL3 rated for in-wall installations.

Product Details:
Product Length: 10.5 inches
Product Width: 7.0 inches
Product Height: 1.2 inches
Product Weight: 0.2 pounds
Package Length: 7.1 inches
Package Width: 4.2 inches
Package Height: 0.3 inches
Package Weight: 0.2 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 82 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 4.5 ( 82 customer reviews )
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26 of 28 found the following review helpful:

5Monster of a DealJan 07, 2008
By Giuseppe C.
I'm a keyboard player, and in the past I had been spending $40-$60 for Monster's "delegated" keyboard cables. But suddenly one shorted out on me after only several months use, causing me to question the "Monster mystique." I began to compare the Monster keyboard cables with cheap, "off-brand" guitar cables and couldn't hear any difference. No question it's a well-made, trustworthy (but not indestructible or infallible) cable, but I'm no longer committed to it at any price. However, at Amazon's current "value" price for this particular Monster cable, it's a no-brainer. Moreover, I no longer have hesitations about purchasing a cable that doesn't say "piano" or "keyboard" on it. (One of my Monster keyboard cables even came with one end designated for the amp and the other for the instrument--but it was hard to see which was which in a dimly lit club.)

As for length, 6 feet is ideal if you're playing through your own amp (my preference). If you're plugging into a board or P.A. system, you'll want anywhere from 12 feet to 25 feet.

7 of 7 found the following review helpful:

5Good quality cableMar 24, 2009
By Ivan Chestaro
This cable is of very good quality. You can feel it when you touch and use it, you know it will last long. If you want to practice in a little room or sitting by the amp, 6ft will do it. Otherwise you will need a longer cable because if you like to walk while playing, this cable will be very short for that. Great cable, will buy again a longer one for different use.

4 of 4 found the following review helpful:

1This is what's wrong with Monster these daysMar 28, 2013
By J. Wessel
I remember a decade ago when anything Monster brand, even the low end stuff like this, was better made than most other brand's premium lines.

Boy times have changed. Monster has dropped in quality and I can't believe I was stupid enough to buy two of these noisy things. Sure they work. But there is so much cable noise, they are virtually useless. Fortunately, I was buying them for my mooch buddy who never brings his own gear to my place. I have nothing but high-end old school Monster cable in my rigs and it's amazing.

These cables are worse than most free store brand cables that the big box retailers like to throw in on guitar and amp purchases. Avoid at all costs. These aren't even worth making into nooses to lynch the board members of Monster for cutting so many damn corners and ruining their product line.

14 of 18 found the following review helpful:

5They're Monster Cables.Jan 30, 2009
By J. Miller "StudioMaster"
OK, OK, I've heard it before: Monster cables are generally overpriced and they don't make your guitar or keyboards sound any better, but you have to admit they are durable and well-made.

For anyone that's endured a cheapo cable, it's clearly worth it to spend a few extra bucks and get one that's not going to give you headaches during a live performance or cause you to wake up in the middle of the afternoon screaming the next day.

A cable you're not afraid to step on (occasionally) or yank a little, these are Monsters' "standard" cables (not the most expensive ones) that sound as good and perform just as well as their pricier cables.

But hey, if you like to brag about your cables, go spend more money on them, but you really don't need to.

3 of 3 found the following review helpful:

5SuperJan 28, 2008
By Alan Price
Very tough, excellent sound...this cable is so much better quality than the other cables I have...was getting a slight hum with previous cable but nothing with this one...excellent buy

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