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Instrument cables, can't find the guy anymore
Old 30th January 2007
  #1
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Instrument cables, can't find the guy anymore

Hi!

A few months back I bought a couple of instrument cables from a guy in the US who solders them by hand.
This guy was recommended here.
I'm very happy with the cables and need to buy more but I can't find the invoice with the name of his company or his emails anymore. Can anybody help?

The cable he uses is black, thinner then usual and a bit less bendable then usual. The plastic sleeve is marked "GS-6 Canare Cables 505". The jacks are marked "GH". The cables were reasonably priced.
I seem to remember it was a one-man company.

I realize this is very vague info and it could be anybody , but I remember many people here buying from him and being very pleased. A search didn't make me any wiser.

Thanks!

Davide
Old 30th January 2007
  #2
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Lava Cable?

Any chance it might be Mark Stoddard with Lava Cable?

http://www.lavacable.com

I've bought a couple small cables from him and I love them - extremely well built, great communication and service, sound wonderful.


Justin
Old 30th January 2007
  #3
Gear Head
 

It wasn't Lava Cable, but I checked the link out and it looks interesting.

Thanks!

b.
Old 30th January 2007
  #4
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Was it Bayou Cables maybe? Butch does great work... very reasonable.
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c
Old 30th January 2007
  #5
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It's either Bayou or lava cables.
I've made and sold the exact cables myself here on gearslutz
Old 8th September 2009
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Lava Cable

I want to recommend Mr. Mark Stoddard. I've been a professional musician for almost 40 years and I think great cables are important. Mark makes great cables. Whatever you believe about cables....all voodoo aside....Mark is a man of integrity. I placed my first order with him and it took a while (OK, almost a month) and when I called him, instead of becoming defensive refunded my money - and sent me a free cable. That's how you get loyal clients. By the way the Y - cable from Lava Cable - inserted into the 2 lower inputs of my 1974 Marshall JMP 50W - sounds great.
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