Slash uses Mogami cables for world tour
Wednesday 3rd April 2013
With over 30 million records sold worldwide, the solos of guitarist Slash have been ringing out for over three decades. Lead guitarist for Guns N’ Roses, Velvet Revolver and Slash’s Snakepit, his signature sound is a mix of talent, a Les Paul guitar, a Marshall Amplifier, and now Mogami cable.
The Stoke-on-Trent native released ‘Apocalyptic Love’ featuring Miles Kennedy and the Conspirators in 2012 and is currently on a world tour using Mogami Guitar Cable. Utilising a high-density shield and conductive PVC layer to eliminate handling noise, the cable features an oxygen free copper core that results in a very low-noise, transparent and accurate cable.
What does Slash have to say about Mogami cables? "The main thing about these cables is that they endure everything I put them through, which is Hell."
The unique manufacturing processes developed by Mogami makes it possible to execute over 3,500 types of cables in their factory in Nagano, Japan. This enables Mogami to design the most suitable cable configuration for each application and produce extremely efficient products without any unnecessary waste.
Mogami ‘Cable for Life’ products are high-quality cables available in a single-cable package with terminated ends.The range includes a total of 46 cables, including Reference Microphones Cables, Premium Studio Accessory Cables; Premium Guitar Cables, Premium AES/EBU Interface Cables; Analogue 8-channel multicore cables, and Digital 8-channel AES/EBU multicore cables.
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