Boss BIC-10A Instrument Cable, Straight to Right-Angle 1/4" Connectors (10')

BH #BOBIC10A • MFR #BIC-10A
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Boss BIC-10A Instrument Cable, Straight to Right-Angle 1/4" Connectors (10')
Key Features
  • For Guitar, Bass & Keyboard Instruments
  • Oxygen-Free Copper Core
  • 24K Gold-Plated Contacts
  • Heavy-Duty Braided Shield
The 10' BIC-10A Instrument Cable from BOSS is engineered to preserve your tone with custom-designed connectors and 24K gold-plated contacts. The cable has a straight 1/4" connector on one end and a right-angle 1/4" on the other. It can be used for guitar, bass, and keyboard instruments, and is suitable for live stage, theater, recording, rehearsal applications, and more. The heavy-duty braided shield provides both ultra-quiet operation and lasting durability you can count on. The studio-grade, oxygen-free copper core wire transfers every detail.
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Expected availability: 2-4 weeks
$29.99

Important Notice

  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.
Length
10'15'
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Boss BIC-10A Overview

The 10' BIC-10A Instrument Cable from BOSS is engineered to preserve your tone with custom-designed connectors and 24K gold-plated contacts. The cable has a straight 1/4" connector on one end and a right-angle 1/4" on the other. It can be used for guitar, bass, and keyboard instruments, and is suitable for live stage, theater, recording, rehearsal applications, and more. The heavy-duty braided shield provides both ultra-quiet operation and lasting durability you can count on. The studio-grade, oxygen-free copper core wire transfers every detail.

Custom 1/4" connectors with 24K gold-plated contacts
Heavy-duty braided shielding for quiet operation and durability
Woven outer jacket for flexibility and additional durability
UPC: 761294217085

Boss BIC-10A Specs

Connector 11 x 1/4" TS Male Straight
Connector 21 x 1/4" TS Male Right Angle
Cable Length10' / 3 m
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