Works great, looks great, no complaints. We'll see how it holds up in time, but all the potential fatigue points look reinforced. More neutral colors would be nice, yellow tweed or black. Maybe I'm just a boring guy.
I play bass and replaced a high-end Whirlwind cloth cord that finally went bad after 10 years with this one. I’ve only played 2 gigs with it. It looks to be made as well as the Whirlwind at a fraction of the price and I expect it to last as long. Good tips, solid cord, cool blue color....I really dig it!I would definitely recommend it and buy more of them as needed.
There are just some things for which I will not pay a high price, and guitar cables are in that list. My son's band borrowed one of these for a show and there were zero problems. I've purchased other cables from Monoprice and it's the same story with those. Maybe if I were constantly gigging and beat up my equipment I'd find whether these can really hold up, but since that's not the case, they're solid for my purposes. The seem just as well built as much more expensive cables I bought pre-Internet era (didn't have much choice back then), so we'll see if they last as long.
The cloth series cable is a great buy. It is pleasant looking, 20 ft is a perfect distance cable, my 10's are just too short. Cable is very quiet, very little hum or buzz on a tube amp. No problem with the connectors. Only con is it tends to kink up. There are better cables out there for much more money, but if you're on a budget or just frugal, it is a good cable and well worth a try.