Analysis Plus Introduces Big Green Oval Cable

The new Big Green Oval instrument cable from Analysis Plus is designed to offer a fantastic, tone-friendly option for guitarists and bassists.

Flushing, MI (January 4, 2011) -- Analysis Plus has announced a new cable addition to their lineup: the Big Green Oval Cable.

The new Big Green Oval instrument cable from Analysis Plus is designed to offer a fantastic, tone-friendly option for guitarists and bassists. As the newest addition to the Analysis Plus product line, the Big Green Oval offers a different approach from the coaxial design that Analysis Plus uses in its other products. The Big Green Oval employs a balanced design, with low-loss 18-gauge oxygen-free copper conductors woven in their patented oval design. Analysis Plus says players will notice an enhanced dynamic feel when using the Big Green oval cable. The Big Green Oval will be available in 12-foot (street $99) and 20-foot (street $159) lengths.

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