The cable automatically cuts the audio signal when plugging and unplugging from your instrument.

Titusville, FL (February 20, 2020) -- Gold Tone Music Group has launched the Killer Cable, a revolutionary new guitar cable that eliminates the headaches caused by switching instruments live on stage. The Killer Cable automatically cuts the audio signal when plugging and unplugging from your instrument’s 1/4” jack. No more popping, crackling or buzzing!

In addition to eliminating unwanted, jarring noise, the cable offers extra protection for audio equipment – especially for instruments that are plugged directly into the mixing board, feeding into the house PA system. No more high-volume surges to sensitive tweeters.

Jason Domulot, one of Florida’s premier entertainers and sound engineers tested the prototype for over a year. Jason says, “I took it on jobs 6 nights a week. There are no kinks, it’s easy to roll, but the coolest thing is when you unplug from the guitar or bass it kills the signal to the amp. So, there is never any popping or cracking.”

The Killer Cable is available with a straight or right-angle plug. It is also labeled showing the correct end to insert in your instrument and the amp.

  • 15 feet in length
  • Gold plated jacks
  • Heat shrink reinforced ends
  • 90% OFC braided wire
  • Vintage black and red woven cloth
  • Easy grips for plugging and unplugging

Designed in Gold Tone’s Titusville headquarters, the Killer Cable is shipping now. Suggested retail price is $50.00.

Watch the company's video demo:

For more information:
Gold Tone Music Group

Looking for more great gear for the guitar player in your life (yourself included!)? Check out this year's Holiday Gear Finds!

Read MoreShow less

Dunable announce new Minotaur model featuring Grover Rotomatic Keystone tuners.

Read MoreShow less

This full-amp-stack-in-a-box pedal brings a new flavor to the Guitar Legend Tone Series of pedals, Missing Link Audio’s flagship product line.

Read MoreShow less

John Bohlinger plays “Grandpa,” Kurt Cobain’s 1953 D-18 that resides in the Martin Guitar 1833 Shop and Museum.

Energy is in everything. Something came over me while playing historical instruments in the Martin Guitar Museum.

When I’m filming gear demo videos, I rarely know what I’m going to play. I just pick up whatever instrument I’m handed and try to feel where it wants to go. Sometimes I get no direction, but sometimes, gear is truly inspiring—like music or emotion falls right out. I find this true particularly with old guitars. You might feel some vibe attached to the instrument that affects what and how you play. I realize this sounds like a hippie/pseudo-spiritual platitude, but we’re living in amazing times. The Nobel Prize was just awarded to a trio of quantum physicists for their experiments with quantum entanglement, what Albert Einstein called “spooky action at a distance.” Mainstream science now sounds like magic, so let’s suspend our disbelief for a minute and consider that there’s more to our world than what’s on the surface.

Read MoreShow less