Lava Cable Introduces Black and Gold Lava Solder-Free Plug

Fayetteville, NC (June 30, 2009) -- Lava Cable introduces a new version of its revolutionary solder-free plug. This new plug comes with a black anodized housing and gold-plated stem and

Fayetteville, NC (June 30, 2009) -- Lava Cable introduces a new version of its revolutionary solder-free plug. This new plug comes with a black anodized housing and gold-plated stem and grounding sleeve and is available in both right angle and straight versions. It is the lowest in capacitance of any like plug on the market and the gold plating offers a minor increase in conductivity over nickel to provide for slightly increased sonic performance. Like the nickel-plated version, this plug is also the smallest any like plug on the market allowing for the tightest spacing of pedal using solder-free plugs.

The new Black Gold Lava Plug retails for $9.50 each and comes in kits with 10’ of Lava Mini ELC Cable, 10 Plugs plus a stripping tool for $113.95 and can be purchased direct on Lava Cable’s website or through Lava Cable dealers carrying this product.

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