New G&H Plug on Solid Silvers

Buena Park, CA. (July 19, 2007) - Zaolla announces the release of their new Artist Series Solid Silver cables fitted with G&H plugs. G&H Industries'' Clear Connect Technology boasts maximum signal transfer due to a pneumatic assembly method that doesn''t involve solder. The combination of such a trusted cable with cutting edge connection technology promises to deliver crystal clean signals while being impossible to break or fail during a show or a session.

The cables are availabe in a number of jack configurations (straight to straight, straight to right angle and right angle to right angle) in various lengths ranging from 3 feet to 20 feet.

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