- Vintage braided shielded cloth wire
- 5 feet length
- Braided shield with white** waxed cloth push-back insulation
- 22 gauge stranded & tinned wire
- Enough to rewire most guitars with extra leftover
- The same type of wire used in the 50' vintage guitars
No stripping required - braided shield and cloth insulation pulls back to expose conductor wire.
**recently our supplier changed from the black to white cloth wire that is inside the shielded braiding. All of our current stock is white. SORRY, WE HAVEN'T UPDATED THE LISTING IMAGES YET.
MM or CM to Fractions of Inches
A lot of aftermarket braided wire has insufficiently thick inner cloth so you end up cutting through it, not a problem with this stuff! I've used this to repair multiple vintage pickups and it's very close to the original stuff.
I wired my Les Paul and the length was just enough to replace all plastic wires it had, and get a couple of extra inches to add on one of the pickups that was short. Wire is of very good quality
Exactly what I needed. This wire simplified soldering 335 electronics. Also, Philadelphia had this wire in stock, and competitors did not.
Nicely shielded, and works as good as true vintage wires!
This wire is wonderful. The shielding and cloth both push back easily, solders well, and has that awesome vintage vibe.
In hollowbody electrics, be careful and make the wires nice and tight, or use shrink tubing around them. If the ground braid touches things like the selector switch in a hollowbody, it might cut the signal. For humbuckers intended for hollowbodys, I might start recommending cloth leads or 4-conductor ones to avoid that minor headache. Rookie mistakes in guitar wiring and growing pains in getting experience. These are standard and great at doing what they are supposed to.