- Buy a good quality cable, plug and connectors.
- Take over the inner wire of the cable, if it is necessary.
- Cut the wire in six equals parts (e.g. 30cm each). Try to use two different colors, for example, red and white.
- Make two groups of wire, for example, one red with two white and two white with one red.
- Then twist each group like girls do in the hair.
- Take the two groups and twist again.
- Join the same colors wire ends to solder.
- Solder the plug and the connectors to the ends.
- Test the isolation of each terminal with a multimeter or some how.
- Try it out.
First one - I've used a 0,3 mm tinned copper mic cable:
* sounded very balanced and natural in my 5W tube amp, more bass and highs, very good recommendation, the best in this post.
Second one - I've used a 0,32 mm copper (no tinned) cable used for power adapters:
* I've got aggressive mids in my 5W tube amp, a lot of mids, and not so much harmonics and the worst results.
Third one - I've used a 0,5 mm copper (no tinned) common interconnection cable:
* I've got singing mids in my 5W tube amp, a lot of bass and presence too, a very bluesy sound, I liked the harmonics.
Fourth one - I've used two 0,5 mm common copper conductors (no tinned), twisted not tight (thats why I didn't used shrink). It worked very well as my poor standard cable.
Fifhty one - I've used the thined speaker wire removed from my fender bullet amp. The result was a shine tone, with good notes separation. It worked very fine in a tube amp, but I dislike this wire in my Solid State amp.