"When we were looking to build our own studio, we needed the proper cabling in order to ensure a true signal path throughout our chain. Mogami cable was our first choice. They just sound right."
-Wayne Sermon, Imagine Dragons
"Once you send your signal through the wire, there is no turning back. There is no plugin that can fix poor quality recordings stemming from the cables you used, and no way to get back quality that has already been lost. Mogami cables are in most studios for a reason: They make the best quality cables, both audibly, and in terms of durability."
-Phil Liddiard, Imagine Dragons Audio Engineer
In a few short years, Imagine Dragons' innovative sound - made apparent on the chart-topping song "Radioactive" - has taken them from playing casino lounges to headlining a major tour throughout the U.S. and Europe . Imagine Dragons first made their mark with their breakthrough release "It's Time" off their first major label release, the Continued Silence EP. The song, which reached #3 at Modern Rock radio and #2 at AAA, earned the group a 2012 MTV VMA nomination for "Best Rock Video." They followed up with their 2013 full length release Night Visions , available on KIDinaKORNER, the label of Grammy award winning producer Alex Da Kid (Eminem, Rihanna). The album includes "Radioactive," which became one of the biggest hits of 2013.
The four-man band from Las Vegas consists of Dan Reynolds (Vocals), D. Wayne Sermon (Guitar), Daniel "Z" Platzman (Drums), and Ben McKee (Bass). All but vocalist Dan Reynolds attended the prestigious Berklee College of Music, which lends a combination of technical skill, precision, and experimentation to Imagine Dragons' sound.
"Never leave your tone Vulnerable"
Turning personal adversity into art is the Used's trademark, and the band's fifth full-length, Vulnerable, was a perfect example.www.theused.net/
Crosby, Stills & Nash
"I am responsible for recording over 50 Crosby, Stills & Nash shows every year. The band has told me to use the highest quality equipment available, which is why I choose Mogami for connecting all my recording gear." -Michael Klvana
Guitarist, Songwriter and Solo Artist
Guitarist Guns N' Roses, Sixx: A.M.
"We use Mogami because we don't like amplifying hum to 130 dB."
- Dj Ashba Technician Chris Whitemyer www.djashba.com
Producer/Guitarist for Bruno Mars
"I have been using Mogami cables for over 7 years now and there is one reason for that.
They are simply the best cables on
the the market."
Guitarist for Guns N' Roses
"Anyone that tells you that your cable doesn't matter hasn't compared another brand to Mogami. Nothing else compares."www.richardfortus.com
"I've tried several brands of high-end cables and it was only Mogami that gave me the sound I wanted from my gear."www.morgan-page.com
Guitarist for Papa Roach
"I replaced all the cables in my rig with Mogami, and it sounds much more open. The dynamics are much more defined. Great cables!"www.paparoach.com
Guitar System Designer
"For nearly 20 years I have used Mogami cable in my guitar system designs. I have installed miles of this stuff. It is easy to work with, preps well, and most important of all, it sounds great! I have no reason to use anything else."
Composer, Studio Musician, Performer
"Mogami exhibited more girth in the low-end; smoother and sweeter highs; an expanded dynamic range and a lower noise floor. It clearly captured all the nuances of my performance."
Robert Starling, SOC
Steadicam, Ariel, Jib,
"I'm a huge fan of Mogami Cable 2964 for quality, consistency and flexibility. There is nothing else like it in the market today."www.lasvegassteadicam.com
Traveling Guitar Foundation
Mogami Cable, a division of Marshall Electronics, is joining the Traveling Guitar Foundation in their mission to bring much needed equipment and funding to music programs financially devastated
by budget cuts.
Beyonce, Asst. Music Director/Piano
"I am either constantly on the road or working in the studio, and the last thing I need to worry about is the cables I use. Not once has a Mogami cable failed on me, or I have had to question the quality of sound being transferred!"
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