Cream Instrument Cable

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A Message from John Helliwell of Supertramp

I have known Neil Ramsden of “The Den” for over 15 years, and I can attest to his honesty, enthusiasm, perspicacity and friendliness in all my dealings with him, both personally and commercially.

His vast knowledge of all products in the area of quality sound has enriched my life. I hope that our relationship can last another 15 years by which time I’ll probably be deaf!


Preserve your tone with a high definition cable!! Save money and the environment by buying reliability and longevity!!

SOLD AT THE DEN SINCE 2006!! Cream Instrument Cable is a must have tool for any musician who cares about tone.

“I haven’t purchased a replacement cable since buying Cream in 2007. Money saved!”

– Robin Hoare, Professional Guitarist and Tutor

The signal is accurately transmitted through a lead designed to a unique, custom twisted-pair conductor with separate shield specification and made by musician/engineers who require a reliable, exceptionally low noise/interference cable suitable for all types of music, instruments and playing techniques. Cream is perfect for those Artists who wish to be heard. Demonstration product available for 30 day trial. Ask for details.

Custom U.K. manufacture and UK/International mail order are provided. Lifetime warranty on all Chord Co products. For details visit the Chord Company website. Free postage (UK only, excluding demonstration product and Business to Business sales). Prices from £45.00.

Cable lengths normally in stock are:-

  • 30 CM (1 Ft) Patch, £45.00
  • 3 M (9.9 Ft), £55.00
  • 6 M (19.8 Ft), £65.00
  • 10 M (33 Ft), £95.00

Plug combinations normally in stock are:-

  • Straight (into Guitar/signal source) to Straight Quarter Jack (Mono)
  • Right Angle (into Guitar/signal source) to Straight Quarter Jack (Mono)
  • Right Angle to Right Angle Quarter Jack (Mono) on 30 CM Patch
  • XLR to XLR (Microphone)

Payment terms are stated on the Terms & Conditions page.

Who uses Cream Cable?

John Helliwell of Supertramp using Cream live in Nantes, France, November 2017.

T. J. Norton using Cream live at the Hard Rock Cafe in Memphis, USA, February 2016.

Laud (12 string Lute) master Helene Brunet using Cream. Find out more here.

Who recommends Cream Cable?

Artisan Luthier Bill Dinsdale now includes Cream Cable as part of equipment for development and testing of his legendary Acoustic Guitars.

Legendary UK Bass Guitar manufacturer Jon Shuker recommends and uses Cream Cable as the default lead in his busy workshop.

Guitarist Magazine recommends Cream Instrument Cable in Issue no 293, page 141.

Do cables matter?

Guitar World have published a genuinely useful article about cables for guitar players.

Cream Cable – What musicians say

I never thought a Guitar lead could make such a big difference. I wouldn’t be without my Cream cables.

Richard Kitson, Musician

Cream Cable – What musicians say

It’s a no brainer/all gainer for me: the lack of noise/interference, quality made, sounds better and it looks cool as well.

Tony Bilny, Guitarist and songwriter

Cream Cable – What musicians say

Cream cable should be a no brainer for any musician who cares about tone!

Gary Whitaker, Guitarist

Cream Cable – What musicians say

Cream cable is the aural equivalent of cleaning a dirty window.
The difference is you only have to do it once.

Mal Gibson, Professional Songwriter/Guitarist

Cream Cable – What musicians say

Great leads! Once I heard Cream I wouldn’t use anything else.

Alex Eden, Guitarist

Cream Cable – What musicians say

Enough of the 6 string slingers!
Cream cables are great for bass players.

John Houghton, Big City

Cream Cable – What musicians say

The difference was striking. It presents the sound in a very clear way.
I heard the sound of the amp (Mesa Boogie Mk 4) for the first time.

Mike Walker, Professional Jazz guitarist

Cream Cable – What musicians say

I’m shocked at how good these Cream leads are.
Don’t take my word for it, TRY ONE NOW!!

T.J. Norton, Professional Harmonica Player, Los Angeles