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Cordial 3.0
As of October 01, 2019, a new corporate identity will take effect. The new logo comes in a new font. The Cordial "C" ...
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Cordial 3.0

As of October 01, 2019, a new corporate identity will take effect. The new logo comes in a new font. The Cordial "C" symbolizes the focus on cables even more. The new product lines present the products even clearer and more meaningful. More about Cordial 3.0 and more about the new product lines. Discover more.

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Cordial 3.0

There's a new logo, in a new, contemporary typeface. The new Cordial “C” also symbolizes the company's focus on cables even more effectively. Discover more.

High-end instrument cables

More copper = more signal = more you

We at CORDIAL always aspire to achieve authentic, true-to-life sounds and that’s what you are going to get when you use our high-end instrument cables.

A DJ TOURING THE AMERICAS
AGENT!
DJ Agent! has been on the road for many years. From small clubs to big festivals. Worldwide. A new tour experience: North America, Central America and South America. Accompanied by his Cordial cables.
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Nashville
The legendary world capital of country music
The legendary world capital of country music
Up to today, this place in the middle of Tennessee exudes tremendous power and energy: daily live shows everywhere, innumerable recordings are taking place in studios booked to the limit, collectors and fans looking for vinyl treasures in the numerous record stores of the town.
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Johnny Cash
“The Center of my Universe”
Johnny Cash’s refuge
This house is located about 40 miles southwest of Nashville, in Bon Aqua, a small town of 6,500 inhabitants, off the main thoroughfare to Memphis. Die-hard Johnny Cash fans will recognize it right away, of course.
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The nephew - still alive
Mark Alan Cash
For many people, a prominent name may be too much of a burden and Mark Alan Cash can tell you a thing or two about this phenomenon as well. Cash’s nephew, who was born in 1962, has also led a turbulent life, went through a couple of hells due to alcohol and drugs and states that the only reason he’s still alive is his unshakable faith.
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The Cowgirl from Ohio
Rachel Dawson
Rachel Dawson loves nature, photography, horse riding and, above all, her three children. The mother, though, has one more genuine passion: music. 
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Do you feel the energy?
David Langley
When his mother died of cancer, David Langley was just 17 years old and without exaggerating you can say that his love of music helped him to survive this blow of fate and the ensuing hard times.
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Incredibly Talented
Isaac Moore
He is ranked among the greatest talents of country music: Isaac Moore, only 15 years old. Growing up in Indiana, the boy encountered traditional US sounds at the home of his grandparents at the tender age of two.
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Revival of an iconic event
Saturday Night in Hickman County
What an absolutely brilliant idea! After Johnny Cash had converted a former general store in his adopted hometown Bon Aqua into a recording studio, including a small stage, he established a music event called “Saturday Night in Hickman County”.
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The Man in Black’s drummer
WS „Fluke“ Holland
W.S. Holland, more commonly known by his nickname “Fluke” was the drummer in Cash’s band, the legendary Tennessee Three. Before he started playing for Johnny, Fluke had already played the drums for Rock'n'Roll heroes like Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis. The 81 year old is still performing with his own band today.
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The “stretched limousine escapade“
Chance Martin
Spending a snug evening with songwriter and guitar player Chance Martin inevitably leads to him telling you his favorite anecdote about his old buddy Johnny Cash. It’s the story about a trip to Las Vegas. The whole entourage – Martin then acting as Cash’s stage manager – was put up at Caesar’s Palace and the hotel management had provided a stretched limousine for Johnny Cash to use for free.
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Heinz Schneckenaichner
„I envisioned it would turn out so great!“
At the beginning of 2017, the cordial founder and longtime managing director, Mr. Heinz Schneckenaichner, died unexpectedly at the age of 79. In his commemoration, we publish an interview that his successor François Rousies has led with him on the occasion of the 20-year company anniversary.
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Here we’re thinking on our future
Ars Electronica
A few years ago, a promising partnership between cordial and ARS Electronica has been developed. In the meantime we look back on numerous forward-looking events and joint actions and look forward to further steps. The following contribution to the 20-year cordial anniversary conveys an impressive picture of Ars Electronica.
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Unique acoustics ...
IMM
Since 2012, the Saxon media technology company IMM has been working in partnership with cordial and is still enthusiastic about the product quality of the cables. A few months after the start of the cooperation, the graduate engineer René Fritzsche, still today head of development, described his impressions.
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Pures Adrenalin ...
Victor Smolski
Born in Belarus and living in Germany, the exceptional guitarist Victor Smolski is one of veterans within the cordial family. Two and a half years before he founded the successful band Almanac – in fall of 2012 - he met Cordial in his hometown Minsk.
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Norddeutsch by nature.
Hans Engels
"It´s really friggin´ cold in Lüllau this evening. “It´s brass monkeys out there”, smiles Engels. In a remote corner of the northern part of the wintry Lüneburg Heath rests this cosy country inn called Brookhoff, complete with mill pond and all.
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A great Man-Machine Interface
Chris Kramer
German blues musician Chris Kramer has played on lots of stages using piles of different cables. Then came the day CORDIAL cables blew him away!
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