Two More Patents Awarded On ZEROCAP(tm) Brand Ultra Low Capacitance Guitar Cable Technology

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ZEROCAP brand ultra low capacitance guitar cables provide guitarists with stunning tonal clarity. The underlying technology has now been awarded a total of three patents by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

ZEROCAP ultra low capacitance guitar cable technology has brought discerning guitarists new vistas in tonal clarity. The United States Patent and Trademark Office has just awarded two more patents on ZEROCAP technology, for a total of three patents.

“These patents enhance the protection of our ZEROCAP technology. We are proud of this achievement and what it means to guitar players who are looking for the utmost in tonal integrity,” said Hank Wallace, inventor of the ZEROCAP cable and President of Atlantic Quality Design, Inc.

The patents also cover features of the ZEROCAP VC system, which for the first time in the known universe makes guitar cable capacitance variable. The guitarist can dial in the amount of cable capacitance to create the tone he/she wants to hear. This provides a palette of tones previously unavailable using standard technology cables and tone controls.

For a limited time, the company is having a patent party, reducing prices on several products to show appreciation to its customers.

See the web site,, for contact information and to hear sound clips of the ZEROCAP products and competitive cables.

Atlantic Quality Design, Inc. is an electronics design and musical products firm that has been in business since 1989.

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