Low Inductance Cable?

I have narrowed my cable search down to four contenders.

Audioquest Type 2
Kimber 4TC
Zu Julian
QED Profile

I am using a Rega Brio integrated amp and B&W DM601 S2s.

Rega 38 WPC into 8 ohms and 54 WPC into 4 ohms.
B&W 88db 1m/1w 8 ohms nom. 4.3 ohms min.

Rega says:

"We recommend using good quality cable such as our own, or similar types made by QED or Naim. Very expensive cable claiming to use special materials and technologies along with "solid core" or OFC types are not recommended."

B&W says:

"Ask your dealer for advice when choosing cable. Keep the total impedance below the maximum recommended in the specification (.1 ohm) and use a low inductance cable to avoid attenuation of the highest frequencies."

Here is my question... What is "low inductance" cable, and how important is it? Is it just a general recommendation that is the opinion of B&W, or is it something of benefit with these particular speakers? Would braided cable such as the Kimber have a higher inductance? Would solid core cable like the Audioquest be lower inductance? Would most cables be less than .1 ohm for a 10' pair? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks, Jeff
Audioquest and I believe Zu do not publish the specs of their cables, so I don't know how you can determine whether or not they are "Low inductance". Kimber publishes specs for all their cables and the 4TC has relatively low inductance and are well respected cables.

For what it is worth, I am using 10 meter runs of Audioquest Type 4 cable with a 45 wpc AMC integrated amp and large bookshelf speakers to good effect. Works better than standard side by side OFC cable anyway and is similar to type 2 in construction.

Recent thread here suggests there is an empirical basis for different cables having very different performance depending on amp and speaker type used. If possible, you might want to borrow and try each cable in your system to see which works best.