Wrst_Plyr_Evr
UG's resident ska kid
Join date: Feb 2007
2,542 IQ
#1
Do you guys know anything about them? The music store I work at sells them exclusively and I can get one for way cheaper than what they actually sell them in the store for. So far I'm looking at the 2000 series and the System 10. Normally they both sell for about $300 but my manager is telling me I can get it for about $200 and some change. I've been reading on UG about wireless systems and it seems that the Line6 G50 is the obvious favorite, but the $400 price tag is pretty steep. Especially considering that there's a possibility that I can pay half of that.

So are they any good? Any tone loss at all or other technical things that I should know about?
crabstampede
Slowest Metal Guitarist
Join date: Feb 2012
56 IQ
#3
I think the reason that the line 6 units are so good is because they're digital and it's nearly impossibly to get interference with them, not the case with UHF. try it out in a room with florescent lights and tv's and stuff, take it back if it's no good.
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crabstampede
Slowest Metal Guitarist
Join date: Feb 2012
56 IQ
#6
Quote by Wrst_Plyr_Evr
Apparently the Series 10 is digital which I'm pretty stoked on.
Oh.

Well I would say just make sure the build quality of the transmitter and receiver is high (ie metal) and that the cable is replacable and long enough. Good luck, wireless IS the shit!
:: Peavey JSX | XXX ::
:: LTD V | Viper | AX [EMG85] ::
:: Vader 2x12 | Krankenstein 4x12 ::
:: G50 | DecimatorG-String | 95Q ::
:: Polytune | Ditto | CarbonCopy ::