#2
Under what circumstances will you use it?
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#3
Just playing shows really.
rehearsals not.

it's just because I'm quite energetic when I perform live, my bandmates as well. So we run and jump alot and our cables get tangled up and people step on em. So we're thinking of getting wireless systems just for convenience
#4
It does´nt matter under what circumstances you use it, wireless gives you freedom to move around even if it´s in the practice room. The line 6 will work just fine.
#7
Quote by sstony
It does´nt matter under what circumstances you use it, wireless gives you freedom to move around even if it´s in the practice room. The line 6 will work just fine.


Circumstances do matter, as the venues you play will vary in electronics and interference. If you're going to play somewhere with lots of electronics, a nearby trainstation and power cabling you will need something pretty damn good to pull it off.
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#8
The Line 6 digital stuff is pretty immune to noise and interference.
I say yeay, for everything...I'd even use it during practice at least early on to see if there are any issues (battery life etc).
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#9
Just done a quick Google search on the Line 6 wireless as I hadn't encountered it before, seems for the price you should be okay. I've had a few sour experiences with cheaper wireless systems that reduced my guitar tone to that of a vuvuzela due to ridiculous amounts of compression and signal processing haha.
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