#1
for electric guitars. I've seen guitarists from a few of the bands at battle of the bands just a few weeks ago, and last year before I started playing guitar, I noticed a guy using something similar. if you don't know what I'm talking about yet then I'll explain. You put it on your shoulder strap, it has a wireless antenna that transmits power to your amp/pedals. If someone could tell me what it's called and how much, I would appreciate it.
#2
Um.. dude there very common and there about 150 bucks... just look for some wireless transmitters...
#3
Quote by ratzgame
for electric guitars. I've seen guitarists from a few of the bands at battle of the bands just a few weeks ago, and last year before I started playing guitar, I noticed a guy using something similar. if you don't know what I'm talking about yet then I'll explain. You put it on your shoulder strap, it has a wireless antenna that transmits power to your amp/pedals. If someone could tell me what it's called and how much, I would appreciate it.



Wireless electricity? I thought that was called lightening


i think you want a wireless system. check musicians friend or ams for them, but the good ones(the only ones worth getting) are a tad expensive.
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Wow you just made us all look retarded for not suggesting that...

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#4
Wireless systems...those seem really cool, I see alot of bands using em'.

But don't think die of tone? I always wondered that, but I would love to have a wireless system, I would be jumping everywhere!...with straplocks of course .
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#6
i use one and it's called a guitarbug gb 40(the bit that plugs in the guitar, and the receiver is called an sr 40 that plugs into the amp.
costs about £120 altogether, and sounds as good as cables IMO.
has a range in excess of 100m, sorted.
by the way they're both made by AKG.
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#7
If you can't spend atleast $350 don't bother even looking. This is a good low priced wireless:
http://www.bananas.com/productdetail.asp/PID_10829
It's the same circuit as the famed X-wire, but in a cheaper packaging and not discontinued. Shure also make a couple good wireless units. Anything cheaper will be crap, not just crap, but really crap.

EDIT: it does kill your tone (even the X-wire thing), you don't see anybody using them in the studio, but it's a trade off between mobility/performance and sound quality. Many see this sacrfice as being worth it as they can deliver a better show.
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#8
If you need to run around on stage etc then get one, but if you're not playing gigs and just practicing at home, and don't have the money to get a decent one, and don't even have great gear in the first place, don't get one.
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