#1
I need some advice here.
So little brother is making a band and I thought it would be cool to get them something
So I firgured the first thing I hear, besides music, is the complaints of the wires lol. So is this anygood?
it says for kareoke, can it be used for bands and stuff
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#2
They are quite expensive i think you will find, becasue you need the mic, the radio trnasmiter and the reciver, its good if you know things about mic ing up stuff alredy.

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#3
I strongly suggest not buying a wireless system unless you have 300+ dollars to spend. Low-End wireless systems are absolute crap and a waste of money.
#4
i picked one up from a car boot sale once for £100 and its great, so for a new one yeah you are looking around £300-£400

Sorry

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#5
well there is this like super cheap nady one, i figured anything would be godd for em
*Guitars*

Fender Standard Strat

Ibanez DT155

Ibanez RG2EX1

*Amps*

Peavey Classic 50

*Effects*

Boss MT2 Metal Zone

Danelectro Fab Chorus

Danelectro Fab Flanger
#6
have you got a link i can see it?

Custom Built Pearlescent Red Strat

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#8
Looks ok, but i wouldnt trust it for long, id prob use it as a backup if i had it, looks ok though so yea go for it, and if he is not that old then its prob a great start or him. Watch out for the range on it though,

Custom Built Pearlescent Red Strat

Alpine White Les Paul Copy
Cream Fender Tele Copy
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