#1
i need some justifications on how wirless systems can be problematic. like the wireless systems that have the chord you put in your back pocket, and how you cant pick up your guitar, and do stuff, and how you cant get behind walls and stuff, and the limited range of area you can walk in
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#2
limited range, systems can be problematic, interference from just about anything can be a problem, cords are much more reliable and create one single path that the signal has to go whereas wireless can't do that.
#4
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limited range, systems can be problematic, interference from just about anything can be a problem, cords are much more reliable and create one single path that the signal has to go whereas wireless can't do that.

thank you good sir
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#5
1) They affect yourtone in some cases(depends on how data is transmitted)
2)They have limited range. but then so do cables.
3)They can die on you(batteries) whereas a cable cant
4)A mobile phone can cause your signal to go haywire
5)Channels have to be free otherwise you'll get crossover

Though the advantages are more numerous
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#7
if you shuck out like 300 for one you shouldnt have a tone problem...youll still have the cell phone problem and the battery problem though.
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#8
Basically unless you can really justify their use (i.e. you're playing big gigs with large stage areas and have such a stage performance that you need to be able to freely move around a lot), then there's no reason why you should use a wireless system. Even bands that do 2000-3000 people gigs will still use cables more often than not. Certainly, I'm sure there is nobody on here who could justify using a wireless system.
#9
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Basically unless you can really justify their use (i.e. you're playing big gigs with large stage areas and have such a stage performance that you need to be able to freely move around a lot), then there's no reason why you should use a wireless system. Even bands that do 2000-3000 people gigs will still use cables more often than not. Certainly, I'm sure there is nobody on here who could justify using a wireless system.
I've had mine for 5 years and opened for Between The Buried and Me with it... not a single thing to complain about. justified? i think so.
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#10
I've got the same view as usuckhugeonez... I've had my wireless for years and never had a problem, of course there is the battery thing, but that's why you change the battery every so often, and why they come equipt with a battery low light.

Yeah my band isn't selling out arenas, but i like not having to worry about tripping on cables as my band does move about alot.