#1
Ive seen wireless gutiar transmitters, and was just wondering what a good one would be, and if they can match up against standard cables. Anyone have any experience with them?
#2
They aren't bad if yo uget a good one. They will delay a little bit if you are too far away though
I plays guitars.
#3
From my experience of using a wireless system, its NOT something you'd want to skimp out on. Either get a good, high end one, or dont get it at all. Lower end ones tend to suck your tone out a good deal. For example, guitar bug :x. A good one would be Senheiser.
Peavey 5150, LTD EX400BD, tubescreamer, and a whole lotta fingers
#4
If you gig alot, then get a wireless, but, you cant go cheap, cause youll be putting alot of wear on it. But if you gig occasionally, then stick will the extra long cord.
#5
ive tried my mates ashton one, it was 179 dollars, just a cheapo. and i could tell,a s soon as i held it, that it was gonna be pretty crappy, went hoome and tried it. no way was i going to play with this instead of a cable. sure, it worked, but someitmes it would cut out, not to mention the amount of tone and gain it sucked.
#6
Kirk and James use wireless systems, but steve vai uses a cable.....

i am freaking sure that vai has money for wireless ****, so i guess you do lose little tone when playing something very melodic and each note counts.... but when playing max dist i think you wont hear any big difference or any at alll
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