#1
how do wireless systems for the guitar work? which brands r dependeable? how much are they usually?

can u plug it in like this?: amp conneceted to wire, wire connected to footswitch, then footswitch connected to wireless system?????

idk how to plug stuff in and stuff im using an amp with a footswith and when i like to "rock out" and whenever i jump around the plug always falls out. so whats why i need wireless.

help!
#2
Here;
Guitar:with wireless transmitter---wireless responder->effect pedals->amp
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#4
You only need a wireless system if your selling out theaters, halls, and stadiums.
#5
the cheap ones are around 100 and are pretty pointless, they are choppy and mess up your tone. good ones are anywhere around 600$+ and take alot of time to set up.
it would run through an amp head and the pedals would run into the amp separately using a channel select, if you could spend the money.
i cant think of a good sig....
#6
Obviously, some of these responses are from people who've never dealt with a wireless system, & are just parroting the crap they hear.
Fact: A decent wireless system w/ extremely minimal signal loss/noise & dual/diversity antennas will run about $350 US minimum. You will not have your tone sucked away-you can compensate for a very slight signal loss.
"Need" is not a factor. If you feel you want it, then it's OK, just like a half stack. No one needs it, but if you want it, f#@k everyone & get it if you have the money.
Ghold125 stated the correct configuration above.
There are many good brands. I have an Audio Technica system that's been trouble-free for years ($350 US). I would not spend less than this for a wireless, because then you WILL run the risk of potential problems of greater signal loss & reception issues.
Edit: Wireless systems are ridiculously easy to set up. Piece of cake.
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