#1
ok, i want one of those kits that you plug into the input jack of your guitar and it sends the signals to the amp without a cord or something for playing live. i keep searching for them on the internet though and all i keep finding (by typing in wireless guitar kits) are these huge boxes with a million frequencies and so on. the last one i looked at was £400 (about $800) so im pretty sure this was the wrong thing.

what are they actually called, and what should i look out for to distinguish between good ones and bad ones? also, how much am i looking at paying?
#5
i saw one on sale at musicians friend for like 100 bucks, give me a few mins ill find them for you and put them in the edit.

EDIT: http://www.musiciansfriend.com/navigation/instrument-wireless?N=100001+304633

look through there, its all wireless instrument systems some are only like 60 bucks
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Last edited by danyellenik at Apr 5, 2008,
#6
Don't cheap out on a wireless system. A good one that won't suck the hell out of you tone will cost you at least 400 dollars.
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#7
shure has one for 300 which would probably be good, since it's shure, anything from them I've used for live sound has been good
05' G&L S-500
95' Godin LGX

96' Yamaha APX 6-A

Peavey Classic 30
Maxon OD808