#2
you'r guitar isn't a certain frequency, they have a frequency range so can set the transmitter and receiver to a frequency that doesn't have any other traffic on it, well good ones do anyway, that one just has a set one, but you can pick it, so get a CB and check all of those for like a police band or something.
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Last edited by Kid_Thorazine at Jun 26, 2008,
#4
that one is pretty expensive. I think you can get a better one for that money, with more frequencies to choose from
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Quote by Farether
that one is pretty expensive. I think you can get a better one for that money, with more frequencies to choose from


For that price it's probably the best quality in terms of signal strength and whatnot though, that's still on the pretty cheap side for a wireless system too.
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take a look at the X2 wireless systems. I gig with the stompbox version of it regularly and it is great. I have never had any interference and it sounds very close to a cable connection.

the other guitarist in my band had that same wireless you posted a link for and it was horrible. Extra noise all the time and the bug actually broke.
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