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Guitar pedal wireless for unprecedented convenience.
The Shure GLXD16 system includes the GLXD6 (the first Shure guitar pedal receiver). the GLXD1 (provides up to 16 hours of continuous use with Shure lithium-ion rechargeable batteries) and the WA305 Premium 1/4"-to-TA4F guitar cable with locking thread (connects the GLXD1 Bodypack Transmitter to a guitar or bass).
Revolutionary Shure GLX-D Digital Wireless Systems combine leading-edge LINKFREQ Automatic Frequency Management technology with best-in-class intelligent lithium-ion battery rechargeability to define the new standard for seamless operation and digital audio clarity.
Includes GLXD6 guitar pedal receiver, GLXD1 bodypack transmitter, guitar cable, rechargeable battery, power supply, wall battery charger, and user guide.
Order today and end the challenge of locating safe and effective resting spots for your wireless receiver.
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Comments about Shure GLX-D Wireless System with GLXD6 Wireless Guitar Pedal:
Never used a wireless unit before but was looking to end the constant tripping and cord wrapping around my leg at gigs. Had witnessed the battery run outs during sets/rehearsals and interference problems of other players over the years so I did some research and decided on the GLX-D.
Was sold on the the digital transmission to eliminate possible interference and long battery life from the rechargable nicad battery. Had also seen reports that the sound of the guitar was not degraded and liked the foot pedal style receiver.
Well, it's all true. This thing is awesome! Used the GLX-D this weekend for a reheasal and gig and it was beautiful. Used it for about 7 or 8 hours so far on a single charge and still have plenty of battery left. No interference or drop outs whatsover. And best of all, not only is the sound of my guitar not affected negatively, I think it actually sounds better. Could be my imagination but perception is reality!
No tripping or stumbling and able to step out front and check out the overall sound of the band etc. and stalk the audience with no problem. Wireless freedom is a beautiful thing.
And this system is built like a tank. Played in a tight venue with dancers right on top you and no stage. I use an amp stand and can't put anything on my amp cause of the tilt so due to space limitations had the receiver behind me on the floor. Bad spot. Actually stepped on it a couple times and sent it in to tuner/mute mode. Both times during a solo of course. Revovered quickly but the takeaway is if I'd been using a traditional box receiver or Line 6 style receiver with antennaes sticking out and knobs on the top it wouldn't have been good. This thing is made to be stomped on so no problem.
Yes you can get digital wireless systems for less but this thing is the bomb as they say. If you can afford the extra money definitely get one of these.