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    wireless for guitar to amp

    Well, I just bought one of these off Amazon (it's a pair - one transmitter, one receiver). For $40 I had to give it a try. I do like to plug in, and plugging in without my long guitar cord that kinks up all the time sounds like a great idea. Reviews are pretty good. Looks like free 2-day delivery, as it reportedly arrives tomorrow. I'll let you know how I like it....

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    Cool whats the latency specs ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayk View Post
    Cool whats the latency specs ?
    Reviews report quite good. Oh, now I see it's <12ms. Not bad, I guess....
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    Looking forward to the hands on. Lots of things that can interfere - fluorescent lights, dimmers, microwaves, WiGi, cordless phones, etc. but more modern equipment is much better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cougar View Post
    Reviews report quite good. Oh, now I see it's <12ms. Not bad, I guess....
    You'll be fine with that . Kind of wish I plugged my acoustics in now lol

    But I don't play out or for anyone so ......
    I retubed my new amp and have yet to plug in. lol

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    I will be anxious to hear your opinion about this!
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    This could save me a lot of trouble for when I plug a guitar in. But the amp stays in the bathroom facing out to the living room to keep it from feeding back. I wonder if this would work through the half closed door to my bedroom? I know, it's a weird situation.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by davismanLV View Post
    This could save me a lot of trouble for when I plug a guitar in. But the amp stays in the bathroom facing out to the living room to keep it from feeding back. I wonder if this would work through the half closed door to my bedroom? I know, it's a weird situation.....

    Is this about the new apartment with that "oh so nice" neighbour ?
    I can see you putting amp on his side and then playing behind closed doors - tuning more or less off might improve the effect
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuuska View Post
    Is this about the new apartment with that "oh so nice" neighbour ?
    I can see you putting amp on his side and then playing behind closed doors - tuning more or less off might improve the effect
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    Quote Originally Posted by fronobulax View Post
    Looking forward to the hands on. Lots of things that can interfere....
    Well, it works, but interference is indeed a problem. It's got a high-pitched background hum. My amp's near my computer, so that may be it. I put the computer to sleep - made no difference. My cell phone was nearby - I should have moved that away to see if that made a difference. I guess I didn't give it a thorough test. I had to "re-tune" the amp, reduce the gain and bass, but I sort of have to do that anyway going from one guitar to another. Of course, I didn't hear the hum when playing, but I sure do when not playing.
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