There’s tonnes of benefits to going wireless when it comes to playing guitar and with the Shure GLXD16 digital wireless guitar systems you’ll never want to go “plugged in” again!
If you’re the type of musician who loves to run around free on stage, feel like you’re always going to trip over your cables or just don’t want your singer treading on your brand-new guitar leads all the time when you’re playing live, then wireless guitar systems might be the solution you need!
There’s a load of benefits to wireless guitar systems and to name them all would take all year! So today we’re going to look at 5 of those benefits featuring the Shure GLXD16 digital wireless guitar systems.
1. There’s no cables!
Of course, the huge benefit with wireless guitar systems in general is the fact that there are no guitar cables to trip over, stand on or break at any point. In fact, the only cables that you have to contend with when it comes to the Shure GLXD16 wireless guitar systems are the small connecting cables between the body pack and the guitar – which actually include a locking screw thread for added security when you’re rocking out!
2. The sound is just as good as a guitar cable
Of course, with anything, you need to invest in good quality gear to get a good quality sound. So, if you buy a low-quality guitar cable or low quality wireless guitar system, it’ll either break down on you or the sound will be poor. Fortunately, the Shure GLXD16 wireless guitar system preserves the full dynamic range of the input signal, ensuring the original tone is maintained and you have a completely natural sound.
As guitar cables can rely on the quality of that particular piece of connecting cable, you might not always get something from a good batch. However, with a good quality wireless guitar system, there’s no chance that you’re getting a bad batch of cable as there aren’t any, just uninterrupted wireless frequencies that provide the same sound as your cabled guitar.
3. Easy to use
The Shure GLXD16 Wireless Guitar System doesn’t require any set up. All you do is turn it on and pair it with your nobody pack and the unit will automatically detect the best frequency and connect. Best of all, if the unit detects any drop in signal or feedback it will seamlessly connect to the best alternative without any drop in volume or noticeable change.
4. The Shure GLXD16 Is Tour Ready
The Shure GLXD16 is completely tour ready, made to sit on your pedal board without taking up too much room. In addition, there’s also a tuner built in to the pedal format offering a great option for guitarists and bass players alike.
The rugged metal casing is still lightweight, so it’s not going to weigh your board down and the bodypack is barely noticeable while you’re wearing it. This means you can add the Shure GLXD16 to your set up and start gigging straight away.
5. There’s no license to use it
Thanks to the fact the Shure GLXD16 runs on the 2.4GHz frequency, which is the same as Wi-Fi, you don’t have to pay a yearly license fee to use the wireless guitar system anywhere in the world. And on that point, the Shure GLXD16 can actually be used anywhere in the world!