Set yourself free with the Alesis GuitarLink Wireless system. Compact, clear sounding, and easy to use, GuitarLink Wireless provides unrestricted action as you move about the stage with your guitar or bass. The unique receiver is battery powered, and small enough to sit anywhere”even in your pedal board!All-In-One TransmitterPowered by two AAA batt... Click To Read More About This Product
Set yourself free with the Alesis GuitarLink Wireless system. Compact, clear sounding, and easy to use, GuitarLink Wireless provides unrestricted action as you move about the stage with your guitar or bass. The unique receiver is battery powered, and small enough to sit anywhere”even in your pedal board!
Powered by two AAA batteries, the GuitarLink Wireless transmitter is compact and unobtrusive, so it won™t interfere with your playing. The attached cable plugs directly into your guitar or bass. Using the integrated metal clip, the GuitarLInk Wireless transmitter can attach to either your strap, or right to your belt for added comfort.
Unlike bulkier wireless receivers, the GuitarLink Wireless receiver is compact, and is also powered by two AAA batteries. This rare combination provides added versatility, so you can put the receiver almost anywhere. Set it on top of your amp. Mount it to your pedal board. Place it in your effects rack. The GuitarLink Wireless receiver is ready for anything. Bypass the batteries with the external power adapter for a more permanent setup.
Effortless and Efficient
The GuitarLink Wireless system operates in the reliable 2.4 GHz frequency spectrum to provide a clear signal free from interference. After turning both units on, simply press the Pairing buttons on both units to make the connection. Next, adjust the output volume on the receiver. Nothing could be easier.
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I bought this thinking I could get by with an easy on the budget wireless. I was wrong. First, the switch on the transmitter broke the first time I tried turning it on. The switch itself was stuck as if maybe some solder had locked it in place. Pairing the transmitter with the receiver wasn't too bad. I've seen several reviews saying it was difficult but my experience it paired up fairly painlessly. But then ... The excessive noise. It was horrible. I first thought it was the florescent light, turned that off but that didn't help. Then I swapped out cables. No Help. I decided fairly quickly that this was not the wireless for me. Lesson learned, stick with what has been proven.
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