WG5 Wireless Guitar/Bass System Demo Video

April 08, 2019 3 Comments

 

The WG5 Wireless Guitar/Bass System is designed to give you the wireless freedom you have been looking for and the simplicity to make your life as a working musician easier. Compact design coupled with an intuitive, easy set up makes going wireless an enjoyable process. The WG5 works with both active and passive instruments.

Click here to order your WG5 Wireless Guitar/Bass System today



3 Responses

Donald W Schmidt
Donald W Schmidt

October 12, 2020

Do you have a video of this system being used on an acoustic guitar?

David Griffin
David Griffin

October 12, 2020

I got one. I love it. I suggest you get one as well.

Kevin Scroggins
Kevin Scroggins

April 13, 2020

I would like to know more about the wireless bass hook upThe WG five please send me more info price etc.

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