WG5 Wireless Guitar System Video Review by The Tone King

May 17, 2019 4 Comments

 

The TONE KING reviews the Carvin Amps WG5 Wireless Guitar and Bass System. 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



4 Responses

Scott Isaacson
Scott Isaacson

November 06, 2019

Greetings, nice wireless= exactly how do you charge up the system?

Brett Groh
Brett Groh

August 23, 2019

I purchased a WG5 a couple of months ago and I have to say that it has exceeded my expectations. I’ve never been particularly interested in going wireless, but the simplicity of this appliance was very intriguing. My biggest fear was that it would sound sub-par and that the tone might be thin and wimpy. But in reality, to my ears, it sounds like I’m running through a solid high-end cord. And it’s so simple to use. Thanks, Carvin!

Gregory Fernandes
Gregory Fernandes

May 20, 2019

I liked the the wireless WG5 system working ,yes i would like to know the price of it.

George B. Ferrell
George B. Ferrell

May 20, 2019

Can the batteries be replaced when they can’t be recharged anymore?

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