Wireless guitar systems are a great way to play and practice without having to worry about cords. However, they can be damaged by sweat and moisture which can cause problems like buzzing and interference with the signal. Here is how you can protect your wireless guitar system from sweat damage.
The wireless guitar system is a device that allows you to play guitar without having to worry about cords. However, the device can become damaged by sweat and water damage. To protect your wireless guitar system from these damages, you should use a case or cover.
When I initially purchased a wireless guitar system for my bass, I noticed that after the fifth performance I utilized it, my bass’s highs and mid frequencies were totally vanished. It wouldn’t happen right away; after around the fourth song, the highs and mids would fade out. When I put in a cable, the bass returned to normal, thus I immediately thought my mid-level semi-expensive line 6 Relay G50 unit was damaged.
At first, the idea of my wifi dying due to perspiration damage was hardly a concept. It was more of a nagging sensation buried deep inside my psyche. After all, how often do musicians speak about their gear failing due to excessive sweating? I honestly believed I had received the incorrect wifi device.
To be clear, with my new wifi freedom, I sweat much more than the average musician. I dance all over the stage, I go into the crowd with my guitarist and have solo fights with him right in the midst of the audience, I get carried away by the music, and we all love it. However, as your instrument cuts out or the mids/highs fade out, the rock-star thrill you get from performing live fades away.
After I was certain that the mid and high frequencies of the bass were being taken out solely as a result of my line 6 G50, I rushed out to purchase the line 6 G10, believing it would be a better option. After 3 to 4 performances, the device would totally shut off and remain off (not a typical drop out).
I’d have to hurry to disconnect my wire from my pedalboard and plug straight into my bass. On stage, the 10 seconds it takes to accomplish it seems like an eternity. After my second wireless guitar system failed, the possibility of my devices failing due to my own perspiration became more apparent.