7 Reasons To Go Guitar Wireless With The Shure GLX-D Wireless System

We recently had the chance to try out the Shure GLX-D Wireless System and captured some of the lessons we learned in the video above. If you've been thinking of taking the plunge into wireless transmitter territory and leaving the rat's nest of cables behind, there's really never been a better time.

Systems like the Shure GLX-D can be used from anywhere in the world without potential interference from other bandwidths and will automatically switch frequencies if any is detected. Modern digital transfer totally minimizes signal interference and tone degradation, which gives you crystalline sound quality no matter where you play. With a whopping 17 hours of play time after just a three hour charge and a highly durable casing, the GLX-D is a dependable, tour-ready machine. And with a price tag of just $449, you get a pro-level unit at a fraction of the cost of the highest-end wireless options.

There are a ton of reasons to cut the cord and go wireless, particularly with the Shure GLX-D. But what's the number one reason? You'll have to watch the video to find out.

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