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Wireless guitars are great, without cables to trip on the life expectancy of an energetic guitarist is greatly increased. However, they are expensive, way more expensive than wireless ...
Tools required: Soldering iron Wire strippers Drill and 3/8" bit 1/2" wrench Materials required: 1/4" guitar jack Solder
Before you rip into the mic, test that it works! It could save headaches later. Most of these mics just screw together to allow for the occasional cleaning. ...
Using the 3/8" drill, drill a hole in the top of the microphone, through the mesh. Using a drill press and vice is best for this, since it ...
Strip the ends of the two old microphone wires and solder them to the lugs of the 1/4" guitar jack. I guessed that the red one was signal ...
Push the jack up into the microphone head and attach using the included washer and nut. Tighten with the 1/2" wrench. Screw the head of the mic back ...
If you've got some rubber, sheet metal or leather around, you can make a simple belt loop for the mic so that the antenna is exposed. It's likely ...
Jack in, plug in the receiver, and hit the on switch, and your amp will roar to life with musical power. I found that I had to keep ...
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