AKG Launches New GB-40 Flexx GuitarBug
AKG announced the introduction of the GB 40 Flexx GuitarBug wireless transmitter.
GB 40 Flexx operates with a single AAA battery, designed to provide 11 hours of operation. The frequency response is optimized for guitar and bass, and can be used for keyboards and all instruments with a jack plug. The "FlexxJack-Plug" is an additional feature designed to allow for extended flexibility by matching all guitar outputs with an included long adapter jack.
The GB 40 GuitarBug has the ability to turn a guitar, bass, or portable keyboard into a wireless instrument. The GB 40 is placed on top of the instrument's output jack, allowing the musician to easily the noise on/mute/off switch and gain control.
The GB 40 Flexx will be available as single version and as "guitar-set" version with a stationary receiver SR 40 Flexx.
Pricing information is not available yet.
For more information, visit their web site at www.akg-acoustics.com.
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