Yes. I keep mine on a different channel and we never had a problem.Has anyone used two of these on stage, ala guitars or guitar and Bass? Any issues between them? How does that work?
Ah, yeah... I just juice mine up the day of the show. I have two, one for Eflat and one for D and just turn them off and on as I swap guitars. Why does he plug them in days long? ...Maybe not do that.Yes. I keep mine on a different channel and we never had a problem.
The only bad thing after all these years is my guitarist's battery I'd dying fast now. He also plugs his pack in for days at a time. Lithium ion batteries don't work like that.
Where do you buy a better cable?After using mine for a while I needed a replacement also. You can get better-than-oem cables made with Mogami wire and Neutrik connectors. From memory it was $40-50 and understand that part “wears” quite a bit as I would unconnect/reconnect for every performance from battery pack.
As others have mentioned the built in tuner and long battery life are great!
You go through two batteries? That is like a marathon gig.Another happy user here.
The only gripe (which is minor) that I have with it is that I wish it had a cable input also in case your battery runs out mid-show. Way easier to just grab a cable and plug into the GLXD (and still retain your tuner functionality) than it is to have to bypass the GLXD and either have an extra tuner on your board, or go without a tuner for the rest of the gig.