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Getaria Upgrade 2.4GHZ Wireless Guitar System Built-in Rechargeable Transmitter/Receiver Manual

Getaria Upgrade 2.4GHZ Wireless Guitar System Built-in Rechargeable Transmitter/Receiver Manual Image


DIMENSIONS: 5.1 x 1.5 x 0.5 inches, WEIGHT: 6 pounds, LATENCY: < 12ms, THD + NOISE: -98dB, DYNAMIC RANGE: > 105dB, FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 20-20KHz, SAMPLE RANGE: 24bit/48KHz, MANUFACTURER: Getaria


The Getaria Wireless Guitar System can be used for a number of guitar practices such as individual performance, band performance, personal practice, busking and family parties. It comes with an exceptional transmission range of 100 ft.

It features a 2.4G uncompressed wireless signal transmission with low noise and low latency. The guitar system can support up to 6 sets of devices working at the same time. One transmitter of the Getaria transmitter is capable to transmitting signal to several receivers. It features a built-in rechargeable battery which provides a working period of 5 hours. The dynamic range of the wireless guitar system is greater than 105dB and transmission range of 280 degrees. It is fit for all electronic instruments and allows you to use your guitar while roaming around without any trouble. The material of the guitar system is ABS plastic.

Package Contents

  • Transmitter x 1
  • Receiver x 1
  • User Manual x 1
  • USB Charging Cable x 1

How to pair the transmitter and receiver with one another?

In order to pair the transmitter and receiver with one another first of all turn on the transmitter and receiver by sliding the power button on each upwards.

Once turned on the LED will start blinking. Once the blinking stops it means the transmitter and receiver have paired with one another successfully.

Using Getaria Microphone Systems?

  1. Plug in the receiver in to your amplifier.
  2. Take the transmitter and plug it in to your guitar.
  3. Turn on the transmitter. This can be done by the button present on the transmitter.
  4. The transmitter will start blinking.
  5. Turn on the receiver which has been connected to the amplifier.

Charging the Getaria Wireless Guitar System?

The wireless guitar system can be charged by using the provided Y type USB charging cable.

  1. Connect one end of the USB charger cable to the port of the receiver and transmitter that has a battery icon on it.
  2. Connect the other end to the wall charger or your laptop.

The LED indicator will show red light when the transmitter and receiver are charging and will go off when they are completely charged. They take about 30 to 45 minutes to be completely charged.


  • How natural does this sound on a fine acoustic guitar using a piezo/pre-amped pickup?
    To make it sound super natural follow the following steps:
    • Set the balance on the sound system in the middle.
    • Set everything else to zero.
    • Turn the volume to your desired level.
  • Would two sets of these work for a guitar>pedal board> amp? To make a fully wireless rig?
    Yes, it can work. Pair the guitar and the pedal with the wireless guitar system and then you can pair the pedal board to the amplifier.
  • Could you use this with Rocksmith game?
    Yes, you can use this Rocksmith game if you get a female to female 1/8inch plug adapter. Plug it in to the receiver. Plug the other end in to the Rocksmith cable.
  • How is the wireless guitar receiver quality and is it easy to connect?
    The quality of the receiver is pretty decent and the connection is also very simple. Turn on the transmitter and receiver and place them close to each other. Once turned on the LED will start blinking. Once the LED blinking stops and it shows a solid light it means the two have paired with one another.
  • Will this transmitter fit into the surface plug on an Ibanez SR300?
    The transmitter has a 6.35mm jack. If the Ibanez SR300 has the same it will fit perfectly.
  • Does it have a headphone jack so that it can be used without an amp for practice?
    No, it doesn’t have any headphone jack.
  • Do I need internet with these?
    No, you don’t require any internet connection for these.
  • Will this work on a microphone?
    If the microphone has a 6.35mm jack it will work fine or else you can get a converter.
  • Do both the transmitter and receiver need charged regularly via USB?
    Yes, the Getaria Guitar system comes with a Y split USB charging cable which is used to charge the transmitter and receiver. They can be charged at the same.
  • Are these VFH, UFH, or digital?
    Its UHF and operates at 2.4GHz.
  • Does the Transmitter typically run down faster than the receiver?
    Yes, the transmitter typically run down 20 minutes before the receiver.
  • When will I know they are recharged?
    The LED indicator shows a red light while they are charging and the light goes off once fully charged.