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Product description

Description:
1. The MODE button can adjust the performance sound effects. There are "REV", "CHOR", "FLAG", "OVDR", "WAH", which correspond to reverb, chorus, flanger, overload and frog sound effects, respectively, with corresponding indicators show;
2. Support guitar original sound output, effective when the above 5 effect lights are all off;
3. Support Bluetooth receiving function, with BT status indicator, can connect to Bluetooth audio equipment, input background music, you can experience the performance of the band;
4. The push-pull switch can adjust the output volume of the musical instrument, so that the B6 can adapt to all kinds of guitars with active and passive pickups, and has a wider range of applications;
5. The output adopts D3.5 socket, built-in power amplifier, which can be connected to guitar speaker (Guitar port) or wired earphone output.
6. Built-in lithium battery, with USB charging port, the battery life can be up to 9 hours when fully charged; there is corresponding charging and low battery indicator.
7. The complete accessories include a B6 effect amplifier, a 3-meter-long D3.5 elbow to D6.35 audio cable, a USB charging cable, 6 Mandarin manual and color box packaging;
8. Can be used with electric guitars, bakelite guitars with pickups, etc.
10. The color is high-gloss wood grain.

Specification:
Name: Multi-effects for Guitar
Distortion Rate: ≤0.5%
Frequency Response: 50Hz-18kHz 20HZ-20KHZ
Signal to Noise Ratio:gt; 70dB
Use Time: About 8 hours
Power Supply Mode: Built-in rechargeable lithium battery
Mode: 5 sound effect modes
Material: Plastic ABS
Size (about): Open: 12.3*4.3*2cm/4.84*1.69*0.79in, collapse: 7.6*4.3*4cm/2.99*1.69*1.57in

Packing List:
Guitar Effect Machine*1
USB Charging Cable*1
D3.5 To D6.35 Audio Cable*1
Manual *1

Notes:

SHOUBIAOD Guitar Receiver Transmitter, Rechargeable Wireless Gui

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