Boss Katana-Air Wireless Guitar Amplifier

Aug 7, 2018

Category: Tech

The pinnacle of shredding on guitar comes when a player plugs their axe into a killer amp and cranks up the volume. But that comes with an unfortunate caveat: wires. And while wireless receivers are fairly commonplace, they’re almost always excessively expensive or unreliable when it comes to signal strength. Now, however, Boss has bridged the gap (and then some) by unveiling the Katana-Air.

Billed as the world’s first totally wireless guitar amplifier, this 30-watt rig boasts a wealth of built-in features – ranging from amp modeling, to built-in effects, to programmable settings and more. But it also has its own Bluetooth transceiver system, so you can play without the need for a cumbersome guitar cable. And while that would be notable in itself, there’s more: it also has battery functionality, meaning you don’t even have to plug it into a wall outlet to power it. With 12 hours of playtime per charge, this might just be the most portable guitar amplifier ever. Get one now for $400.

Purchase: $400

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