Going cable free doesn’t get any easier than the BOSS WL-50. This pedalboard-friendly wireless system eschews complicated setups in favor of a simple plug-and-play design. And it sounds so good, you may never use a standard cable again! Experience ultra-low latency and expansive dynamics while enjoying rock-solid stability and a 65-foot operating range. And if you’re worried about losing your plugged-in tone — don’t. The WL-50 offers two cable emulations that mimic the sound of guitar cables with jaw-dropping accuracy. And it’s a breeze to charge — just dock the transmitter to the receiver. Put a BOSS WL-50 on your board, and say goodbye to your cable management woes.
As easy to use as a standard guitar cable
If you suffer from technophobia, BOSS’s WL-50 will ease your anxiety. Simply plug the transmitter into your instrument and the stompbox-sized receiver into a pedal or your amp. Pairing the transmitter and receiver is also a breeze. Just dock them together for about 10 seconds, and the WL-50 does all the work for you.
You don’t have to sacrifice your plugged-in tone to go wireless
You don’t have to sacrifice tone when you use the BOSS WL-50, thanks to two built-in cable tone simulations that mimic the natural capacitive effects of guitar cables. They roll off your treble a bit, yielding the warm sound you’ve come to expect from a cable. These cable tone simulations work best with guitars or basses with passive pickups.
Easy to power and easy to charge
Powering and charging the WL-50 is a piece of cake. The receiver mounts on your pedalboard and is powered by a PSA-series adapter or AA batteries. To charge the transmitter, you simply dock it to the receiver. You can also charge the transmitter separately via a micro USB cable (not included). Beyond that, the WL-50 includes a DC output for distributing power to one or more pedals.