WaveAngle, a manufacturer of high performance wireless solutions for professional sound reinforcement is now shipping the Radian™ Gold Series Wireless Guitar System. The Radian™ system is an ultra-compact, wireless device designed for use with electric guitars and basses. The device is the first in the industry to combine crystal clear audio quality and rock solid digital wireless connectivity in an ultra-compact form factor. The new design delivers uncompressed, CD quality signal, overcomes previous issues experienced with other wireless devices and eliminates the unwanted tangle of cables on any stage. Initially unveiled at the 2009 Winter National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) in Anaheim , Ca this past January, the Radian™ system is now deep into production and order fulfillment. Taking advantage of their market timing, WaveAngle looks to grow their network of domestic and international dealers at the Summer NAMM this July in Nashville , TN. Over the past few years, there have been newly created issues for previous wireless devices that will now no longer function or suffer signal interruption due to changing regulations from the FCC. The new WaveAngle Radian™ systems eliminate these and future issues by using the 2.4GHz world-wide license free ISM radio band. This allows the user to perform anywhere in the world , and allows retailers to provide this new solution to their customers immediately. Designed from the ground up, the Radian™ Gold Series system applies cutting edge digital RF technology by using the 2.4GHz bandwidth, QoS engines, advanced frequency hopping and incorporates an innovative design that is simple to use. The transmitter and receiver pair easily fits into an accessory pocket, requires no wall wart, operates on a single AAA battery for a life of up to 20 hours , and does not require additional rack mounting gear. With the Radian™ systems new technology, live sound managers are able to operate up to 10 systems simultaneously on stage. MSRP: $299 USD Visit the WaveAngle booth at Summer NAMM.