Are you interested in learning how to get the most out of your MINELAB GPX 5000 or 4800 detector? Are you struggling to master the ground balance procedure, or have questions about search coil selection? Would you like to know more about each of the settings and how they effect overall performance? If you answered YES to any of these questions, then I would highly recommend getting a copy of Minelab’s newest training video titled, Become a Gold Pro-Spector.
Hosted by experienced prospector Chris Gholson, this 95-minute production was filmed in picturesque central Arizona; some of the most productive and mineralized gold country in the United States. Chris is a recognized authority in the industry with over fifteen years detecting experience. His passion for prospecting and treasure hunting has taken him all across the US, down into South America, and throughout every state in Australiaexcept Tasmania. His extensive knowledge of the Minelab brand makes him the perfect host for this new instructional video.
The purpose of this video is to demystify the operation of these highly advanced metal detectors through straight forward explanations and actual field demonstrations. Work alongside Chris as he describes in layman’s terms how to properly adjust and operate the most current GPX models. The step-by-step instructions and easy to follow content make it so simple that even someone who has never detected before will have the necessary knowledge to set up their machine and start finding gold fast! Some of the topics covered include: basic assembly, reviewing the Quick Start, how to Ground Balance, search coil selection, overview of both the front and rear control panels, soil timings, pinpointing techniques, target recovery, Iron Reject explained, and much more. There is even an actual “nugget dig” captured live on camera! Whether you are a seasoned pro, or a first time user, you are sure to find this video both informative and entertaining.