Line 6 Relay G10 Wireless Guitar System
The Line 6 Relay G10 is streamlined wireless system that utilizes modern 2.4 GHz frequency.
There's no need for any complex setup and menus, all you have to do is power up the receiver and plug-in the bug-type transmitter to your guitar.
It has an operating range of 50' which is good enough for most applications, while the built-in battery of the transmitter runs for up to 8 hours per charge (200 hours standby time).
Finally, charging the transmitter battery is as simple as plugging it into the receiver.
- Transmitter: G10 (Bug Type)
- Battery: Built-in Rechageable Battery (Up to 8 Hours)
- Guitar Cable: None
- Dimensions: 2" Long + Plug (Bug Type)
- Weight: Not Specified
- Receiver: G10
- Antenna: Built-in
- Operating Range: 50 Feet Line of Sight (as local conditions allow)
- Frequency Range: 2.4 GHz
- Frequency Response: Not Specified
- Output: 1 x XLR, 1 x 1/4"
- Dimensions: 3.5" x 4" x 4"
- Weight: 3 lbs. (When Boxed)
- Features: Streamlined design, Bug Type Transmitter charges on the receiver by simply plugging it into the receiver.
The main point of wireless systems is to replace clunky and high maintenance cables, and the Line 6 Relay G10 does this well while keeping operation as simple as possible. Its plug and play simplicity continues to win over users, while its sound quality impresses even experienced players. It's compact profile and the ability to charge the transmitter right on the receiver is also often complemented in reviews. Being affordable is another plus that makes users really happy with the Relay G10.
There are some who had issues with the receivers power adapter, which is a USB cable, much like the ones used for charging mobile phones. There are reports of the cable being flimsy, and loosing contact after multiple setup and tear downs. Some recommend getting a better micro USB cable for improved reliability.
If you want a simple and affordable way to free yourselves from guitar cables, then the Line 6 Relay G10 is for you.
Although this was previously on our recommended list, there are now more highly rated options available which you can see in our guide to The Best Guitar Wireless Systems.