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Line 6 Relay G10

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RELAY G10
Plug-and-play digital guitar wireless system.

THE EASIEST GUITAR WIRELESS SYSTEM—EVER
Wireless freedom. Cable simplicity.
Playing guitar should be simple. Just plug-in and go. That’s why we made Relay® G10 incredibly easy to use—it works just like a guitar cable. You get incredible sound quality, rock-solid performance, and the freedom of digital wireless—all from the world’s easiest, most compact instrument wireless system.
SIMPLE AND INTUITIVE DESIGN
Plug in. And start playing.
In the past, wireless guitar systems have often been complicated to use—not anymore. Relay G10 features an extremely simple and intuitive design that makes it easy to rock. Just plug in the 1/4” transmitter, and the receiver will automatically select the best channel. G10 also makes switching instruments a breeze—the transmitter works with nearly all guitar types*. Plus, thanks to separate XLR and 1/4” outs, you get flexibility in your choice of outputs. No complicated menus. No tedious setup. No hassle.
Line 6 Relay G10 guitar wireless product shot of receiver and transmitter
Relay G10 guitar wireless by Line 6 charging while docked on an AMPLIFi 75
EASY RECHARGING
Always ready when you are.
Other wireless systems require expensive external batteries or a bulky charging station. Not Relay. A long-lasting rechargeable transmitter gives you up to 8 hours of playing time per charge. When you’re not playing, G10 enters sleep mode to extend battery life to as much as 200 hours. And when it’s time to recharge, just dock the transmitter on the receiver and you’re good to go. It doesn’t get any easier than that.
SMART FEATURES
Packed with innovative technology.
Relay G10 is loaded with smart features to help you get the most out of your performance. Cable Tone technology matches the character and feel of a regular guitar cable. The system automatically activates when your transmitter is fully connected—eliminating annoying pops when you plug in your guitar. Finally, the receiver lights up, making it easy-to-see sync and battery status.

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