MESSE09: Line 6 Wireless Guitar System

Relay G30 is the first of several digital wireless systems for guitar      01/04/09

MESSE09: Line 6 Wireless Guitar System
Relay G30 Receiver

Buying Choices
Line 6 has announced Relay G30 Wireless Guitar System, the debut system from its forthcoming brand of digital wireless systems for guitar. They believe that Relay G30 will redefine the wireless experience with superior sound, professional dependability and total simplicity.
Don Boomer, Line 6 product line manager, had this to say, "Relay G30 has the professional solutions that wireless guitarists have been waiting for. It's easy to use, totally dependable and sounds as clear as a high-quality cable. Plus, at a price working guitarists will appreciate, it's a great value."
Here's the details from the Line 6 press release...
Relay G30 delivers superior sound. Its high-end sparkle and low-end punch show the sonic limitations of traditional wireless systems. Free of any frequency roll-off, Relay G30 boasts a broad frequency response of 10Hz – 20kHz, plus a dynamic range of 118 dB, at ranges of up to 30 meters.
Built for professional use, Relay G30 offers unequalled dependability. Exclusive signal protection technology shields its robust signal from dropouts. Relay G30 broadcasts in the 2.4GHz band, which is less congested than other bands and therefore contains less interference.
Lightweight, low-profile and easy to use, Relay G30 delivers a simple but sophisticated experience. The system features 1/4-inch inputs and outputs, sets of bright LEDs that display power, status and battery life, and it includes everything the user needs to get started.
Relay G30 is not available in North America.
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