Line6 Relay G10

2.4 GHz Plug and Play Wireless System

  • Range up to 15 m (depending on the environment)
  • Automatic frequency selection
  • Up to 4 parallel systems possible
  • Peak SPL: 118 dB
  • Audio frequency range: 10 - 20,000 Hz
  • Plug-on transmitter
  • Table receiver with integrated battery charger
  • Battery life: Operates approx. 8 hours, up to 200 hours standby
  • Mute function until fully plugged thus no pop sounds when plugging and unplugging
  • No license is required and no charges are incurred worldwide

Note: Fits instruments with passive or active electronics. For guitars with unconventional wiring, a 6.3 mm mono adapter is included.

Note: Does not function with guitars with a phase-shifted pin assignment!

Further Information

Guitar Channels 1
Transmission Format Digital
Frequency 2400 MHz
Transmitter Type Guitarbug
Receiver Type Stationary
Mountable Antenna No
Charging System Yes
Internal Battery Yes

Information on the supported frequency ranges

Here you can see which frequencies are supported by this wireless system and the countries in which these frequencies are allowed in the future for wireless applications.

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Convenient but look for better options
irishRockr, 22.11.2020
I bought this so that when I am at my computer/guitar room I can pick up a guitar and play without having to plug in cables or have cables lying around the floor. I disconnect guitar lead to keep the place tidy. It does what I intended and is pretty convenient. However there are some drawbacks.

It did not work out of the box. It wouldn't even charge and had to do a manual update to get it to charge. Which was not easy! I had filed for a return but after the firmware update I got it working.

However it was reported that Line6 had issues with batteries going bad or possibly being a fire hazard so in the firmware they changed it to reduce charge current etc. What it does is basically undercharge the battery and this drastically reduces battery life between charges. I get an hour or two and that is far from the 6-8 advertised. It would be nice if they fixed it in firmware but that will never happen if the original reason was a safety hazard. So, either wait for a rev 2 where they have the issue figured out or try another brand. Disappointing.
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Still works and delivers
BillK, 10.01.2021
Despite the battery problems that are known for this device, I will have to say that (at least for my case) it works fine and I have not seen any problems charging the battery or overheating.
As soon as the notification from Line 6 came out, I performed the firmware upgrade and all seem good.

pros: Wire free movement is great!
cons: Possible issues with charging according to the forums and the vendor.
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Painless wireless system
dimaisonfire, 22.12.2020
Simple plug-n-play experience. I use it both with a station connected to my bigger amp and with Yamaha THR-II Wireless. The connection is stable and it's almost impossible to distinguish a sound from the wired connection. Totally recommended
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Works great but battery drains in storage.
TrEr, 13.10.2019
I got this for using in the studio with un-safe equipment that I wouldn't want to plug a guitar into using a cable. I'm talking about plugging into old tube radios/tape recorders using a jack-to-banana plug cable. Or into OLD un-grounded amps. Basically anything where there's even the slightest risk of dying from being electrocuted. I'd rather fry the Relay than kill someone.

I have no complaints about the sound quality but normally I wouldn't use this in the studio. An extra AD/DA conversion even before the signal hits the amp is something I definitely would want to avoid. But for health and safety reasons I like to use it for the examples above. I do love the sound of old tube radios with guitar and they can be found for practically nothing at flea markets.

I have not experienced any noise/interference issues when using this in a studio filled with analog and digital equipment. My studio is also located inside an international sea port with lots of transmitters/radars/sonars in close vicinity and there have been no problems whatsoever with the sound.

The Relay is very easy to use, works as specified and I'm not missing any features at all.

I'm not too happy about anything involving fragile micro-usb sockets though. Surely they could have used something else for the power cable? These things are bound to break and sooner rather than later.

Build quality is as good as can be expected from a plastic product. Decent but not great. Being plastic it is of course very light so the docking station isn't particularly stable. I wouldn't keep it on top of my amp where anything pulling on the power cable could make it fall and hit the ground.

One rather annoying issue for me is that the battery drains when the unit is left in storage for a while. I don't use old tube radios on every session so whenever I need the Relay there's usually very little battery left. To avoid mid-session delays for charging I need to plan ahead when I want to use it and that can be a bit problematic because the old tube radios are usually for spur of the moment stuff when the vibe is right.

Still, I'm reasonably happy with the quality of this product and I expect most people use it differently from me and the battery issue won't matter at all. The micro-usb socket doesn't fill me with confidence for a long life on the road though...
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