Pre Owned With usual scuffs – complete for plug and play
Relay G30 broadcasts its robust signal over the 2.4GHz band. This keeps the signal free from many kinds of interference. For added security, Relay G30 employs exclusive signal protection technology: it broadcasts an encrypted data stream on six channels simultaneously. Traditional wireless systems, on the other hand, are susceptible to dropouts, static and many other kinds of interference.
Broadcasting over congested UHF bands, their signals may be affected by interference generated as far away as 160 kilometres, or more.
Relay G30 is a low-profile system that’s easy to use. The lightweight transmitter remains out of the way of your performance, and the rugged receiver can sit on top of your amp or be added to your pedal board.
The receiver offers bright and easy-to-read LEDs that display power, status and battery life. And the standard 1/4-inch ins and outs deliver real convenience. The system comes complete with transmitter, receiver and all necessary accessories including cable, power supply and batteries.
Attached to Your Guitar Cable?
For players attached to cables, adopting a wireless system introduces many questions: What will it feel like? Will it change my sound? Relay G30 sounds just like a cable, but it also sounds just like your cable. Relay G30 features two EQ settings that match the frequency responses of typical guitar cables. Different players use different cables, but all players can use Relay G30.
30-meter range, line-of-sight
Broad 10Hz – 20kHz frequency response; Superior 118 dB dynamic range
8 hours of battery life (AA alkaline batteries)
Lightweight, low-profile and easy to use
Bright LEDs display power, status and battery life
Tone presets match the sounds of guitar cables
Comes complete with transmitter, receiver and all necessary accessories including cable, power supply and batteries
2.4GHz band is optimal for guitar wireless
Encrypted data stream for added signal protection; Simultaneous broadcasts on six channels
Rugged polycarbonate shell