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April 01, 2010

Free Giveaway of a Line 6 Relay G30 Wireless

Through my website only! Line 6 has set up a special opportunity though my website. Subscribers and website visitors to dolphinstreet.com can enter this giveaway on Line 6's site and a Line 6 Relay G30 Digital Wireless Guitar System can be won. I think this is really fantastic and I give a big thanks to Line 6 for setting this up.

All you need to do is to enter at at the Line 6 Dolphinstreet Relay G30 Giveaway Page and you can win one of these wireless units.

I have been testing the Relay G30 Wireless for a while now, and I am very impressed by it. In fact, I'm blown away. Check out my demo below for an overview. I have used it at gigs, rehearsals, around the house and so on, and there just isn't any interference issues at all. The unit is somehow shielded in a very effective way so that you won't ever have to worry about cell phone signals, radio stations, etc. It just plain WORKS flawlessly.

Perhaps the most important thing is how it sounds. Well, I can tell you, it is incredibly clear. I didn't expect to notice that much difference, to be honest, but the difference is remarkable. My guitar tone sounds clearer than ever. As long as I have a couple of AA batteries handy, there's no reason for me to use guitar cable any more - I just lose tone (plus I can't run around like a mad squirrel on a caffeine boost either - not that I ever do, but just in case).

Running around the house with my amp turned up has been a lot of fun! If I'm recording my amp, it sounds exactly the same if I'm sitting right beside the amp as if I'm far away in the other corner of the house as I'm playing. Not sure of how useful that might be for anyone, but I had fun doing it, and you can imagine it would be great when playing on a larger stage, perhaps outdoor gigs.

The main things that really stand out are:

1) Simple to use - it is very easy to setup. You need 2 AA batteries for the transmitter which you put on your belt. The receiver sits on the amp, and it uses a power adapter. Once you are plugged in, turn both the receiver and transmitter to the same channel, and you're all set. Super easy! If you use Alkaline AA batteries, you should be covered for over 8 hours of playing time. Should last a gig for sure!

2) No issues - the Relay G30 avoids most kinds of signal interference by broadcasting over the 2.4GHz band, plus it employs exclusive signal protection technology for an additional layer of defense.

3) Sounds great - I am stunned by how clear it sounds. I have used good guitar cable for years, and the difference is that the G30 doesn't have any high end roll of (unless you want it to). Guitar cable take off a bit of the high frequencies of your tone, but since the G30 is a digital wireless device, there is no high frequency roll off. Well, that's not quite true, because if you like this kind of treble cut, the G30 does provide an option for it - I think that's really cool! There is a cable simulator built in, so you can set the G30 to simulate a 15 foot cable or a 30 foot cable (the longer the cable, the more high frequency roll off you get).

The G30 covers a 30 meter distance. If you need more than that, there is also the G50 and the G90, which can handle longer distances and have more channels.

Now, go and sign up at Line 6 Dolphinstreet Relay G30 Giveaway Page and you can win one of these cool Line 6 G30 Wireless units!

Video Demo

By Robert Renman - www.dolphinstreet.com

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Posted by Robert Renman on April 01, 2010

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