Line 6 Relay G50

Digital Wireless Guitar System with 12 Compatible Channels and 200' Range
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Wireless Freedom, Cable-grade Sound!

You're a guitarist. So, what do you want from a wireless system? You want your rig to feel and sound like you're playing through a cable! Fortunately, Line 6 gets that — and that's why the Relay G Series is for you. Each member of the series — the Relay G30, the Relay G50, and the Relay G90 — offers up Line 6's impressive "Virtual Wire Transmission" technology. In short, it means these systems are designed to give you the full-range sound, response, and range you expect from your guitar rig... just like a high-quality guitar cable. There's even a Cable Tone Simulator feature that lets you match the sound of your Relay wireless system to the sound of your favorite cable... so now you don't have to compromise your tone just to go cable-free. What else do you need to know about the Relay G?

Well, the Relay G50 system — the one you're looking at right now — is the most robust pedal-style system in the lineup, and it's a can't-beat value for the serious guitarist. It features 12 compatible channels - plenty of channels for your weekend gigs and even most festival shows with tons of other guitarists. The Relay G50 also gives you 200 feet line-of-sight to move about the stage — that's more than enough to get interactive with the crowd and the rest of your band.

All in all, the Relay G50 system gives you a rock-solid wireless solution. Plus, you really can't go wrong with Line 6. These guys know how to make guitar gear that's built for day after day use - and tour abuse.

Line 6 Relay G50 Wireless Guitar System Features at a Glance:
  • Includes a transmitter and a pedal-style receiver
  • Features 12 compatible channels and a 200-foot range
  • Incorporates Line 6's Virtual Wire Transmission technology for great dynamic response
  • Cable Tone Simulator matches the sound of your favorite guitar cable
  • Designed to be compander free so your signal stays true
  • Low-noise system with high-quality 24-bit A/D conversion
  • Works for approximately 8 hours on just two AA alkaline batteries
  • Simple set of controls makes it easy for anyone to use
Give yourself the gift of wireless freedom with the great-sounding Line 6 Relay G50 system!

Worry-free Wireless!

We wanted you to know that all of the wireless systems you see here — and all of the wireless systems available at Sweetwater — are 100% compliant with the Federal Communication Commission's new rules governing wireless systems. You can be confident that these systems will work safely and within the permitted frequency/power ranges, just as they are. However, please be aware that by choosing to use systems that operate in the 700MHz range or by modifying a new wireless system you receive from us, you may cause your system to operate outside the FCC's new guidelines. If that's the case, you may need a license to operate the unit. To find out more, visit the FCC's wireless microphone website at or give them a call at (888) CALL-FCC.

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Tech Specs

System: Simultaneous Channels 12
System: Analog/Digital Digital
System: Frequency Range 2.4 GHz
System: Operating Range 200 ft. Line-of-sight
System: Frequency Response 10Hz-20kHz
Instrument Cable: Connector 1 1/4"
Instrument Cable: Connector 2 TA4F
Transmitter: Form Factor Bodypack
Transmitter: Dynamic Range 120dB
Transmitter: Battery Type 2 x AA
Transmitter: Battery Life 8 hours
Transmitter: Connector TA4M
Receiver: Antenna Type Detachable
Receiver: Type Pedal
Receiver: Outputs 2 x 1/4"
Manufacturer Part Number 99-123-0105

Customer Reviews

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Line 6 g50 wireless

The line 6 g50 is a great wireless it has great range. I highly recommend this to any guitar player.
Music background: Lifetime musician

perfect easy tough awesome

I'm a pro that gigs regularly (I play bass and guitar). I bought a cheaper brand (N**Y)- doa. returned it (not bought here). Stepped up got the G50 based on reviews. WOW. For me? First it was SIMPLE to hook up. channel to channel, thats it. Lights easy to read. Sound? Perfect. No noise at all,and the venue sits right next to a cell tower. I briefly played with the cable length knob. Sounded good no matter what. the case material is hard core metal like the boss pedals. It will NOT break. Sounds incredible. I'm glad my cheapness lost out to quality.I gigged with it and it was perfect. 4 hr show and batt life still showing good. Yup, believe the reviews its a winner... just a couple extra inches of length on the cord that plugs into the bass might be cool for me but not a big deal. it wont ever unplug. And Mark at x1221 was recommended to me by one of my guitarists. Mark shined. Knew the product and know I needed it for a gig in 3 days. He made it happen. Big time. My only place to buy from now on and at ext 1221
Music background: pro musician, recording engr


I play bass both professionally and for a couple churches on a weekly basis. I'ved owned a Line 6 Floor Bass Pod for over 10 years, so I know their products are very well made and reliable. Still, I tested a both the G50 and the Shure GLX16 with my bass over several gigs.I really liked the Shure's tuner and auto channel selection features, but the transmitter was a bit heavier, uses a proprietary rechargable battery (which means extra $ for a spare), and despite the "smart" selection of good channels and supposed auto switching between the cleanest frequencies, I did have a few occasions where it choose a channel with noticeable hiccups, and had to force a manual rescan.The G50 is dead simple to set up, lighter body pack, uses AA batteries that last multiple shows (including sound checks), works great with AA rechargeables, great distance, but the kicker for me was the extended range down to 10Hz. I know this isn't audible to the human ear, but you definitely feel it playing larger venues with subs. Competing with guitars and synths connected direct can be challenging even with a 5 string bass (wireless). My 4 string Music Man and Fender Jazz basses are solid on the low end that you can noticeably feel. In fact, I often have to trim the lows back either on my preamp or in the house. My 5 string Ibanez sounds down-right apocalyptic!Channel selection is manually performed, but once I found my strongest channel, I have yet to change it (even in different locations) and it has NEVER glitched even once after several months of use. Reliability has been 100%, period.
Music background: Bassist, sound engineer, video production

True pro-quality, a real step up

I previously owned the XDS Plus (which technology was purchased by Line6), and the G50 blows it away in several aspects: 1) All metal build (the XDS transmitter was plastic) 2) Superior transmitter battery handing - a pair of AA's lasts me about 8 hours, there's a "time-left" indicator, and replacing the AA's is quick and easy with the spring-loaded, rugged battery cover. (The XDS Plus had a temperamental 9V battery compartment, and they only lasted about 5 hours at best). 3) Smaller form factor - easier to pack and carry 4) High quality Mini-XLR connector for short guitar cable (The XDS Plus used a fragile screw-on mini-plug) 5) Adjustable "cable length" emulation (The XDS was non-adjustable) Bottom line, Line6 hit this one out of the park. They took a great technology from XDS, and massively improved it. Bravo!
Music background: Pro musician

They Finally Got It Right

This is the 3rd generation X2/Line 6 wireless that I have purchased. Can't say that the first 2 generations could stand up to gigging 3 to 4 nights a week. The previous units required you to insert the 1/8" male jack then turn down the screw locking ring (Like Sennheiser). The problem was that there was hardly enough threads to catch the locking ring and if you did the whole assembly would turn or strip, not good. Also the cable molded 1/4" connector end would only last few months before going dead. The previous units required 9 volt batteries which don't last long and are more expensive then double AA's. The new cable design is great and not subject to failure due to bad connector ends. Finally the unit feels and sounds like a quality unit.
Music background: Musician/Sound Tech

Sweetwater Advice

Zach Neels

I recently added a Line 6 Relay G50 to my rig, and I have never been happier! Whether I'm on the other side of the stage, or clear outside our practice space talking with the bandmates, I still have amazing fidelity and clear tone. The other guitarist in the band even commented that while I was outside, it still sounded like I was plugged in two feet away from him! The other great thing is that it only takes up one spot on your pedal board, keeping you from needing to sit it on your amp head, or find a rack to put it in. Anyway you look at this, it's a great piece, and it's truly "Worry-free Wireless".

Carson McClain

The Line 6 Relay G50 has tons of range, no loss in signal quality whatsoever, and its so easy to set up!
See also: Guitar Wireless, Line 6, Line 6 Guitar Wireless System, Line 6 Guitar Wireless Systems