Line 6 Relay G55

Digital Wireless Guitar System with 12 Compatible Channels, 300' Range, Bodypack Transmitter, and Half-rack Receiver
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Enjoy Wireless Freedom Without Compromising Your Tone

The Line 6 Relay G55 Digital Guitar Wireless System gives you tour-grade performance in a compact, half-rack format. Perfect for guitar or bass, the Relay G55's 12 channels of compander-free 24-bit audio, 10Hz-20kHz frequency response, and 117dB dynamic range serves up the sound of a cable - without the cable. The G55's 2.4GHz operation and DCL signal protection deliver interference-free performance, while one-step setup and license-free worldwide operation give you unprecedented ease of use. Why should your singer get all the attention? Get active onstage, with the Line 6 Relay 55.

Line 6 Relay G55 Digital Guitar Wireless System at a Glance:
  • 4th-gen digital wireless technology
  • Cable Tone: the sound of a cable - without the cable!
  • Setup couldn't be any easier
4th-gen digital wireless technology

Since its introduction, Line 6 digital wireless technology has been racking up awards and giving demanding professionals the superior audio quality and reliability they require. Line 6 digital wireless technology is now in its 4th generation; it's mature, stable, and continues to set standards in performance and ease-of-use.

Cable Tone: the sound of a cable - without the cable!

You don't want to be tethered to your amp, but that cable sure adds an undeniable character to your tone, doesn't it? Excellent news! The G55 sports Line 6's selectable Cable Tone technology, which simulates the subtle tonal effects of a standard 25-foot cable, letting you flounce about the stage unfettered - while sounding just like you're wired.

Setup couldn't be any easier

Like all Line 6 digital wireless systems, the Relay G55 is stunningly easy to set up. Simply pick any of the 12 available channels on the bodypack transmitter. Choose the same channel on the receiver, and you're good-to-go. Transmitter and receiver lock together - instantly, and you're ready to rock. If you're a guitarist or bassist, claim your onstage freedom with the Line 6 G55 Digital Guitar Wireless System!

Line 6 Relay G55 Digital Guitar Wireless System Features:
  • Patented, 4th-generation digital wireless technology
  • All-metal, half-rack receiver designed for rack-mount (with optional rackmount kit) or amp-top use
  • Durable metal bodypack transmitter
  • Full-range 24-bit digital conversion, 10Hz-20kHz (-2.5dB) frequency response
  • Wide 117dB dynamic range (A weighted), superior transient response
  • Operates in 2.4GHz band, free from interference from TV broadcasting, cell phone towers, etc.
  • Up to 12 simultaneous channels
  • DCL (Digital Channel Lock) technology protects your signal
  • 300-foot transmission range
  • License-free operation worldwide
  • Cable Tone simulates the high-frequency roll-off characteristics of a standard 25-foot cable
  • XLR and 1/4" outputs
  • Powered half-wavelength antennas
Claim your onstage freedom, with the Line 6 G55 Digital Guitar Wireless 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.

Additional Media

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Tech Specs

System: Simultaneous Channels 12
System: Analog/Digital Digital
System: Frequency Range 2.4 GHz
System: Operating Range 300 ft. Line-of-sight
System: Frequency Response 10Hz-20kHz
Transmitter: Form Factor Bodypack
Transmitter: Dynamic Range 117dB
Transmitter: Battery Type 2 x AA
Transmitter: Battery Life 8 hours
Transmitter: Connector TA4M
Receiver: Antenna Type Detachable
Receiver: Front Panel Display Yes
Receiver: Type Rackmount
Receiver: Rackmountable Yes
Receiver: Outputs 1 x XLR, 1 x 1/4"
Receiver: Dimensions 1.75" x 7.5" x 8.2"
Manufacturer Part Number 99-123-0145

Customer Reviews

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Great Wireless Product

That last time I used a wireless system was over 10 years ago and I had to sacrifice sound quality for convenience. I decided to give it another try after reading some reviews and went with the Line 6 model since I already use a HD500X and l2t live. It does exactly what it says it will do. All the convenience without loss of sound quality. Plus it's easy to use. Power on and one knob on the receiver and a body pack with built-in LCD to show how many hours of battery life you have left. Two thumbs up!!!

Excellent, Well-Built Wireless Guitar System

I replaced a Shure PGDX Digital wireless system with this Line 6 Relay G55 system. By comparison, the Shure PGDX is all plastic, wimpy antennae, and barebone regarding status display capability to the user. The Line 6 Relay is solid, constructed of metal (where it counts) and plastic. The antennae are larger and connect to the base with BNC connectors. The body pack is made the same way -- Solid. The antenna is a solid plastic stub (instead of a floppy wire) and the LCD reports frequency, battery life, and mute. In close proximity to the unit, the Shure system had drop outs and sound perturbations. The Line 6 system has been solid for a month now. The base unit has a convenient signal strength meter and sound level meter for the guitar input. Amazingly -- for the same money, the Line 6 is clearly miles ahead of the Shure PGDX.
Music background: Pro Hobbyist

Giving Line 6 another try

The new Sony wireless has met its maker. I'm back with Line 6 now. Time will tell. The G-55 is simple. The G-55 has easily selectable 12 channels. 300 feet range. No loss of sound in any manner so far.
Music background: Hobbyist

Line 6 Relay G55

After years of dis-satisfaction with three other famous brand analog wireless systems, the Line 6 Relay G55 delivers the performance I've always dreamed of. No more cable entanglements on-stage and the ability for more audience interaction with trouble free performance! Easy to set-up and operate, great to look at, and reasonably priced; the G55 system has finally allowed me to 'cut the cord' between my instrument and the rest of my rig. I also acquired the optional half-rack mounting kit for installing the receiver in a case (along with a tuner) that made it easier to connect cables between this system and the rest of my rig from the front panel of the case. Performance has been glitch free... even in the low-power mode. No drop outs, no static, and none of the other strange noises I experienced with the analog systems I've used in the past. I've used this system with various brand electric bass guitars (4-string, 5-string, & acoustic) without any issues. Venue experience has so far been limited to nightclubs and outdoor events where my band was the only act and we had our own sound system. No experience on multi-band shows or venues with house sound. My region (Baltimore Metro area) has very heavy RF traffic. I'm using 2400 mAh rechargeable AA batteries (as per manual recommendations) and useful life has been at least one gig per charge (leaving the transmitter on the entire time from sound check through encore... about 6 hours). The standard instrument cable included is an unusual tight fit in 1/4" Switchcraft jacks. I would highly recommend immediately buying an upgraded instrument cable... such as a Shure W302 (straight plug) or W304 (RT angle plug) if you get ANY Line 6 Relay instrument system. These cables are generally in-stock all the time as well as being field serviceable.
Music background: Performing Musician
See also: Guitar Wireless, Line 6, Line 6 Guitar Wireless System, Line 6 Guitar Wireless Systems