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Line 6 releases Relay G70

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Line 6 Relay G70

Wireless system from Line 6 belonging to the Relay series.

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Line 6 presents the Relay G70, a wireless receiver stompbox described as 5 pedals rolled into one.

Line 6's new Relay G70 was designed to replace multiple pedals with just one, as it does not only offer an elaborated wireless system but also an ABY switcher, a tuner, a gain controller and a DI box. With support for multiple transmitters, it allows to easily perform with multiple instruments, while programmable scene presets let the user control signal routing, levels and more with the press of a footswitch.

Featuring several inputs and outputs you need, the Relay G70 aims at making it easier and more efficient than ever to route your signal on stage even with complex setups. A 1/4” aux input lets the user plug in directly without re-patching pedals, while a balanced XLR output allows the signal to go direct to the board or a modeler. Plus, two programmable 1/4” outs and an XLR out allow to assign outputs for each instrument.

The AA-battery fed, pedal-format Relay G70 is available now around the $500 mark. More details at line6.com.

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