08/04/21 Price Drop: £30
Before lockdown, my G30 wireless system started cutting out constantly in the rehearsal room, I’ve tried it on different channels and at home so I’m fairly certain it’s not because of interference. There is apparently a firmware update available, however you need an XD75 receiver to be able to update it which I haven’t got nor was prepared to invest in. I’ve replaced the G30 with a G70 now so this is redundant, and I thought it better to try and sell it for spares/repairs rather than just throwing it away.
Comes with original box and paperwork.
Both the receiver and transmitter power on and connect to each other and work on all channels.
Original power supply not included.
Belt clip on the transmitter fell off years ago, a common issue with these units.
Battery compartment door is loose, I held it down with elastic bands. Again, a common issue.
The aforementioned constant cutting out.
So, if anyone fancies taking a punt on a cheap G30 set and try and get it working again, this is your lucky (or unlucky) day.
Collection from Southend or I’ll post to your door, I imagine postage would be roughly £10 or less.
For sale. Line 6 Helix Native License for the full software. I no longer use my Computer so I don’t need the software any more. Purchaser must have a line 6 account or create one, and then the license will be gifted to them through their account. I have just been on my Line 6 account and checked that this is ok. I just enter your line 6 user and email then gift it to you. Currently on Line 6 it is 399 US dollars or around £300. Please note that Native is not a standalone plug in, it is to be used within a DAW. This is for mac or windows.
So I'm kind of in a dilemma with my live sound...
We're running IEM now and I'm strongly considering ditching head & cab.
Ive been looking to add a nice preamp pedal to my chain and run direct to FOH... Mesa Subway di, Trickfish Minnow, Nordstrand Starlifter etc.
Ive recently also stumbled across the HX Stomp which looks like it could solve all of my problems in one simple solution. My only reservation is that I'll be disappointed with the effects and amp sims for bass.
I don't use tons effects - Octave, Chrorus, Envelope and some compression. Definitely no fuzz or overdrive.
Does anyone else go direct to FOH? If so, do you prefer one of the above options?