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Randall G3 Plus Series RG100G3PLUS 100W 2x12 Guitar Combo Amp
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Here's the beefy 140W Randall G3 RG100G3PLUS Guitar Combo Amp featuring Valve-Dynamic power and 2 x 12" Celestion Seventy 80s. 2 channels with 3 mode...Click To Read More About This Product
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Power, flexibility and portability all in one easy to manage package.
Here's the beefy 140W Randall G3 RG100G3PLUS Guitar Combo Amp featuring Valve-Dynamic power and 2 x 12" Celestion Seventy 80s. 2 channels with 3 modes give you plenty of tones to choose from, and you can tweak them just the way you want with voicing and contour controls, built-in spring reverb, and a series effects loop to connect your favorite stomp boxes.
The G3 series becomes more intense and aggressive with a completely redesigned preamp circuit in the G3 Plu series. Randall took the tone circuit of their premier V2 and T2 amplifiers and installed it in the G3 Plus models to provide an even higher level of performance without the cost of a high end amplifier. With a menacing new semi-gloss black finish, G3 Plus also looks as mean as it sounds.
The Power of Valve-Dynamic.
Breaking the tone barrier between Tube and FET has been a challenge to most amp designers for a long time. But, during the recent development of the V2 and T2, Randall made several groundbreaking discoveries that allowed them to discover why tube power reacts and feels so different from a solid-state power amp. Those discoveries resulted in the revolutionary new "Valve-Dynamic" power section.
Incorporating a single 12AT7 tube to drive a large MOSFET output circuit, this highly advanced power circuit has a natural compression that clips extremely soft at higher volumes reacting very much like a traditional power tube. The key to this circuit was capturing the true frequency response curve and characteristics of a power tubeamp. Randall's Valve-Dynamic circuit not only captures a tube's reactive qualities, it also delivers the warmth, feel, and musical character of full tube power amp, but with the durability and reliability of a MOSFET power amplifier.
- 140 Watt combo with new "Valve-Dynamic" power
- 2 x 12" Celestion Seventy 80's
- 2 channels w/3 modes
- Mode 1: Classic clean w/boost
- Mode 2: Classic hi-gain
- Mode 3: Modern hi-gain
- Voicing and Contour controls.
- Clean channel w/boost option
- Dual 3-band EQ's
- 12AT7 tube driven MOSFET power circuit
- Spring reverb
Get 140 watts of true tube tone at an amazing price. Call or click today to order yours.
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This amp is NOISY!!!!!!!! horribly. tranformer went out had it replaced and they also did the Randall Recommended mods for noise and it is still noisy. if you can get past the noise, the amp rocks if ya can dial it in.
This Amp is good for The Tipe of music I play Jazz Rock I use my POD XT LIVE via Loop and it sounds great. Clean sound directly through the front input not good, Distortion excellent good for Metal.
First!!! This amp is built for Metal! Metal is what this amp is all about. I own it and loved it for two months, then something went wrong with the reverb spring or circuit board vibrating... TWO MONTHS later the amp still sits in the shop waiting for Randall to get off their arse!!! Randall customer service is off the chart BAD or should I say non-existant! I will never buy another Randall product due to this, no matter how great this amp sounds when working right. Buy Mesa... Double the price but if something goes wrong they fix it. Now thats CUSTOMER SERVICE.
This amp is a metal beast, the distortion is perfect and the clean channel is hardly beaten, i use it as a practice amp at home and its still very loud! If you intend to buy a amp for practice and starting playing in a "weekend" band, you might want to try this.