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Randall G3 Plus Series RG75DG3PLUS Guitar Combo Amp
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The Randall G3 RG75DG3PLUS is a combo amplifier that brings even more intensity and aggressiveness to your guitar playing with a redesigned preamp ci...Read More
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Small enough for practice, big enough for gigs.
The Randall G3 RG75DG3PLUS is a combo amplifier that brings even more intensity and aggressiveness to your guitar playing with a redesigned preamp circuit, a 12" speaker, and digital effects. Randall took the high gain tone circuit of their flagship V2 and T2 guitar amplifiers and installed it in each of the G3 Plus amps. What you get is higher professional level tone and performance without the costs of a high-end amp.
Each G3 Plus combo amp includes the highly innovative and revolutionary Valve-Dynamic power section originally designed only for the Randall V2 and T2 amplifiers. The Valve-Dynamic power circuit includes a 12AT7 tube driving the hybrid power section for authentic power tube tone and compression.
The RG75G3Plus is a perfect combo amplifier for rehearsal or practice, but it also has plenty of power as a main gigging amp for smaller club gigs. Each G3 Plus combo was designed for the rock and metal guitarist who lives for tight gain and thick low end. The Randall RG75DG3Plus amp has enough power and tone to keep up with any 1/2 stack or high-powered tube combo.
- Dual 3-band EQ's
- 16-Digital EFX
- Series EFX loop w/Levels
- Slave Output w/level
G3 Plus Series RG75DG3PLUS Guitar Combo Amp
- Preamp Channels:
- 2 Channels w/3 Modes
- Mode 1: Classic Clean w/Boost switch
- Mode 2: Vintage/Modern Hi-gain
- Mode 3: Vintage/Modern Hi-gain
- EQ Controls: Bass, Middle, Treble, Voicing, Sweep
- Master Control: Volume
- Speaker: 1 x 12" Celestion Seventy 80 speaker
- 80 Watt RMS
- Power Amp: Valve-Dynamic Tube/MOSFET Hybrid
- 12AT7 tube
- 200 Watts @ 4 ohms
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You should do yourself a favor and buy this amp right now. It's like having a gig quality amp in your living room. It has nothing short of raw power, perfect for hard rock and metal. Musician's Friend is the best place to get it too. I'm talkin' bout cheaper than ebay! Why buy a used one when you can get this one brand new for less. I ordered it on Sunday, I expected to wait about 4 days for a tracking number, but on the fourth day, it showed up. Awesome service!
Bad speaker right out of the box, can't really give much of a review but i can tell you i argued with Randall customer service for 3 weeks and the outcome was me buying my own new speaker. if you buy Randall good luck! as you will need it if you have a problem. im not hate bashing Randall but telling my true exp with them and i have emails from their customer service to back my claims.
This amp is just wonderful. I have had it for 2 years. Very reliable. Do yourself a favor and buy this amp, sounds amazing. The gain channels both sound great for each of there purposes (gain 1 classic rock sound, gain 2 modern metal sound) The clean channel is also great.
I purchased mine about a year ago. It worked great and then after transporting it from show to show some of the wiring in the power supply fried. Luckily it was under warranty.This is a beast! It is responsive like a Solid State, but it has a touch of Tube feel to it. I replaced the Pre-amp tube with a 12AX7 Sovtek because the Gain was lacking a more modern bite to it, but I can get everything from Blues to a ripping Metal tone from it. The effects portion is quite intensive, but you can only have one effect on at a time, and if you push reverb or chorus up too high it can overwhelm your tone, but that goes even for pedals.The Clean channel is sparkly and bright. "Gain 1" channel is fairly soft volume-wise, but it has great grit when you want it to. "Gain 2" channel boosts the Volume and I have my Gain cranked for Solos.This is a good amplifier for practicing or even small clubs. I play anywhere from 20 people (Local Blues night sessions) to clubs of 150 people and have no problems being heard, and I can tune into that sweet spot whereas if I had a stack I would just be scratching at the door of tone.
My buddy has the RG200dg3 model and it sounded really good so later on when they introduced the plus models with the upgraded tone circuits I knew I wouldnt be let down and I went ahead and purchased it. This amp sounds amazing and for the price and features its a tough one to beat. I would reccomend this amp to anyone wanting that extra hardcore distortion. The clean channel has a nice tone to it also. So if your in the market for a great combo amp I would suggest giving this one a try.