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Randall G3 Plus Series RG75G3PLUS Guitar Combo Amp
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Randall's G3 Plus Series becomes even more intense and aggressive with a redesigned preamp circuit, included in the 1 x 12" RG75G3Plus combo with spr...Read More
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Small enough for practice, big enough for gigs.
Randall's G3 Plus Series becomes even more intense and aggressive with a redesigned preamp circuit, included in the 1 x 12" RG75G3Plus combo with spring reverb. Randall took the high gain tone circuit of their flagship V2 and T2 amplifiers and installed it in each of their G3 Plus models. What you get is higher professional level tone and performance without the costs of a high-end amp.
Each G3 Plus model 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 rehearsal or practice combo, but 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 that lives for tight gain and thick low end.
- Dual 3-band EQ's
- 16-Digital EFX
- Series EFX loop w/Levels
- Slave Output w/level
G3 Plus Series RG75G3PLUS 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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I use to be an active guitarist playing in a classic rock band. But 3 kids put a stop to that for awhile. So I'm looking around for a combo amp That would thump my chest without thumping my walllet. Marshall's have always been the mainstay of my rig. However after I compaired the 2 side by side. "JCM 2000","RG75G3" the JCM 2000 has alot of options on it With a great sound. The Randall has a sound thats For me got a lot more heart. When you cut the mid's ,up the gain. We are talkin chest thumpin chugin like you wouldn't beleive. It's a basic 2 channel amp w/ 2 diferent gain knobs on 1 channel . The clean is great it's a warm rich clean w/Boost. The reverb is good. Footswitching is easy. But most of all it's easy to dail in the sound your looking for. If you'r looking for an amp with a great tone for a nice price. Brother have you come to the right place. The FX loop works like a charm w/level for adjustments. The amp is heavy without wheels. I'll have to get a cab 4ohms@100w,8ohms@75w. The other reason I went for this is the fact that it is a lower watt amp . After playing on halfstacks @ 2 or 4 on the volume knob. I wanted to get the volume knob up to really Overdrive the amp. Whether you play a halfstack on 2-4 or a combo on 6-8 Randall amps are the best bag for the buck Bar none!