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Randall G3 Plus Series RH150DG3PLUS 150W Guitar Amp Head
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The beefy Randall G3 Plus RH150DG3PLUS Guitar Amp Head features 150 watts and Randall's very effective Valve-Dynamic power. 2 channels with 3 modes g...Click To Read More About This Product
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The beefy Randall G3 Plus RH150DG3PLUS Guitar Amp Head features 150 watts and Randall's very effective Valve-Dynamic power. 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, 16 built-in digital effects, and a series effects loop to connect your favorite stompboxes. An included MIDI footcontroller gives you hands-free command over lots of features.
The G3 Series becomes more intense and aggressive with a completely redesigned preamp circuit, introducing G3 Plus. 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 costs 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 narrow in as to why tube power reacts and feels so much differently than a traditional solid-state power amp. Those discoveries, as you'll hear this year, 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 softly at higher volumes reacting very much like a traditional power tube. The key this circuit was capturing the true frequency response curve of a power tube. Randall's Valve-Dynamic circuit not only captures a tube's reactive qualities, but also the warmth, feel, and musical character of full-tube power amp, but with the durability and reliability of a MOSFET power amplifier.
- 150 Watt head with new "Valve-Dynamic" power
- 16-digital effects with independent level controls
- 2 channels w/3 modes
- Gain 1: Classic hi-gain
- Gain 2: 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
- Effects loop w/level controls
- Line out
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This was my 3rd RH150 and the amp is a piece of $#1T !! My first one caught on fire, when replaced the clean sounded like a fuzz channel, and the amp would cut out completely after level 5, then when i got the third one, it has a major fuzz when the distortion channel is on (even when not played) and it still cut out when past level 6!!! i really should have listened to all the reviews before i bought it , please dont make the mistake i did! i cant tell you how many times this thing has cut out on me in the middle of a gig, its really embarrasing. It cant even keep up with my lead guitarists 100w marshall.
We've all heard this a thousand times, but we'll hear it again; "you get exactly what you pay for"If you're on a low budget and you need an amp to get the job done, then this is what you get. From day one, this amp has never lived up to my expectations from Randall. The effects loop and the reverb channel have never worked and that's not what I would expect from a brand-new Randall. Overall, the sound is okay, but not impressive....very muddy. I've wanted a Randall for years and for what I could afford at the time, I'm very disappointed. Save your money for the better models or even something a little higher end. You go cheap, you get cheap.
this was purchased after dumping a line 6 hd-147.and i must say i like this better.i have always been a randall man.this is a beautiful piece of technology.it reminds me of my marshall mode IV,with all of its state of the art add-ons.when we play out i need alot of power,and this delivers....it is scary loud.everything is there...crunching low end,screaming highs for solos,and clean tones for the ballads.it is a monster.