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Randall RG200G2 Guitar Combo
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The Randall RG200G2 Guitar Combo will give you the heaviest sound in its price range. The hi-gain head is loaded with 200W. It also has a full array ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Gig-ready and packing enough juice to bring the house down.
The Randall RG200G2 Guitar Combo will give you the heaviest sound in its price range. The hi-gain head is loaded with 200W. It also has a full array of gig-amp necessities. Two footswitchable channels: a clean channel with boost option and an overdrive channel with two gain stages. Connections include speaker outs for 4 and 8 ohms, line out, and a series effects loop with level controls. Sound controls include master volume, contour, and voicing option. Includes 4-button footswitch.
- 2 channels (footswitchable)
- Overdrive channel has 2 gain stages
- Clean channel has boost option
- 2 - 12" Celestion G12T-100 speakers
- Speaker outs for 4 and 8 ohms
- Line out
- Series effects loop (with levels)
- Master volume
- 3-band EQ on each channel
- Contour control
- Voicing option
- Includes 4-button footswitch
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Reviewed by 40 customers
Sick amp, sweet lows, ear shattering highs... @$%^ this thing can crank it out!
Pretty good amp, burns out once in a while. a couple hours of practice and this baby can really heat up. but for the price of it, really worth it. 200 watt power makes it value, just get a cooling system for the burn outs and its a perfect amp. Highly suggest this if your a artist on a budget, gives good sound for shows.
I use this amp like a cab and it has some really nice kick. I like the tone of the drivers, but the processing itself tends to make my tone a bit too heavy. The gain 2 stage gives me some decent tone, but both drive channels may sound a bit electronic. I suggest your own drive pedal over the drive on this amp - I just route it through my princeton combo amp because I'm too cheap and too far from a guitar store to find and buy an actual pedal, but it sounds great. One other thing - it weighs a lot.
I own this amp and it's awesome. i haven't found any problems with it. The distortion is great.
The randall RG200G2 is all they claim it to be. A real powerhouse performer. It even runs my half stack at full volume with no problem. It sounds good soft or cranked, my only beef is that mine didn't come with the RANDALL name plate on the front like the picture shows. Rock on.
Whether your have the volume at 1 or at 10 this amp is great! If yer a Pantera fanatic then this is the amp for you because the 2nd gain setting is it! About the only beef I have with this amp is peeling the sticker off the front it left glue on the mesh and its a pain to get it all off!
Overall this is a very good amp. The overdrive channels have a very nice sound and so does the clean channel. The boost option on the clean is pretty pointless I think and doesnt really do anything but make it a little louder. Also the overdrive channels sound pretty similar but they are pretty custimizable. The amp is definetly very loud. The included pedal is also pretty good and is well made. Overall this is a very good amp and im glad I purchased it.
This is a great amp. Plenty of volume and good effects. I'd have to say that there isn't much difference between the brit-gain distortion and the high gain distortion settings. The high gain might be a little louder but the sound is exactly same. Otherwise a fantastic amp.
To make this simple. This Amp is a really good one. But the downside is that it heats up since there's no cooling system. But it's a really money saver for a starting musician in a band.My advice is just get this amp and add a cooling system. This amp is a deal like no other, its power and value, it's like no other.
I've been playing guitar for four years now. Despite my need for a new guitar ive gone through amps. My last purchase was a Rogue 100 watt amp...and what a mistake that was. I just got this three days ago...I'm still in awe. the clean channel...i couldn't have asked for more...and the distortion, its definitely for anything heavy i would say, and it sounds like it came from a higher end pedal. Best amp I've played out of yet. Hear what it sounds like with my band soon at www.missingsincenovember.tk
I have owned this amp for a year now and this amp is awesome. I usually play heavy metal and blues. I play a Dime 332 with a Bill Lawerence L500XL at the bridge and it sounds great. The only problem I have with this amp is the crazy amount of high frequency feedback on the second gain stage. Otherwise its a very good LOUD amp.
I bought this amp expecting to get a really good amp, and what I got was the best amp I've ever played on. I have used a few half/full stcks before and this combo bliws them all out of the water. I mainly bought this amp for a really good practice amp but I've wound up using it for shows and recording as well. This combo will stnd up to just about any half/full stack out there and you will be very impressed with its power, volume, and sound. One of my next purchases will be the half stack version of this. But take my word for it this amp is the best value for one of the best amps out there.
This amp is pure evil in a 26" box, very loud. I had a Fender Ultimate chorus 100 watt 2x12, and most of the time I couldn't hear myself. I play lead so that can be a difficult problem. Then I got the Randall, the first week the rest of my band asked if I could turn it down... I was drowning out the drums. Sorry guys. Very solid build, the distotion channels are nice, a wider variety of sounds than my Fender. Lots of low end, I use a digitech Gnx2 and had to go through my presets and take all the bass out because it produces enough on its own. And I can run another cabinet, sweet! For the price unbeatable for metal. want it loud? want it low? you want the Randall.
What an amp, this is my uprgrade from a 20 watt hartke bass amp. Obviously there is no comparison, but i've practiced through some marshall, crate, and carvin amps and they don't hold a candle to this randall. It has awesome tone and the distortion is excellent, it took be a while to dial it in but now i can get any style of distortion i like. Well worth the money, i'd recommend this to anybody!
I bought this amp as my first gigger. man what a great amp but it still needs a little more push on the metal end. sweetes smooth clean channel with the ability to be clight solo on the clean end. on the dirty channels its great too if you like playing pantera with some low output guitars. 2 meatl channels only thing is theyre just 2 gain stages the only reason im not giving it a besto overall is because then who would wanna read this the onoly complaint i have is that the metal isnt as dark as id want it but then again ive been playying for a while and kinda got addicted to the boss metal master thatll sweeten things up my opverall reccomendations for this are the boss metal master noise suppressor and compression sustainer and youll have a stuio metal setup as versatile as a rack setup
I use it and a Jackson DXMG w/ EMG-HZ pickups and this amp brings the house down! I play in drop C and the amp has awesome bottom end and great sounding distortion. Gets a little noisy at higher volumes and this amp definitely has higher volumes! Great amp w/ a price that makes it worth every penny. Go get this amp now!!!!
First i would like to say; this amp rocks. I just got it yesterday so i haven't messed around with it to know it completely, but it has awesome distortion and the clean is good too. My last amp the clean was so low but not this baby. This box can crank. I turned it up 1/4 and it was LOUD! The footswitch is nice; has lights on it so it tells you it you have it on or not and its wasy to use. This amp is pretty much basic when it comes to using it but it's not basic when it comes to sound. Mine has a fan on the back so i don't know if that is the cooling system that some claimed that it didn't have. The only thing i didn't like was when I peeled the sticker off the amp it left a glue mark on there the shape of the sticker but that's something i can deal with. All in all, awesome amp!
I got this delivered just the other day and I must say that the reviews from you others helped me make a fantastic decision and I thank you all for your comments. I picked this up to twink around on with my Deluxe Players Strat I purchased last year and I must say that this is soo much more than a practice amp. The options and sound quality are first rate. My brother, who is the real "guitar" player in the family sat down and started playing thru it and gave me a HUGE complement about picking this amp up saying it seems like a dream come true. With the 200 watts of power at your disposal there is plenty of power for mst any setting and the versatility of this amp is GREAT for all music styles. My son is 10 now and starting to play music as well and all the kids in the neighborhood are beginning to gravitate to the house to jam as well. I can tell this amp is going to provide a number of years of great music for us all.
Simply put... Randall Rocks! I own this Amp and the RH200SC and use it on a Behringer BG414S Cab. and they just sound AWESOME... The ONLY reason I gave it a 9 was that as others stated, the Chorus is pretty light on these. Get a BOSS - Chorus pedal and GET IT DONE!I just LOVE these amps! Great bang for the buck!
I played this amp at a local music store after asking the sales guy what the biggest/loudest amp was. He pointed me this way, and I was not entirely impressed. I plugged in, had it cranked down because we were in a mall, and loved the tone and distortion. He invited me to turn it to 10 for a while, and, though it sounded wonderful at the volume, it wasnt any louder than a 30 watt marshall. If your playing for practice or alone, its fine but dont try to hear it over a drumset.