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Randall RG75/G2 75W 1x12 Guitar Combo
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75W hi-gain 1x12 combo with 2 channels, 3 modes, plus pro level controls and connectivity. Clean channel features a footswitchable boost. Distortion ...Click To Read More About This Product
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75W hi-gain 1x12 combo with 2 channels, 3 modes, plus pro level controls and connectivity. Clean channel features a footswitchable boost. Distortion channel has Brit and Modern modes, contour control, and shape switch. Both channels have independent 3-band EQs and reverb control. 12" Celestion Seventy 80 speaker. Spring reverb. Effects loop with in and out level controls. 4/8-ohm external speaker outs.
- 75 Watts
- Spring Reverb
- 1x12" Celestion Seventy 80
- 2-Channels (distortion and clean)
- 2 gain modes on distortion channel: Gain 1 - Classic Brit hi-gain; Gain 2 - Modern Randall hi-gain
- Clean channel with boost
- Voicing switch (on distortion channel)
- Contour control (on distortion channel)
- Effects loop with level controls
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RG75/G2 75W 1x12 Guitar Combo
- 25"W x 18-1/2"H x 11-1/2"D
Reviewed by 12 customers
By far and away this amp has what it takes to make pratice or rehersals a blast. The tone section you can get out of this amp is first class, although the clean is lacking some shimmer on the high end.Oddly enough with the RG75 you can get fairly descent classic sounds out of it, but nothing like a Marshall would give you. Getting down to it the overdrive is first class and selecting OD2 will give you and instant B.M. if you are not carefull.The amp is solid and well maid. Although when reviewing the amp I used it had short in the input jack. This amp is underpriced and over powered. Perfect for the metalhead in your home!
this amp rocks, i play in a death metal band and i had to compare to a crate 120w half stack and this lil rig just blew it away at only 75 watts, this is definitley the most bang for your buck!!!!!!!
I got my amp, it was packed really well, the added footswitch was a real treat! But what's NOT pictured is this: There is a Celestion speaker in this amp right? Well, someone got the brilliant idea to GLUE a sticker onto the front grill cloth!!! I figured, ok, I'll just peel it off and it'll be fine. WRONG. The glue is NOT removable. My amp has a crappy looking glue patch in the upper left corner, still sticky to the touch, and not possible to scrape or rub off. WHAT were these people thinking? I guess we're supposed to leave paper ads stuck to our amps now?... That said, I like the amp. It's a glue thing with me, I guess. Don't really like the ugly yellow-brown glue glob on my grill cloth.
I just love this amp, mine is about 5 years old... but not as is...the distortions to me are a little harsh sounding and you get the loud hiss at high volumes, but I run a toneworks 104 ds in front of the clean channel, and it sounds killer. I have gone thru 2 tube amps,(not top dollar, but my last had great reviews beating some top dollar amps), and I just keep going back to this. I would have liked to have individual reverb for both channels, but since I only use the clean, with & w/o distortion, it's not that big of deal. Even the clean channel by itself is more than acceptable.
I've owned this amp for over 2 years now, and it is fantastic. It can get some really good volume to it, and I love the flexibility you get with it. You can adjust just about everything including each individual gain level. My only problem is with the clean volume level, there's one spot where a half a centimeter of a turn makes a LOUD difference. If you want to play a mid-volume set with clean tone, you'll have to adjust the knob for a while to get it right in between the loud spot and the quiet spot. Despite that minor annoyance, it's still a fantastic amp, and I would recommend it to anybody.
I just got my Randall RG75 and it is crazy, just playing clean is out of site with such a full sound. This is deffinately one of the best amps around if you want something not too big but with a gigantic sound
This amp is amazing the gain is so flexable and with two gain channels you can go from metal to jazz with the touch of the footswitch some of you may have read the other reveiw saying the glue didn't come off the grill cloth well mine did just fine the only that is bad about this amp is it has a far bit of hum but i looped my noise surpresser into the effects loop and it's fine another thing is before i got this amp i HATED reverb (i have played through many amps with many diferent reverbs) but i use reverb almost all the time now with this amp amazing reverb buy this amp now
I recently bought this amp about a month ago. I have been playing guitar for about a year and now it is a big part of my life. When i purchesed this amp i was looking for an all around great amp for rock/ metal and thats what i got. This amp has killer distortions while having a nice crisp clean tone. You can go from playing slipknot and slayer with gain 1 to ac/dc in gain 2. This is a flawless amp that you wont be disappointed if you buy. Bring out the beast in you and buy this great randall.
this amp is pretty damn loud, the footswitch works great and switches modes smoothly. distortion sounds great what more could you ask for man.
This Randall is a pretty good amp! You can adjust the tone from super-clear clean channels to ripping, super-high gain to bluesy, moderate gain. Overall great tone. I love the footswitch it it great to switch into and out from the two gain channels, clean channel, clean boost, and effects loop. This is a great intermediate or practice amp.