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Randall RG75DG3 G3 Guitar Combo Amp
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The Randall RG75DG3 G3 Guitar Combo is a sweet combo amplifier with impressive Valve-Dynamic technology, combining the best of tube sound and solid s...Click To Read More About This Product
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The convenience of solid state, the sound of tube power.
The Randall RG75DG3 G3 Guitar Combo is a sweet combo amplifier with impressive Valve-Dynamic technology, combining the best of tube sound and solid state convenience. A 12" Celestion Seventy 80 speaker sounds killer with any one of the many settings you can choose. Includes an effects loop and a foot controller to maximize your control without taking your hands off the guitar.
- 75W combo with new "Valve-Dynamic" power
- 1 x 12" Celestion Seventy 80
- 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
- Effects loop w/level controls
- Line out
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This amp has a better clean tone than most fenders, more crunch than a marshall, and a more powerful bass than any bass (removes the need for a bass in a band situation!) Only reason I gave a 4.5 for features is because most of the effects are ridiculous, besides the tremolo and reverb. Delay is really long, can't adjust speed on effects, chorus is really intense and creepy sounding and the flange sounds like the chorus rest suck! Buy this amp but If you don't care about effects, get the reverb one. You're an idiot if you don't LOVE this amp!
I played this amp at my local music store, and I was blown away by the tone. The clean sound isn't quite as warm as a tube amp, but it isn't as sterile as a solid state. And the distortion is about as good as it gets. A little too harsh for some of the classic rock songs I play, but great nonetheless. Also, the onboard effects are pretty good. But they bleed through and you can hear the effects even when you have them switched off.But this whole series of amps is full of problems. First of all, even though you have two different gain controls on the drive channel and can switch between the two, you can't really use it as a 3 channel amp. The modern gain setting is much louder than the classic gain setting. And there really isn't a lot of difference in the sound between the modern and classic.But the worst thing is that after playing for about an hour, the amp just started cutting out. It would produce no sound for about 2 seconds, and then cut back in. I read that this is a recurring problem with this series on the Randall website forum. I returned the amp and got another, and it done the same thing. I tried the RG100, and it done the same thing, only when it was turned above 2.The concept is great, the amp has wonderful tone, it just has too many bugs.
OK, Ive been looking for a good combo amp for a little while now.... I tried a few other well known brands that I really liked, but when I played the Randall RG75DG3 I was completely blown away. I play A Les Paul loaded with EMG 81 and 85 pickups, and its the perfect sound combination...Great Metal tones, and the built in effects are top quality....I also love the two gain controls on the dirty channel....I don't use the clean channel alot, but it sounds great too....I reccomend anyone who plays metal to check out this amp. You won't be dissapointed!
Good quality, easy to lugg unit (under 20kg's). Great sustain on either channel. The built in reverb effects are very useable, however the others are best served with the appropriate effect pedal. They are however a bit of fun and easy access. The real beauty of the amp is the 2 Overdrive Channels. Channel 1 gives a great classic rock tone and can provide a great blues sound with the assistance of a little reverb from one of the 8 options. Channel 2 however crunches it up. No need for the metal pedals on this channel. With the benifit of a natural heavy basey amp, great metal tones flow. The unit has got enough volume to really shake the house.As for the clean channel its clear but not your crisp fender tube thats for sure. However add some of your favoured clean sounding effects and you've got some great sound. I use a multi efects unit which adds heaps of variety. Turn it up and it stays clean and clear. The footswitch is also definately a bonus. Overall a top quality amp.