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Randall RG75G3 G3 Series Guitar Combo Amp   

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75 watts come courtesy of the Valve-Dynamic power section, which combines the warmth, feel, and character of power tubes with the durability of a MOS...Click To Read More About This Product

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Tube richness combined with the solid performance of a MOSFET power amp!

75 watts come courtesy of the Valve-Dynamic power section, which combines the warmth, feel, and character of power tubes with the durability of a MOSFET power amp. A 12" Celestion G12P-80 speaker provides crisp, cutting tone. The clean channel has a boost option, while the gain channel lets you choose between classic and modern voicings. Dual 3-band EQs, spring reverb, an effects loop with level controls, and a line out round out the features of this powerful, expressive combo amp. Includes 4-button footswitch.

FEATURES
  • 75W Valve-Dynamic power section with warmth, feel, and character of power tubes
  • 2 channels
  • 12" Celestion G12P-80 speaker
  • Clean channel boost option
  • Gain channel has classic and modern voicings
  • Dual 3-band EQs
  • Spring reverb
  • Effects loop with level controls
  • Line out

Randall tone with a new twist that makes it more versatile than ever! Call or click to order now.

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4.8

(based on 12 reviews)

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Worth a look

TO SUM THINGS UP THIS AMP IS OK.If your looking for spectacular tone that'll blow you away look elsewhere. No doubt with an expensive high gain pickup you will come impressively close. This amp...Read complete review

TO SUM THINGS UP THIS AMP IS OK.If your looking for spectacular tone that'll blow you away look elsewhere. No doubt with an expensive high gain pickup you will come impressively close. This amp in my opinion is serious value for money, a 75 watt this good is always gonna be worth a look. BUT I stress you MUST have a look round at different amps, these things are too expensive just to go ahead and buy off the net like I did. Check out modeling amps and other valvestates or even complete tube amps at a little more money.Quality I have to mark down as both myself and a friend who owns this amp had trouble with it fusing the lead to the mains. Which therefore leaves something to be desired in the electronics. Also for some users particularly if you own any low output pickups this thing has some huge bass hum, like feedback caliber hum when you palm mute, this can be reduced by putting the channel volume on 10 and master on low but never quite eradicated.Finally I will say I don't regret buying it really, get some good pickups you will have an enjoyable guitar sound, if you don't it will sound thin, weak and just bad distorted. However clean channel is ace (real good) reverb is weaker than a newborn kitten. Give it a go UP TO YOU, DONT LET SHINING INTERNET REVIEWS SWAY YOU AS THEY ARE BIASED TOWARDS THE EXTREMES.

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I was real excited to get this amp but I was a little disappointed when I began to use it. You just cant good metla off this amp, i tweaked it and tweaked it...Read complete review

I was real excited to get this amp but I was a little disappointed when I began to use it. You just cant good metla off this amp, i tweaked it and tweaked it but to no avail I just couldnt get a decent sound, the mutes are almost "dead" on it...even with contour all the way up. But this thing does have a rich sound but if you like metal this wont do you much...

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5.0

Metal/Hard Rock? You found your amp

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

This Amp is perfect for Metal/Hard Rock, the EQ's are balanced so you find your tone quick, let me start by saying I have an ESP w EMG's, a Tubescreamer, JD Crybaby and a XMS Mainsqueeze sustainer/compressor and the tones I get out of here Im very satisfied, if you're just a jammer that likes to play loud and to have fun then here it is. If you a recording musician look elsewhere, perhaps in the Tube amp section.

 
5.0

Randall Crunch

By WyldeOne24605

from Bluefield, Virginia

I've had this amp for about two weeks and I'm in love. For a combo, this thing rattles the windows and everything else in my room with the sweet lows and screaming harmonics. I believe that Randall has struck gold with this amps. Although tube dynamic, you can't get a better tube sound without paying the tube price. Definitely a solid performer and a keeper for my stables.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Randall Amplifiers are the Best

By Captain Willard

from Minnesota

This is my 2nd Randall. My old one was basically the same thing, only not with the valve technology, probably made about fifteen years ago. 1X12, 80 watts. I abused that thing hard and loud for hundreds of jams and shows. It did the job well.Then I got caught up in tube amps, believing the hype. A couple of Fenders and a Marshall later (not to mention about 2 grand), I'm back to Randall to stay. If you can't sound good through the RG75, you're probably playing the wrong instrument. It ain't the amp's fault.This thing sounds about the same as the one I had back in the day, except the clean channel is approximately 687 billion times better. There's no need for tone tweeking, just set everything at 5, leave the boost button off, and adjust the master volume to your setting. Perfect.The distortion 1 channel is great, versitle from classic rock to hardcore. the distortion 2 channel is, I dunno, too death-metal for my taste, but certainly useful for rippin' a face-melter every once in a while.My advice is to break from the growing herd of sheep who are much more caught up in the consumerism of tube amps. The technology is here, now. These amps are inexpensive, well built, great sounding, lightwieght, and they don't hiss, hum, crackle, or overheat.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Worth a look

By bringthenoize

from Uk

TO SUM THINGS UP THIS AMP IS OK.If your looking for spectacular tone that'll blow you away look elsewhere. No doubt with an expensive high gain pickup you will come impressively close. This amp in my opinion is serious value for money, a 75 watt this good is always gonna be worth a look. BUT I stress you MUST have a look round at different amps, these things are too expensive just to go ahead and buy off the net like I did. Check out modeling amps and other valvestates or even complete tube amps at a little more money.Quality I have to mark down as both myself and a friend who owns this amp had trouble with it fusing the lead to the mains. Which therefore leaves something to be desired in the electronics. Also for some users particularly if you own any low output pickups this thing has some huge bass hum, like feedback caliber hum when you palm mute, this can be reduced by putting the channel volume on 10 and master on low but never quite eradicated.Finally I will say I don't regret buying it really, get some good pickups you will have an enjoyable guitar sound, if you don't it will sound thin, weak and just bad distorted. However clean channel is ace (real good) reverb is weaker than a newborn kitten. Give it a go UP TO YOU, DONT LET SHINING INTERNET REVIEWS SWAY YOU AS THEY ARE BIASED TOWARDS THE EXTREMES.

 
5.0

The Perfect Randall!

By RandallMan21

from San antonio, TX

I just received this amp this week and I can't stop playing. For this price on a Randall is just perfect. The clean channel can sound like Stevie Ray to Jimi to anything clean. The overdrive channel gives out that Randall crunch. You can have Dime's sound out of this 12'' Celestion (that comes perfect with the price). You would think you needed a half stack to create that razor edge distortion when all you need is a 75watt amp that all you need to do is to put in the PA and you got yourself a Power Amp right there. The Quality of the amp is Great. The great thing about is that it really does sound like a Tube Amp. You get that bottom end sound that the tube has. Overall, this amp blows the competition away. Randall Rulez!

 
5.0

This is a bad little package

By esp/randall man

from Oklahoma

I have had this amp since last december, and its the only one I really want to play anymore. I have an esp ltd 250nt and the sound I get with that guitar and that amp, its so sweet. The clean is creamy and really deep, you barely have to put ant bass in the sound at all, its naturally has it, the overdrive, man, it is something else, I was searching for an amp that had my standards as far as having clean and distortion at an affordable price, and I have defintely found it. Even if I dont keep this amp, I will forever be a RANDALL player, and thats wassup right there.

 
5.0

A great alternative

By shreddernextdoor

from Michigan, USA

Ok so a buddy of mine has this amp, and it rips. The overdrive channel on it is pretty good, it has relatively high gain for just a standard overdrive on a solid state, I got a sweet metal sound out of it with the following settings: T6-M3-B7-C9-R2, with the gain 2 channel at 9. It gets REALLY loud, up to the point where my drummer tells me to turn it down because he can't hear himself :P Of course, its not comparable to a big tube amp, but most people can't really afford that price tag, so this is a great alternative if you want a strong sounding amp that doesn't empty your life savings. If you're really picky about your tone, then go buy some pedals. The clean channel is very clean, I ran a Death Metal into the amp, and, with a little EQ'ing it sounded really heavy. We've hauled it around all over and it still is standing up to the beating its subjected to. Great amp!

 
5.0

Great little amp

By twisted13

from b.c. canada

I've had it for about 3 weeks, great tone with that tube amp warmth, picked it up second hand from a dealer along with a Line 6 Pod effects unit, so far it's impressive.

 
5.0

Nice Tones!

By LOVETHEAMP

from Seattle, Wa

This is a LOUD amp. If you want some sounds to play with, than this is for you. I can tweak it and get some serious metal tones. I'm a huge Dimebag fan and I can get the "Dime tone" by overdriving with a pedal (Zakk Wylde MXR) and using an equalizer and the tone knobs on the amp. Do not believe what the other guy said about not being able to get metal tones, he obviuosly bought another amp, because it wasn't the Randall RG75. Mine screams highs, lows, bass, and I can get it scooped for cutting metal. It also plays warm clean and bluesy, but a little bass goes aong way, I have a Tubescreamer and it does great with single coils. I LOVE it.

 
5.0

Great Value Great amp

By Myhatbroke

from Whichita Falls, Tx

This amp is prefect for those who can't afford a tube amp. It has a great tone and it has the warmth of a tube amp. You can make really unique tones with this amp or the classic tones from your favorite bands. I am very happy with it.

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