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Randall RX Series RX75G2 75W 1x12 Guitar Combo Amp
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This 75W Randall amplifier achieves the tone of a much larger combo or stack and has developed into quite a powerhouse. The RX75G2's RX tone circuits...Read More
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This 75W Randall amplifier achieves the tone of a much larger combo or stack and has developed into quite a powerhouse. The RX75G2's RX tone circuits are designed to achieve the modern Randall tone that delivers plenty of tight lows, as well as enough top-end sizzle to satisfy any metal monster. The result is an overwhelming sound that will redefine the modern practice amp.
- 1x12" speaker
- 75 watts
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I bought one of these amps for a practice amp,and thought hey its loud enough to play out with if needed to with my cabnet add on if needed as it has external add ons as well.To be honest I like the sound over the MG 100 Marshall Half stack I bought to gigi with........Ive never played a amp so good for the price..........thumbs up rock on Randall...........
I have been a Randall fan for as long as I have been playing guitar. I have generally had good luck with Randall amps, and came the closest to finding my sound with them. I've gotten rid of my Randall amps for various reasons over the years, but after playing Line 6 for about a year, and getting fed-up with the tinny sound of modeling amps, I decided to go back to good ol' solid-state Randalls. I must have a simple case of Rosy-Retrospection, because this amp is terrible for the razor-sharp, sensitive, and tight metal that I play. The overdrive channels are way too similar to do any good, and lack any kind of dimension. If you wanna play AC/DC or Zep, you're gonna be happy. However, if you want to play Royal Hunt, Iced Earth, Helloween, Evergrey, etc. you will be sorely disappointed. I'm getting myself an Electro-Harmonix Metal Muff to try and get some life out of this thing. As much as I am disappointed in myself for saying this, and the quality of amp gain now-a-days, I have to say that the best way to get razor-sharp sensitivity from your amp alone is to go with a modeler (primarily Line 6).