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Randall RX Series VMX30 30W 1x12 Guitar Combo Amp
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Huge sound in a smaller package is the best way to describe the VMX30 from Randall's RX Series. Their mission to deliver a more affordable amp that a...Read More
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Practice amp size with arena-ready tone!
Huge sound in a smaller package is the best way to describe the VMX30 from Randall's RX Series. Their mission to deliver a more affordable amp that achieves the tone of much larger combos and stacks has developed into quite a powerhouse. The 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 may change your definition of the modern practice amp.
- 30 watts
- Overdrive and boost mode
- 3-band EQ
- 3-band graphic EQ
- phone jack
- CD/tape input
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The VMX30 has a very simple 2 channel layout.The 3 band EQ comes in handy for shaping and customizing your tone.This amp seems to have pretty solid construction for being made in China; I guess it's about as good as it gets for the price range. The overdrive channel is were this little monster makes it's money. You can easily go from AC/DC to Lamb of God with the twist of a knob. With the boost switch on you can get plenty of crunch and sizzle without having to resort to distortion or tubescreamer pedals. The clean channel isn't all that bad either.I would recommend the Randall VMX30 to any Metal guitar player looking for small practice amp for their bedroom.
I had put some money away for an amp a while back and had finally decided that my old Peavey just didn't go loud enough for the garage. So I went out to my local store and saw this thing kinda thrown into the corner with a clearence tag on it. I picked it up and plugged a cheap guitar into it and started playing a little bit. I found myself steadily turning up the volume until the guy over at the counter asked if I needed anything. I told him to box it up for me and I walked out the door.I took it home and really cranked it up. It was amazingly loud for the size of it. The clean tone was a little trebly for me, but with the EQ and everything else I was able to get it under control. The overdrive didn't come over very strong at first, but once I cranked it up, it was great. Nice and growly. Then I found the gain boost. Blew me away.Overall the best amp I've encountered in a while. I won't be needing a new one for a while.