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Randall T2 Series T2HL 100W Guitar Amp Head
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Designed with a simple straight-ahead front panel layout, the Randall T2 guitar amp head has a shorter signal path that produces an extremely powerfu...Read More
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This Randall amp head houses 2 channels, 100 watts, tube preamp, and "Valve-Dynamic" tube/Mosfet hybrid power.
Designed with a simple straight-ahead front panel layout, the Randall T2 guitar amp head has a shorter signal path that produces an extremely powerful, punishing tone. A true 3-mode amplifier, the T2 100W amplifier head provides an extremely wide range of tones to fit any playing style while seriously catering to those who hunger for gain.
- Preamp channels: 2 Channel/3 Mode All Tube
- Mode 1: Classic Tube Clean
- Mode 2: Classic Tube Overdrive
- Mode 3: Modern Tube Boost
- Tubes: three ECC83S
- EQ controls: Bass, Middle, Sweep, and Treble
- Master controls: Volume, Presence, Density
- Power amp: "Valve Dynamic" Tube/Mosfet; Single Tube: 12AT7
- MIDI in/thru
- Assignable series/parallel EFX loop
- Slave output with level
- "Mic Eliminator" XLR output
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Comments about Randall T2 Series T2HL 100W Guitar Amp Head:
I can't believe they are still offering this amp with this picture. If the picture is of the black-faced amp with the green "T2", watch out. That is the 400 watt version of this amp. The 100 watt version is actually the T2 HLE which has a silver face, chicken-head knobs, and is a full-on POS. Harsh you say? Well, I ordered one. They delivered it, and it was NOT the black-faced amp with the green T2. It was the silver-faced amp with a blue T2, it had no stand-by switched, it sounded like a tube amp stuck in a cardboard box, and after 20 minutes, the power diminished slowly to almost an inaudible range. After cycling the power switch, this amp did the same thing over and over. So I sent it back for a replacement. After 10 days, got a replacement - yet another silver-face T2 HLE with the chicken knobs and no stand-by switch. Turned it on, played it, and 20 minutes later, the power diminished to almost zero. Exact same thing. I will never, ever, buy another Randall product as long as I live. Bought a Jet City JCA100H head instead, and couldn't be happier! Fair warning, bros.