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Randall Valve Dynamic G3 Series RG200G3 200W 2x12 Guitar Combo Amp

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Continuing the evolution of hybrid guitar tone, the RH200G3 combo amp is powered by the Valve-Dynamic™ power circuit, providing professional level pe...Click To Read More About This Product

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Professional performance at a practical price.

Continuing the evolution of hybrid guitar tone, the RH200G3 combo amp is powered by the Valve-Dynamic™ power circuit, providing professional level performance at a practical price. Equipped with a tube driven MOSFET power amp, tone purists will find the G3 tone surprisingly percussive, lush, and full. Traditional hard core metal fans will be deep in tight, punishing low end and razor sharp mids and highs. With 200 watts, the RH200G3 guitar amp has plenty of power for clubs. Great looks and power enough to drive multiple stacked enclosures. Spring reverb included.

The Power of Valve-Dynamic™.
Breaking the tone barrier between Tube and FET has been a challenge to most amp designers for a long time. But during the recent development of the V2 and T2, Randall made several ground breaking discoveries that allowed them to narrow in as to why tube power reacts and feels so much differently than a traditional solid state power amplifier. Those discoveries resulted in the revolutionary "Valve-Dynamic™" power section.

Incorporating a single 12AT7 tube to drive a large MOSFET output circuit, this highly advanced power circuit has a natural compression that clips extremely soft at higher volumes reacting very much like a traditional power tube. The key or secret to this new circuit however, was capturing or emulating the true frequency response curve of a standard power tube that has very unique characteristics to that of solid state power amp. The Valve-Dynamic circuit not only captures a tube's reactive qualities, but also the warmth, feel, and musical character of a full tube power amp, but with the durability of a 400 watt MOSFET power amplifier.

If you're shopping for power with serious performance do yourself a favor and hear the dynamic tone you've been missing. Order now.

  • RH200G3
  • 200 Watt head with new "Valve-Dynamic" power
  • 2 channels with 3 modes
  • Gain 1: Classic high-gain
  • Gain 2: Modern high-gain
  • Voicing and Contour controls.
  • Clean channel w/boost option
  • Dual 3-band EQ's,
  • 12AT7 tube driven MOSFET power circuit
  • Spring reverb
  • Effects loop with level controls
  • Line out
  • RF4G3 footcontroller included

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Great Metal Amp!!

By osu122975-t6V77

from OHIO

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I just got this amp yesterday and I'm am really amazed at how good the sound is. Clean - Nice tube sound, good low end and crystal highs. Gain 1- Nice for old rock.Gain 2 - This is my channel. Awesome metal distortion with tight low end and tons of bass, perfect for metal.It has a tube preamp with a SS power unit. As far as metal amps go, that is the ultimate configuration. I'm not an effects guy and that is why I didn't buy the DG3 with all the effects but this does have an effects loop, add a cab, and a nice four button footswitch. If you are like me and want a straight forward kick you in the butt metal amp, this is it!!

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best in its price range

By ESPfan275

from Winnipeg, MB, Canada

First off, this thing is LOUD. I could not believe how good it sounded for the price. The distortion is awsome. I use Gain 1 cuz its a bit tighter sounding and I use gain 2 as a volume boost for solos. I've cranked the volume up to 8 and there was no break up or muddiness what so ever. Just when in thought it was loud enough I plugged my friends Marshall 1960 cab into the 300 watt @ 4ohm outlet and it felt like the house was going to crash down on us. Buy it you wont regret it!!!!!!!!

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