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Raven RG100H 100W Guitar Amp Head
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The Raven RG100H is a guitar amp head that delivers an impressive 100 Watts RMS as a half stack and features a wide variety of great tones. Also, the...Click To Read More About This Product
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A powerhouse head for the working player.
The Raven RG100H is a guitar amp head that delivers an impressive 100 Watts RMS as a half stack and features a wide variety of great tones. Also, the RG100H features "tonal recall" effect switching which automatically recalls your stored effect when you switch channels. The 16 Digital Effects are assignable quickly and easily to each of the 2 channels, providing just the right amount of ambience to your performance.
Additional features of the Raven RG100H amp include a parallel effect loop send and return for use with a pedal board or other effects. You can even use the effect send as a line out. The RG100 amp head is a perfect companion for the Raven RG412 speaker enclosure, as this half-stack delivers significantly more volume than other half-stacks at the same price, because the RG100 delivers full output power even when driving just one RG412 enclosure.
- 100W power
- 2 channels
- Independent 3-band EQs on each channel
- 16 DSP effects
- Tonal recall channel switching
- Parallel effect loop
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RG100H 100W Guitar Amp Head
- POWER: 100 Watts
- EQUALIZER: Dual 3-Band EQ
- CHANNELS: 2
- SPEAKER: N/A
- EFFECTS: 16 Digital Effects
- DIMENSIONS: 10.1" x 30.3" x 10.5"
- WEIGHT: 30 lbs.
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I played this head at the local Guitar Center and really enjoyed it. The best match for this head is the matching 4x12 cab. I just purchased the head and am running it through my 4x12 Hartke with Celestions. It sounds awesome and has some really cool features. I'm an effects nerd, so I enjoy playing with different effects/tones/sounds. This has a lot of different effects to choose from, though the only control is the Level of the effects. I also use many different stomp boxes, so that's not so much an issue for me. Both channels have great tone to them, but what cab you run it though does make a difference in tone.
i love this amp, great cleans!!! the lead channel distortion is kinda crappy but i fixed that with an eq pedal. over all a sweet deal!!!!!
First off, any head depends on the speaker cab. I played this head at GC through the matching 4 x 12 cab and it sounded great for what it is. It is not a Marshall or some high end tube thing. This head is great looking, solid state, and well built. At home, I played it thru a 1 x 12 Celestion cab which made it sound trebly. I than ran it through a 1 x 12 Guitar Warehouse speaker cab (similar to an Eminence) and it sounded better. I find turning down the treble helps a lot. My settings tend to be bass - almost full, mid - 1 o'clock, treble - 10 o'clock. Yes, the face plate doesn't have markers, but the o'clock settings work fine - the knobs are unreadable with the red line - I painted over the red line with white (what they should be) or you can swap out the knobs. The clean channel is clear and single coils will sound chimey. Plenty of power for me since I don't play out. The distortion sounds fine - gotta tweak it - with plenty of gain. The distortion has a modern metal quality (what Raven was aiming for, I guess). Not much warmth, but full crunch and tightness - yea, you Dime freaks - it's like the Randalls. The effects are handy to play with and sound OK. I usually just use a bit of reverb/hall. The tuner works fine - got to be patient with it as it tends to search a bit.This head might not be the best to play out with, but for jamming or recording, it'll do fine. I really like it (I own Marshalls, B-52, Crates, Rocktrons, Fenders, Madison, and Line 6) and it's a welcome part of the collection. As far as the rumor that maybe Crate makes these - it is similar to my Crate head in sound and design, but I like Crates anyway. Also, the head is BIG - made to sit in a 4 x 12 cab. And, any single or double footswitch will work with the head. Now, this company is discounting the price on these - I recommend getting one. Cool as can be!
I bought this amp cause I was in a pretty tight budget and it sounds good at the guitar store using a schecter c-7, and the volume was low, lets say 1. I thought it was going to be good enough for rehearsals while saving money for a Marshall or mesa, but when I cranked the volume this thing start making a air conditioner sound and the clean sounds became distorted as hell, I have a Boss N1 and a ROcktron hush and didnt really helped with the noise.I'm going to return it right away. This amp really sounds descent in low volume and the effects are good..again in low volume.
this is a good amp if you have the pedle.. and you just wana play but i started to giging the month and first show it was ureliable it was so squeky and distorted. i dont think anyone dropped the head cause we know it is fragile nd stuff but i just commpleatly freaked out and stoped.. i dont know what is wrong with it but it might just be the amp i goot or somthing..but this is nice sounding great bass tone. very trebley sounding. and it is a little shy on distortion but it is good for rock metal maybe..lighter metal but not like too to hard.. but i recamended that if you need an amp for you upcoming gig get some cash to get a better one or treat it right .. it is worth haven just not worth breaking..try not to cart it around..oh and it is a bit heayy.but the digatl delay with reverb is very slow reverb and nnot so countious i love it. Autowah is cool. flanger always sounds like there is a plane flying even when you not playing. o and it only has one speaker out put..i did not know that..but love the amp
this is a great amp if your not playing shows with it. the effects are good when they work, but it will make you mad when they dont. it is light weight and wider than most 4x12 cabs. it only has one speaker output. it was a mistake that i won't make again, but i demand alot out of amp heads
For the most part this is a pretty good amp for the price. Its got some nice tone and distortion and is pretty loud. I am currently in a metal band and this amp gets the job done but the things I don't like are that the effects are really weak and when you are on high volume w/distortion it sounds like you have some reverb on. But all and all its a good amp for an intermediate player but if you are going for a more professional sound get a better amp.
Now if you are gigging and your amp needs are higher than most peoples, probably won't like this one.I've been playing on this for almost 3 months now through a Crate GS412SS cab. If you are just a hobbyist and don't need to switch between effects while playing, this works wonderfully, if you are gigging, better invest in a pedal or multi effect processor. For just messing around at the house by myself or with others, the effects are great. I don't play any metal so the distortion channel works wonderfully for me. The clean channel is clear and sounds real good. You can actually play quiet through a 412 cab, or you can blast out the neighbors, I've never had the Volume cranked more than 1/4 turn, loud enough for me and where I play. I love it.
I run this head with a metal zone pedal and it sounds soooo good with the heads channel it only sounds good for rock but with the pedal I turned it into metal and the other great thing about this head is the 100 watts that it carries good enough for any show I played at CHAINE REACTION in LA and it did good really good :]