Randall RG100SC

100W Combo (2 x 2")

Made by Randall

Description Solidstate 100 Watts, Stereo Chorus, Spring Reverb, 2 X 12 Celestion Seventy 80s 2-Channels, 3 Modes: Gain 1 - Classic Brit hi-gain Gain 2 - Modern Randall hi-gain Contour control Effects loop w/level controls 4/8 ohm external speaker outs
Posted By Fred K. Aron (32)
Directory Equipment: Amplifiers
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Overall Rating: 4.7 (of 5)
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On 2/10/2005, Luke Kondor (390) posted:
Overall Rating:
A great amp for heavy metal
Where Obtained: Local music shop (crazy train music)
Features:
Stereo chorus, foot switch comes with it, has an effects loop, 2 gain modes and clean channel, contour switch, just about everything u need really
Sound Quality:
Im using a jackson KVX10 through it playing Heavy Metal, it has a really unique sound in my opinion, it has a very chunky sound to it yet it can be a little bit muddy sometimes, so don't overdue the gain, its a little bit annoying that the clean and gain channels are at quite abit of difference in volume, the sound from this suits me amazingly, it adds a whole new beef to my sound
Ease of Use:
Its pretty easy i think to use, a little bit of experimentation and i found the sound that i really liked through it
Durability:
It seems like a beast, ive only played one gig with it so far and it held out pretty good but i got abit of feedback, so i might have to get a noise gate
On 6/10/2004, Fred K. Aron (32) posted:
Overall Rating:
This thing kicks serious butt... again...its a sub 500 dollar solid state amp... no its not a Fender Twin, or a Triple Rectifier...or a vibro king...its a 400 dollar very loud very clean amp...you may as well say your 59 bassman is better than my 7-100 pignose battery amp...duh...you mean 1000 bucks will get me a better amp, you mean a Porche will beat my mini van???
Model Year: 2003
Price: $400.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Chuck Levin's Washington Music Center
Features:
Features Solid State 50 + 50 Watts Stereo Chorus Spring Reverb 2 X 12" Celestion Seventy 80s 2-Channels 3 Modes: Gain 1 - Classic Brit hi-gain Gain 2 - Modern Randall hi-gain Clean channel w/Boost option Voicing switch Contour control Effects loop w/level controls 4/8 ohm external speaker outs 26w x 11.5d x 20h 64 lbs. KILLER POWER...very very loud, blows the fender 160 combo out of the water!!!!
Sound Quality:
The clean is to die for...shimmers...the reverb is nice, fender esc...very loud, the distortion is nice for me... 80's metal or surf and rockabilly, no prob... The chorus is a nice touch, but not as great as a pedal...
Ease of Use:
Very easy...the channels have very different volumes output...that would be my only complaint...personaly, I'd always use the Clean channel (the loudest and clearist by far) and a good pedal...
Durability:
Thickest cab I have personaly used...but who the heck puts a top handle on a 65lb amp...talk about stupid...