Randall Guitar Amplifiers


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Randall RG15XM Guitar Amp
Randall RG15XM Guitar Amp
$45.00
Randall RX120RH 120 watt Guitar Head Amp
Randall RX120RH 120 watt Guitar Head Amp
$145.00
Randall RG 100 Tube RGT 100 all tube amp 4 6L6  5 12AX7 US Made
Randall RG 100 Tube RGT 100 all tube amp 4 6L6 5 12AX7 US Made
$440.00
RANDALL RX15 GUITAR AMPLIFIER 12 W 120 V PRACTICE GUITAR AMP TESTED
RANDALL RX15 GUITAR AMPLIFIER 12 W 120 V PRACTICE GUITAR AMP TESTED
$80.00
Randall V2 400 Watt Amp
Randall V2 400 Watt Amp
$500.00
RANDALL LYNCH BOX Guitar AMP HEAD with Brand New TUBES
RANDALL LYNCH BOX Guitar AMP HEAD with Brand New TUBES
$549.00
VINTAGE RANDALL RG80 PH AMP AMPLIFIER HEAD GUITAR DECENT CONDITION WORKING
VINTAGE RANDALL RG80 PH AMP AMPLIFIER HEAD GUITAR DECENT CONDITION WORKING
$199.99
Randall Amplifiers George Lynch Headhunter Signature 50 Watt Guitar Tube Amp
Randall Amplifiers George Lynch Headhunter Signature 50 Watt Guitar Tube Amp
$1,999.00
Randall Diavlo RD100H 100W ALL Tube Guitar Amp Head Black
Randall Diavlo RD100H 100W ALL Tube Guitar Amp Head Black
$899.99
Randall EOD88 88W Tube Guitar Amp Head
Randall EOD88 88W Tube Guitar Amp Head
$999.99
Black Randall Electric Guitar Amp RG25RM Not Fully tested
Black Randall Electric Guitar Amp RG25RM Not Fully tested
$35.00
Randall Nuno Bettencourt Signature NB15 15W 1x65 Guitar Combo Amp Black
Randall Nuno Bettencourt Signature NB15 15W 1x65 Guitar Combo Amp Black
$119.99
Randall Nuno Bettencourt Signature NB15 15W 1x65 Guitar Combo Amp Black
Randall Nuno Bettencourt Signature NB15 15W 1x65 Guitar Combo Amp Black
$119.99
Randall Nuno Bettencourt Signature NB15 15W 1x65 Guitar Combo Amp Black
Randall Nuno Bettencourt Signature NB15 15W 1x65 Guitar Combo Amp Black
$119.99
RANDALL RM100P GUITAR TUBE AMP HEAD W 2 MODULES  HAR
RANDALL RM100P GUITAR TUBE AMP HEAD W 2 MODULES HAR
$777.00
RANDALL RVC 1x10 5W CLASS A TUBE COMBO AMP MB1014555
RANDALL RVC 1x10 5W CLASS A TUBE COMBO AMP MB1014555
$139.99
Randall V2 Amp Owned by Scott Ian Himself COA
Randall V2 Amp Owned by Scott Ian Himself COA
$600.00
NEW Randall WARHEAD Combo Dimebag Darrell Signature Amp
NEW Randall WARHEAD Combo Dimebag Darrell Signature Amp
$500.00
NEW Randall RG100SC G2 2x12 Stereo Guitar Combo Amp
NEW Randall RG100SC G2 2x12 Stereo Guitar Combo Amp
$250.00
Randall EOD88 88W Tube Guitar Amp Head LN
Randall EOD88 88W Tube Guitar Amp Head LN
$879.99

Guitar Amplifiers Buying Guide.

Buying a new or pre-owned guitar amp can be a difficult can be a challenge to decide on the right amp for you, your guitar and your musical style. Here is a basic guide to assist your amp choice. Sure you need to inform yourself about amplifier specs and features, but do not stress too much. The simple approach is pick your budget, review a few models and make the purchase. The state of current technology and manufacturing techniques means that most amps are of good build quality and will deliver acceptable performance.

What is the right budget

Many musicians will advise you to spend a similar amount of money on the amplifier as was spent on the guitar. Why? Well the amp is the channel through which your musical talent will broadcast to the audience. Bottom line is; don’t retard your instrument’s potential by pairing it up with a less than suitable amp. However that does not mean that less pricey amps are of low quality. Today, because of computer aided manufacturing, costs of amp units are dropping considerably without affecting the quality of the sound that produced. This is obviously good news for the newbie guitarist who wants a good amp unit.

Given the multitude of roles that amp units can fulfill, they have been optimized to be paired up with 4 different types of instruments: the electric guitar, acoustic guitar, electric bass guitar, electronic keyboard.

Electric Guitar Amplifiers: These are by far the most popular category of amplifiers. The popularity of the electric guitar explains why this trend.

Acoustic Guitar Amplifiers: The electronics of these amps capture and project the full range of the acoustic guitar's highs, mid-ranges and bass tones. Acoustic guitar amps always have their own speakers and they also generally allow a mic to be plugged in directly along with the line from the acoustic guitars pickups.

Bass Amps: These amps tend to not distort the sound; rather the focus of a bass amp is to reproduce the low sonorous sounds that bass guitars are so popularly known for.

Keyboard Amps: Basically these amps are designed to accurately reproduce keyboard sounds in a similar manner as a PA system.

Amp Unit types

Combo Amps: Contain both the speaker and the amplifier unit in one box. Most of the amps that you will see are of this variety. These are very good for carrying around, as long as they are not too large.

Amp Head: Is a single amp unit without any speakers. Amp heads require a cable connection to speakers. It is advised to use high voltage cables for connecting the amp head to the speakers. Avoid standard type instrument cables. This type of an amp is also great for connecting a large number of speakers.

How an amp functions

The primary function of an amplifier is to convert electrical signals into sound. To achieve this task, amps use two circuits or stages, namely: preamp and power amp. The preamp works on the signal it gets from the instrument and makes it good enough for the power amp and the other instruments within the amplifier such as the EQ and the effects loop etc. The power amp is responsible for boosting the signal from the pre amp and sending it to the speakers according to the wattage specs of the unit.

Vacuum Tube Amplifier

A vacuum tube is essentially the same as what you find in older style ratios.

Tube type amps produce a unique sound, appealing to those musicians seeking the warmer tones and special distortion effect tube amps deliver. Although tube amps are considered an older technology, being replaced with solid state technology, they remain popular for many musicians.

Solid State Amps

These amplifiers are a newer generation of circuits which attempt reproduce the authentic tonal sound quality of the vacuum tube.

Trying to decide whether to go in for a vacuum tube based amp or a solid state based amp is a very personal question. The difference between the two is something which only very well tuned ears can pick up, however purists tend to stick with the vacuum tube because of the organic and fluid distortion that comes out of it. Solid state amps are generally cheaper than their vacuum tube counterparts. So, for budding musicians, a sold state amp can be bought with a smaller starting budget.

Proper Channels

Most amps support multiple channels, which when independently setup, allow you to switch channels easily while playing. For most musicians, channel switching capabilities is an important feature. Channel switching is especially useful for the electric guitarist for the ability to effortlessly switch between the loud distortion effect and the clean rhythm tones. A footswitch, which is generally supplied with new amp purchases, manages channel switching.

Electrical Power

The power of an amplifier is measured in Watts. This is a measure of the capacity of the amp to power the speakers. Here are a few tips to guide your amp selection, relating to wattage:

a) The higher the wattage spec, the louder sound capability of the amplifier.

b) Vacuum tube amps reproduce a louder sound per Watt of power when compared to solid state type amps. For example, a 5 Watt vacuum tube amp will deliver a similar sound volume as a 40 Watt solid state amp unit.

c) If you are buying for a beginner then make sure that the amp unit has a headphone jack.

Amplifier Effects

Here is a summary of the more common effects inbuilt into amps:

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a) EQ: This generally comes in the form of 2 or 4 knobs with which you can control the range of frequencies in the sound. For instance, increase treble settings for a brighter sound, adjust the middle EQ to full and the treble and bass to zero to achieve a the natural sound of the guitar, add extra bass tones by increasing the bass frequency. As we are familiar with the slider type EQ controls on a home stereo system, then experiment with the EQ controls on an amp. Adjusting the treble higher produces brighter sounds, while adjusting the middle and bass produces rich deeper tones.

b) Effects Loop: An effects loop allows you to modify the signal between the preamp and the power amp using an external chord.

c) Digital Effects: Most modern amplifiers feature a range of digital effects that may include; flange, phase, reverb, echo, chorus, pitch shift and so on. Presets can be saved and assigned to channels in the more modern digital types of amps. And many amplifier models feature a selection of effects presets for easy selection.

Speakers

Speaker quality is important, of course. be mindful of your budget, but try to get the best speakers for your budget. As a general rule, speaker price generally determines projected sound quality. Heavier more expensive speakers manage sound projection better than cheaper lighter models. Better speakers will also allow for a better coloration of the amplifier’s signal producing richer and more superior sound.

Speaker types:

- 8” Speakers: smaller amplifiers.

- 10” Speakers: housed in practice amplifiers.

- 12” Speakers: basic performance amps.

- 15” Speakers: usually found in bass amps and housed in a separate cabinet.

Ending remarks

There really are gazillion things that you will need to consider if you sat down to decide what kind of an amp you should be purchasing. Some considerations include: the style of music you plan now, the number of instruments you plan to attach to the amp, are there other band members who want to plug into your amp, the size of performances and venue types.

Some helpful tips

- 40 Watt solid state amp driving a 10” speaker will hold up its own in most performances. However this may not do so well if the band has a drummer as well.

- For larger performance situations, a 60 Watt amp connected to a 12" speaker will deliver excellent performance.

- 30 Watt tube amp is loud enough for a full rock band in most conceivable scenarios.

This guide is a starter for you on the path to buying the right guitar amp that meets your musical style and performance needs.

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