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Randall RG 100 G3

Hybrid Combo Guitar Amp from Randall belonging to the RG100 series

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ya89ya89

Randall RG 100 G3Published on 09/01/09 at 11:17
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USE

Configuration is very simple, each channel these settings the manual I would say it is useless because the handling is simple.
It has quickly made cast a glance and plugged his guitar. sound easily so there's nothing complicated about this amp.

SOUNDS

It is perfect for my style of music and play, I play mostly metal to death metal sound old school and this amp is excellent in this register to the old!
I play it with my'm bc rich stealth Chuck Schuldiner (DiMarzio X2N) be my bc rich virgin platinum (Seymour Duncan SH-4). The sounds are very clear interressents, it sounds quite round with a lot of bass, we feel the preamp tube played compared to a...…
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see further notice ^^

USE

Configuration is very simple, each channel these settings the manual I would say it is useless because the handling is simple.
It has quickly made cast a glance and plugged his guitar. sound easily so there's nothing complicated about this amp.

SOUNDS

It is perfect for my style of music and play, I play mostly metal to death metal sound old school and this amp is excellent in this register to the old!
I play it with my'm bc rich stealth Chuck Schuldiner (DiMarzio X2N) be my bc rich virgin platinum (Seymour Duncan SH-4). The sounds are very clear interressents, it sounds quite round with a lot of bass, we feel the preamp tube played compared to a single transistor anyway.
But it has not all the quality of a lamp (colder). For the few clear sound that I use it more than enough anyway.
Saturation: the first channel still a good potato or too much, it's not bad for playing the heavy, it lacks crunch to attacked the hardrock or blues I finally found.
Playing on the mids, and contour it can get both an old-school or modern, for me this channel serves little to nothing. When the second I'll just say that it is good for my ears, a big power with much ideal for rhythmic dynamic bass. it is a saturated fat in the American So enough with little crunch, although with medium easy it is added to or removed in. ^^
I'm pretty rhythm guitarist, I play in a group of old school death metal, these sounds are perfect for use as I did.


NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for 1year I ssay in odre 100W, and the peavey marshall mg, what I like most is its unique saturation able to endure any rhythmic bass that I send and to come to a good sound modeled old as I like.
I bought it new in store for 450euros is much cheaper than in many store or website. (Its uses be a good ^^ client)
So an unbeatable value for money on this one and the same if I had paid full price, I do it again this choice because in its price range and power is unbeatable.
It is excellent for sonortité I seek.
So if you are looking for an amp to make the heavy metal heavy death well this amp suits, tried ^^
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Ju13090Ju13090

Big sound surgeon metalistique

Randall RG 100 G3Published on 04/11/13 at 13:53
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Bouzin double barrel mounted 100-watt Celestion seventy 80's in 12 "
- Circuit power MOSFET with lamp 12AT7
- Gain British lit red, green lit Randall gain
- Voicing
- Clean channel with boost button
- Contour Button
- 3-band EQ Double
- Fx Spring Reverb
- Effects loop with volume control
- Crank Supplied 4G3 (killing)

UTILIZATION

Classic combo, tamper with it, you get.
The pedal is excellent!

SOUNDS

I will update my impressions!

PRINTING HOT, I have this amp for a few days but have tested and owned quite a few combos, I can give an opinion quickly and honestly without overestimating the product under the pretext that I paid out of my pocket.

Metal amp at...…
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Bouzin double barrel mounted 100-watt Celestion seventy 80's in 12 "
- Circuit power MOSFET with lamp 12AT7
- Gain British lit red, green lit Randall gain
- Voicing
- Clean channel with boost button
- Contour Button
- 3-band EQ Double
- Fx Spring Reverb
- Effects loop with volume control
- Crank Supplied 4G3 (killing)

UTILIZATION

Classic combo, tamper with it, you get.
The pedal is excellent!

SOUNDS

I will update my impressions!

PRINTING HOT, I have this amp for a few days but have tested and owned quite a few combos, I can give an opinion quickly and honestly without overestimating the product under the pretext that I paid out of my pocket.

Metal amp at 100%

There are two types of gains, the first lit in red is gain "British", that lit the green "Randall."

The gain is surgical either for gain red or green, the sound is powerful, very distinctive and ultra clean.
Being accustomed to Marshall amps, c is destabilizing in the first few uses.

The bass is very present mids also, I have found my stuff against by less punchy when we pass on the full string. That said, it increases the overall volume of the amp starts to give severe concern over punch rope full. Harmonics are typed blockbuster U.S. death metal. Notes are always well detailed even playing very quickly.

I think it said and I repeat it because I'm a fan of Marshall and distos fat, the Randall don 'no more by following this coast "ultra clean".

The sound may appear dry by its cleanliness, I noticed that it was more appropriate to grant low or at least play with ropes "soft" to take full advantage of its potential, its actually would have been very muddy drooling on a marshall on Randall becomes exceptional.
In my opinion it is as perfect amp transistor for low tuning. With ropes taut, I find the sound too dry in comparison with other amps.

Gain 1 sends more than 2, more medium, power, in short, a more aggressive gain and "dirty".

2 gain but hard as a filter that removes the side "dirty" gain 1, it gets really ultra clean, I like least. To see pushing the volume because the gain is less strong two equal volumes.

The knobs are very sensitive and effective.

The contour knob is great, it allows a wide spectrum of sound, a sound palette as wide as a metal working area and more especially with sound quality (j'm precised "in much worked").

The mids are very effective!
Low galore.

The voicing is a filter that I have not fiddled too, I have especially noted that it deadened the sound so general, remains to be tested at high volume.

The reverb is nice, but not invasive damage so I like reverb cathedral.

Clear sounds are good, but I returned well Notes have not floored 3h on this channel, especially with a seymour SH8 trestle.

OVERALL OPINION

For metal c is a killer, obviously evil tongues speak of mesa boogie or soldano other than ordinary mortals can afford.
C is very different from a Marshall, c is very clean, destabilizing, but this amp is as unique to him, as his marshall.

Tests with a bc rich draco which is no longer sold today with SH8 trestle.
Granted with standard A # 10-50 (and no it is not spaggethi)

It pulls her grandmother!
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Kirk_espKirk_esp

Randall RG 100 G3Published on 02/15/07 at 07:47
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100 Watt Technology "ValveDynamic" lamp 12AT7 in pramp t Mosfet transistor for the power.
2 x 12 Celestion Seventy 80s
2 channels 3 modes
Gain 1: Classic hi-gain
Gain 2: Modern hi-gain
Clean boost with
Master volume
Indpendante EQ for each channel
CONTRL Voicing and Contour of the OD channel
Spring Reverb with rglage indpendant on each channel
Effects loop with level CONTRL
Line out
Footswitch included
Approximately 30kg (yes it's heavy: D)

UTILIZATION

Trs intuitive handling, manual unnecessary. The EQ is quite ffective CONTRL especially the contour of the canal OD. The boost allows the clean channel really boost the signal (one senses the lamp).
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100 Watt Technology "ValveDynamic" lamp 12AT7 in pramp t Mosfet transistor for the power.
2 x 12 Celestion Seventy 80s
2 channels 3 modes
Gain 1: Classic hi-gain
Gain 2: Modern hi-gain
Clean boost with
Master volume
Indpendante EQ for each channel
CONTRL Voicing and Contour of the OD channel
Spring Reverb with rglage indpendant on each channel
Effects loop with level CONTRL
Line out
Footswitch included
Approximately 30kg (yes it's heavy: D)

UTILIZATION

Trs intuitive handling, manual unnecessary. The EQ is quite ffective CONTRL especially the contour of the canal OD. The boost allows the clean channel really boost the signal (one senses the lamp).
Operation is super simple, it is the appropriate mix of mediums and contour and motion.
With the EQ noon dj sound is not bad.
I put 8 because he must matriser mix medium / contour.

SOUNDS

This amp matches my expectations. I play mostly metal but in the broadest sense: Black Sabbath Sepultura through Metallica, Pantera, Maiden ... Sometimes I also play softer stuff: AC / DC, Led Zep ', Rolling Stones ... the amp cash without problem.
I use a Cort X6 rises in TB-6, it sends STRID! Noise level is trs trs versatile. In clean, its strength is plutt sounds warm and round (in the neck pickup is a rgal). The crystalline sound is not bad either in split but could do better. If one pushes the pramp with the TB-6 get a crunch too pronounced perfect for 70's rock. The sound is round and Dfine. The lamp is Submitted! The clean, the reverb is trs class does not allow too many follies but still a true analog reverb alive.
Distortion is in the foot. We start with a lil bluesy overdrive saturation ENOOORME! We feel the bass (2x12 "closed compels) is ecstasy for large palm-mute. Thanks to a contour moving from its almost a fuzzy distortion and rich dark bottom mdiums.
The gain I use only two solo: it is too powerful for me. OD2 as it should be his job, it is apparent although a good mix of EQ for that channel would not have tons of refuse.
I do not use the voicing switch I think it makes the distortion too dull.
The reverb is working on the OD channel, it provides a little grazing the sound is nice.
I put 9 because the sound is excellent but one of the best CONTRL OD2 t have fun.

OVERALL OPINION

I have been using PRS 5 months, and it gives me satisfaction Entire.
I use both in rpt in my room. Besides, it sounds good low volume a bit of compression.
Before I acqurir ssay the Ibanez TB100r (too synthetic), the Marshall Mg100dfx (too dry clean, cheap effects and disto blah ...), the Peavey ValveKing 212 (horrible! Amp lamp that I deprecated; transo less certain), the Randall RG75 G3 (missing "prsence sound" of the 2x12 ").
I think it is among one of the best in the report qualitprix.
For 520 I would do without this choice hsiter.
Quality manufacturing suprieure many competitors and the sound is in there!
DARK!
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Randall
  • Model: RG 100 G3
  • Series: RG100
  • Category: Hybrid Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 06/09/2006

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Other names: rg 100 g3, rg100g3, rg 100 g 3, rg100 g3, rg 100g3

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