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  • DroksuDroksu

    A joke

    Randall RH 150 G3Published on 03/01/13 at 13:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hybrid everything has already been said on paper is fine.

    UTILIZATION

    Get a good sound?

    SOUNDS

    We will not go around the bush, this amp is a disaster. I hear it is good for the Thrash. Yes it is good for the Thrash in your cave. Forgive my words, but this amp is clearly disgusting: grain rough, loud when pushed, loaded with the low bass knob to 0, buttons presences will simply cut into medium when removed.

    Studio should be able to do something, but in rehearsal / concerts, unless another RH150 to go with it, do not reversible, or it will crash, or it will crush the ears of the first rank.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Avoid, unless large market for the price there are …
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    Hybrid everything has already been said on paper is fine.

    UTILIZATION

    Get a good sound?

    SOUNDS

    We will not go around the bush, this amp is a disaster. I hear it is good for the Thrash. Yes it is good for the Thrash in your cave. Forgive my words, but this amp is clearly disgusting: grain rough, loud when pushed, loaded with the low bass knob to 0, buttons presences will simply cut into medium when removed.

    Studio should be able to do something, but in rehearsal / concerts, unless another RH150 to go with it, do not reversible, or it will crash, or it will crush the ears of the first rank.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Avoid, unless large market for the price there are better.
    Better than the Valveking, but hey, given the ValveKing ...
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  • Anonymous

    Randall RH 150 G3Published on 08/12/07 at 04:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    150 watts hybrid input jack, an effects loop, two speaker outputs, a line out.
    2 channels each time with a boost.
    independent settings for both channels
    independent adjustment of two levels of saturation.
    big sound.

    UTILIZATION

    The setup is simple enough, soon enough we get the big sound research, even if the settings are very sensitive. We can get a lot of different sounds.
    The manual is actually a sheet will be very useful to wedge a table, light a grill or spread the mastic.

    The problem is that the two saturations do not have independent settings, which makes it impossible to move from one sound to another very different, making only the boost of the presence (but…
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    150 watts hybrid input jack, an effects loop, two speaker outputs, a line out.
    2 channels each time with a boost.
    independent settings for both channels
    independent adjustment of two levels of saturation.
    big sound.

    UTILIZATION

    The setup is simple enough, soon enough we get the big sound research, even if the settings are very sensitive. We can get a lot of different sounds.
    The manual is actually a sheet will be very useful to wedge a table, light a grill or spread the mastic.

    The problem is that the two saturations do not have independent settings, which makes it impossible to move from one sound to another very different, making only the boost of the presence (but what a presence!)
    Some settings are still a mystery to me (voicing, boost in clean, reverb useless), which is why I put 9.

    SOUNDS

    Coupled with a 4 * 12 RS Randall, the big sound is coming alone, and the big sound it's going to sound very fat sharp. the sound is surprisingly warm for the hybrid.
    to play metal, no problem, this amp will suit you, you can get with all.
    the clean sound is rather nice, even if the boost is irrelevant.

    the problem is that a lot of feedback (long live the noise-gate)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a week and I am delighted.
    I love the big sound that emerges especially his presence. we feel it's there!
    for 800 euros with the speakers, you will have a very good half-stack, so do not hesitate if you like metal and your budget is reduced.
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  • valoulepunkvaloulepunk

    The heavy and still heavy

    Randall RH 150 G3Published on 05/19/11 at 09:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A hybrid amplifier (lamps / transo) a 150W power, a spring reverb (very sensitive). two channels clean and overdrive note that has a clean boost and overdrive 2 gain levels. At the back of the beast there is a effects loop with adjustable volume and a line out (useful for small house rec!). In front there is a master volume
    For channel-clean:
    a 3-band EQUAL
    adjusting the reverb
    channel volume
    Boost button

    -For the overdrive channel:
    output level
    adjustment of reverb
    a contour control (most effective)
    a 3-band EQUAL
    two levels of gain (practical and very accurate)

    UTILIZATION

    Simple setup and very open, I play much of a good death great big little jazzy ball…
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    A hybrid amplifier (lamps / transo) a 150W power, a spring reverb (very sensitive). two channels clean and overdrive note that has a clean boost and overdrive 2 gain levels. At the back of the beast there is a effects loop with adjustable volume and a line out (useful for small house rec!). In front there is a master volume
    For channel-clean:
    a 3-band EQUAL
    adjusting the reverb
    channel volume
    Boost button

    -For the overdrive channel:
    output level
    adjustment of reverb
    a contour control (most effective)
    a 3-band EQUAL
    two levels of gain (practical and very accurate)

    UTILIZATION

    Simple setup and very open, I play much of a good death great big little jazzy ballad. I find the reverb a bit too sensitive (I have the impression of playing in a cave that I exceed the 2 or 3) but all tastes are in nature
    I plug either a baffle Berhinger 4 * 12 4 * 12 is a Hughes and Kettner (to my surprise I prefer the Behring) with a sound very fluid present in low distortion and clean as stated in the title to hang you moved his furniture.

    SOUNDS

    I personally used both in on that scene repeats or home to make rec. I plug in a house completely change Ibanez saber (mirco EMG 85/81 in addition) or a lag arkanne 1000 mainly because disto given in drop C. By pushing the gain was as loud as it gets really angry and the distortion of playing on the Equal one moves from his trash at his fat metallica Upstream Amart. I can not speak too clearly of his not having too much study.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Summarizes in a mere 15-day trial I can say I am really surprised for an amp so expensive can you really a good one. I have yet to be corrected and in some dual situation I more likely to choose the randall.
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  • hugodzillahugodzilla

    Randall RH 150 G3Published on 10/29/09 at 01:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hybrid-amplification, just said there was already above
    -150 Watts
    -Connectors: 1 guitar input, 2 output bafflesà the rear (4ohms and 8ohms) + FX Loop
    -Effect: reverb (not top, we hear barely)

    UTILIZATION

    -Configuration relatively simple
    -For sound, it depends on what you want to play: let me explain, I have several amp head, and also the combo RANDALL
    So, for the large trash that stains black metal is nikel see, for cons, it's much oriented rhythm because of the lack of dynamic solo kills in this case, connect a good distortion pedal, and there sends it seriously, the amp a Groos headroom, so I can remark: the BOOST mode possesses a clean at first glance if you use the…
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    Hybrid-amplification, just said there was already above
    -150 Watts
    -Connectors: 1 guitar input, 2 output bafflesà the rear (4ohms and 8ohms) + FX Loop
    -Effect: reverb (not top, we hear barely)

    UTILIZATION

    -Configuration relatively simple
    -For sound, it depends on what you want to play: let me explain, I have several amp head, and also the combo RANDALL
    So, for the large trash that stains black metal is nikel see, for cons, it's much oriented rhythm because of the lack of dynamic solo kills in this case, connect a good distortion pedal, and there sends it seriously, the amp a Groos headroom, so I can remark: the BOOST mode possesses a clean at first glance if you use the distortion of the amp that you use to nothing, cons, with a distortion pedal you step out of the mix completely for solo (on this one I put 10)
    Manual-existent

    SOUNDS

    - If I play heavy metal with solo group (where I add a blackstar dist pedal x or Rocktron Silver Dragon)
    -If I play thrash metal I use the amp's distortion
    It is full of low distortion (like a lot, the style played)
    -Not versatile, but is this a defect? ​​(When you think you think Randall metal)-to jazz and blues grandpa go your way.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have used it for a year, I love her look, I have 2 speakers and RANDALL RS412XC RA412XC, so installed in $ 3.
    I have other models: PEAVEY XXL BUGERA 333XL, RANDALL RG200G3 (same combo)
    Excellent price-quality ratio for metal styles and family
    I would do this choice with your eyes closed, it ensures distortion RANDALL
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