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Average Score:4.3( 4.3/5 based on 3 reviews )
 1 user review33 %
 2 reviews67 %
Value For Money : Excellent
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MGR/Rich/ShadowSpeaK01/17/2002

MGR/Rich/ShadowSpeaK's review"Randall RH100 Head"

Randall RH 100
I bought this head through Musiciansfriend.com
I payed $299.99 for the head. I purchased it because of the Sound/Price/and Warranty.

The Randall RH100 Head I got was a tough choice. I needed something solid that would deliver an immense ammount of gain that still sounded coherent. This amp is it. It will do anything from Pearl Jam-ish bluesy kinda stuff to the thickest hardcore right out of the box. I really like alot of bottom in my riffs, and this amp delivers that. Very solid sound and when picking single note riffs for instance Slayers South of Heaven or Dead Skin Mask, the RH100 keeps every note seperate and clear with a huge ammount of gain.
This amp has very little "amp noise". There are no hums or pops when powering on, and no noise when using the foot switch.
This is an excellent amp for both Studio and Live shows. I used to use a Digitech signal Processor to add a bit more meat to my sound, and since I bought this amp I haven't used the digitech at all. All in all you won't find a better sounding, or higher quality amp for the same price, in my opinion.

It's heavy. Kind of a bear to pick up and lug back and forth for studio sessions and gigs. Maybe I just need a Raodie.

The RH100 is solidly built. Heavy wood construction for the enclosure and Black Vinyl covering with a stylish Black metal diamond cut grill for the Randall logo to rest on. All the control nobs are black metal as well. Stylish, solid and just plain cool to look at.
Features:
1. 100W Designed to handle any 4 or 8 Ohm load.
2. 2 foot switchable Channels
3. 2 Different Foot Switchable Gains: Crunchy, ACDCish Pear Jamish gain (Classic), and a thicker Drowning pool/Disturbed (Modern) Gain
4. 3 band EQ on both channels and a Presence control for the second channel.
5. Built in Foot switchable Digital Reverb.
6. Effects loop with independant volume control.
7. Line out
8. Head Phone Jack
9. 45 lbs.


This is an excellent amp for both Studio and Live shows. I used to use a Digitech signal Processor to add a bit more meat to my sound, and since I bought this amp I haven't used the digitech at all. All in all you won't find a better sounding, or higher quality amp for the same price, in my opinion. For Quality vs. Price, I will have to give The Randall RH100 a 5 out of 5.
You can hear this amp on our website at www.shadowspeak.8m.com

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