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Solid-State Guitar Amp Head from Randall belonging to the RX series.

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  • Not that great but decent

    Randall RX120RH Published on 08/18/11 at 14:31
    Randall RX series is a budget friendly amplifier series from Randall amplification. This is a simple two channel amplifier that has a clean channel and a overdrive lead channel. You also get a spring reverb with level controls as well as a content control will allow to mix in and out the midrange frequencies that you prefer get into your specific guitar and speaker needs. This is a cool little amplifier for someone he needs to budget amplifier and doesn't want spend a lot of money.


    UTILIZATION

    Features

    RX120RH includes 120 watts
    2-channels
    Overdrive channel with Voicing and Contour control
    Clean channel
    Spring Reverb with level control
    2-button footswitch......
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    Randall RX series is a budget friendly amplifier series from Randall amplification. This is a simple two channel amplifier that has a clean channel and a overdrive lead channel. You also get a spring reverb with level controls as well as a content control will allow to mix in and out the midrange frequencies that you prefer get into your specific guitar and speaker needs. This is a cool little amplifier for someone he needs to budget amplifier and doesn't want spend a lot of money.


    UTILIZATION

    Features

    RX120RH includes 120 watts
    2-channels
    Overdrive channel with Voicing and Contour control
    Clean channel
    Spring Reverb with level control
    2-button footswitch included

    SOUNDS

    The tone of this amplifier isn't that bad and gets a good solid-state tone for what it is. Whether you play with a hot rodded type guitar with humbucker pickups or a single coil this guitar amplifier is a decent amplifier that's two channel for the budgeting musician in mind. You get a good distortion channel is very Randall ask the nature and the clean channel is a sparkly Chinese clean channel. Doesn't matter really what guitar you use with this amplifier you will sound just about exactly what you expect.

    OVERALL OPINION

    At new you can find these guitar amplifiers for rider and the price of $299 which is not a bad price for what you get with this amp. I would recommend this to someone he's looking for a budgeted amplifier and doesn't want to spend a lot of money to get it. And at this price it's a pretty good deal. The extra controls that you wouldn't see on many amplifiers such as the contour control helps you to dial in that perfect midrange and suites by geared towards your specific guitar needs.

    So overall this is not a bad priced amplifier for you get even know it is solid-state you don't get that tube valve and punch. I would miss that if I was used to tube amplifier but if you're not easy to amplifier in this would be a good addition to your guitar rig.
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