Randall amplification has been known for creating some of the coolest and most innovative rock preamps in the market. It's really taken hold of the whole preamp module market and got a huge niche of cool and very usable preamp modules. These are good for sticking into Randall amplifier that takes modules and has its own power section. These preamps can be interchangeable when you can pull one of them out just as quickly completed. If you don't like the tone you can swap it out for something that you might like little bit better. This gives the user or guitar player a lot of flexibility of his guitar tones.
This little preamp as five EQ control knobs consisting of gain, level, bass, middle, and treble as well as a bright switch to take it up a notch if you needed for playing a thicker mahogany based guitars. Is it pretty easy and preamp dial-in a good time with and it doesn't take a genius really figure out a good solid voicing for this preamp. It only takes two screws to slide it into your Rm 100 or another power amp module head.
This is based off the Mesa boogie rectifier series high gain amplifiers. Some of the Randall MTS series modules don't sound exactly like the preamp they are emulating, but this one has a good recto feel in town. So if you're looking for a sick chunky and fuzzy type of distortion then this is good to be a good module that you would stick into one if you're Randall power amp or wavier Randall RM 100 power amp heads.
These modules come in just around $200 which is a pretty good price for such simple preamp you can swap in and out of your RM 100 amplifier. It's pretty inexpensive to challenge yourself on what you might like or dislike so you can really get your money back to you if you need to sell it
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Pucelle_Dabidjan's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Preamp tube with two 12AX7 to integrate into the amps and preamps in the series mts.
Controls: Gain, Bass, Middle, Treble, Level
Preamp imitating the correct ...
... ben my boy ...
... poutzés they told me! Very good copy.
Not clean, we go directly to crunch, we can assume that it is the position of highgain rectos was imitated. Up to half of the gain was a rock sound with treble that spit viciously and the hollow in the middle range typical of the front. Then, when you push further, the sharp falls in line and balanced, the sound becomes tighter and there is metal in the register (with a slight fuzz in the bass). Note that the preamp is clear, bright and articulate, even with the gain stops.
All notes that I could make are ridiculous because everything is a matter of taste. Some love it, others do not.