#1
The guy who is selling it will we selling the head for $350 and it is in good condition. This amp retails at $1200 AUD and I could buy this thing new for about $800 AUD. I was just wondering if this would be a good purchase.
#3
Whats wrong the Bugera you have now? The Randall would be a downgrade tone-wise.
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#4
There is nothing wrong with the Bugera, I just wanted to find out if it was a good deal so that I don't foolishly waste money.
#5
Well its the head form of the RG50TC basically.
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#6
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Well its the head form of the RG50TC basically.


Which is supposedly gets an all around ****upyourface metal sound.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fUCn-r4EVRo

I mean seriously, we aren't messing around with this amp.
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#7
I've seen that video quite a few times - just confirms what I've always though about the Randall RG50TC, meh.

Sounds like a POD to me in that video :/
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#8
Quote by mike.h
Sounds like a POD to me in that video :/

I like the sound of the PODs


I say go for it, but do you really need it? What are you going to use it for?
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#9
I don't really need it, if I got it, it could be used as a backup, but otherwise I might not use it as much. I was just curious as to find out other peoples opinions on this before I made any rushed decisions.
#11
Ive owned the RH50T, and if im honest it didnt sound anything like the clips of the RG50TC floating around on youtube. It sounded more like a classic/hard rock amp rather than a metal amp, didnt have enough gain and even at 0 the mid-range was way to much. I ran a boost up front to get more gain out of it and a 10 band eq in the loop to drop some mids, this made it sound a lot better, but I still wasnt overly impressed by it, the tone didnt sound warm enough, and the gain sounded a lil bit tacky.

If I where you id go for the combo rather than the head, because as far as I can tell the 2 amps are completely different to one another. I have a clip on youtube of the amp in action, the sound is very bad because of the webcam mic, it makes the amp sound sterile, but you can sort of get the idea of the tone I was getting out of it. I was using both the boost and eq in the clip, check it out.
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#12
The Randall sounded like a swamp when I played it, yuk
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didnt have enough gain and even at 0 the mid-range was way to much.

Lies! You can never have enough mids!


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