#1
What's your opinions?
i'm saving for a cab and head combo, its on special for 1190 dollars (Aussie).
Is it worth it, i hear they have amazing metal tone, but they can sometimes come with faults.

tl;dr Are Randall Amps good quality?
#2
as with all amps you can buy a lemon, but randall are usually pretty good for QC.

randalls also make amazing SS amps for metal, i have not personally played the RG50TC tube combo, but i have heard that they are very good amps for the price.
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#3
Depends on what your looking at. The MTS series is amazing; if your looking at getting one of those, you won't be disappointed. I have the RM80 and it is the best amp i have ever played. The 1087 module (1086 mod'd by Pete Turley) is a beast....perfect for the heaviest and deepest of metal.

The Tube series should be pretty good too, but i would go with the MTS over anything else.

Have any questions, you can ask on the MTS forum.

http://mtsforum.grailtone.com/index.php

Good Luck.
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#5
MTS series for sure. I loves my RM100...one of the best most versatile amps I've ever played.
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#7
****ing love my Randall RM100 Great quality and tone, especially when you upgrade some tubes and mod the modules, It's addictive!
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#8
i would get a rm4 preamp and chose the 4 modules you like and then get a good tube power amp
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#9
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i would get a rm4 preamp and chose the 4 modules you like and then get a good tube power amp


This person speaks truth!

An RM4 matched with a VHT 2/90/2 is ungodly sounding...
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