#1
Hi guys! Okay so I'm thinking if getting my first amp soon. Just a Randall RX120RH. However just out of curiosity, can that head handle two RX412s for a full stack or is it only made for a half stack? The internet cannot give me a straight answer. All I need is a yes or no. Thanks!
#2
Sure, it has two cabinet outputs. Just make sure the cabs are rated for 8 or 16 ohms (they should be matching - so (2) 8 ohms or (2) 16 ohms). Doesn't look like it plays nice with (2) 4 ohm cabs.
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#3
Thanks a lot! I'm glad I can get a straight answer here than all the other forums.
#4
Quote by AOD3
Thanks a lot! I'm glad I can get a straight answer here than all the other forums.

Sure thing.

Looks like it outputs its maximum wattage at 4 ohms, so you'll want (2) 8 ohm cabs (combined resistance = 4 ohms), otherwise it'll run at 20w lower (really not a huge difference in volume, but something to consider).
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#5
Balance them carefully, don't want to be crushed under a wall of loud.
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#7
There isn't any. I'd keep it somewhere where it can get some air, some of the cheaper solid state stuff is more prone to overheating, but most have fans. Nonetheless, just be smart about it and keep it cool.
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#9
Ok so I'm going to use the Randall for some shows, but once I can get enough money I was wondering, go for a JCM900 or a Mesa Rectifier? Just to see some opinions.
#10
Quote by AOD3
Ok so I'm going to use the Randall for some shows, but once I can get enough money I was wondering, go for a JCM900 or a Mesa Rectifier? Just to see some opinions.

Completely depends on what you're playing and what version of the JCM900 and Recto you're looking at...
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#11
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Completely depends on what you're playing and what version of the JCM900 and Recto you're looking at...


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#12
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So much for the 'straight answer' kudos...





FINE!

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maybe you're not saying the right things? an amp likes to know you care.





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#13
900 SL-X

But i love those.
Unless its a old 2 channel dual rec...

Then id have both.
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#15
Without knowing what genres you are playing any answer is just pissing in the wind. Give us more info and we can give you an intelligent response.
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