#2
depends which randall, you cant say marshalls are good for metal because of the avts and mgs being so shat, same with the randalls, some cant do metal as well as others?
#4
Well actually, Randall focuses mainly on heavy metal amps so I do believe most of their amps can do metal. They also make quite decent solid state amps.
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#6
I wasn't too fussed on the metal tones I got out of the rg50tc and rm100 combo. They were at low volumes though.
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#8
^Same for my RG100G2, but it doesn't seem to work too well with multi fx, or is that just me? And there's the dynamic difference between clean and overdriven.
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#9
not to many of there combos have 6l6's in them which i usually want for metal, so thats why i usually stay clear of them
#10
They have a **** load of gain... but they still sound thin and fizzy. Most solid state metal amps just can't cut it IMO... not to offend any Dimebag fans out there but it's true.


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