#1
is it metal friendly,i also need it to be good for recording in a studio,and for small gigs in the future(hopefully)
#8
Please use the "Edit" button.

It's a solid tube amp for metal, especially with a nicely voiced OD. A good step up would be a used 5150, but that's $600-$800.
#9
I have an RG50TC, and it's pretty good.

I think there might be something wrong with my gain channel, because it sounds like a fuzz pedal with the gain and mids cranked to 11. But I dont care, I got it on sale and I have a nice distortion pedal + over drive. But I;ve played the head version, and the gain didnt sound like that, and I hear other people say its decent, so maybe mine is just messed up.

even when you think about it, it's a really good amp. think: 12" Celestion speaker, 50W all tube, reverb, FX loop, cost effective...good deal
#10
It's got external test points to check for biasing too.

Great amp. Metal Friendly? It's a randall...
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#11
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It's got external test points to check for biasing too.

Great amp. Metal Friendly? It's a randall...

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