#1
http://1800instruments.com.au/Randall-Amplifiers/randall_200_watt_amplifier_head/randall_200_watt_amplifier_head.aspx

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http://1800instruments.com.au/Randall-Amplifiers/Cabinets/RA-412XC/randall_4_x_12_XC.aspx


Is it value for money? I dont know much about amps. Would a good thrash tone be accesible (if used with with Emgs)? Is it durable? Any thaughts at all?
#2
you would get a good thrash tone out of that. And as far as I know they are pretty durable.
#3
Not really that great for the money honestly.

I'm sure you'd probably be able to get a RG50TC combo for that much which will be MUCH better sounding and as loud as you'll ever need. You DO NOT need a halfstack.
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#4
you would be better off looking at something that is a tube combo and halfstacks are too difficult to transport anyway. The Randall RG50TC has good high gain sounds and will be tons cheaper than what your looking at
#5
Randalls tube amps (and perhaps the T2 and V2 hybrids) are about the only Randalls worth looking at. The G2s are pretty average for the money.