#1
i play death and some black metal ive been wondering if randall would be a good amp to invest in.i have a cab and am just lookin for a head.i wanted a krank but cant afford it.ive got a 480 watt b-52 cab and right now a behringer head sitting on it...what would u recomend?
#2
i'm pretty sure Krank and Randall are around the same price
Gear:
Jackson DKMG Dinky (EMG 81/85)
Ibanez GIO (i put a Dimbucker in the bridge)
Crate GT65 (65 watts) to be upgraded soon, suggestions welcome (must be tubed)
Floor Pod (for sale)
#3
pretty sure dimebag used randall and then switched to krank........randall warhead i believe.......like the guy above says, probably similar in pricing
#4
Quote by ChaoticVengence
i'm pretty sure Krank and Randall are around the same price



^thats a negative^


Krank makes basically 3 models of amps two heads and one mini stack


randall makes a ton of stuff from cheap to slightly pricey....randall designs only high gain amps and all of them will kill a behringer,try any of the amps in the g3 series
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#5
Quote by sowhat360
pretty sure dimebag used randall and then switched to krank........randall warhead i believe.......like the guy above says, probably similar in pricing



thats another negative....dimebag played a randall rg100 and a century 200 onstage and recording....he never played a warhead onstage, or recorded with it....and the krank rev costs like 1600 brand new,.....a warhead is discontinued and is cheap on ebay
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#6
Randalls are great amps. I recommend them. I had a G3 series amplifier back in the day. It was great for the heavy stuff. I wasn't too fond of it for anything else.


^ Yes Dimebag did use RG100ES amps for drive and Century 200 amps for cleans, but don't double post!
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