#1
What i need/ My genre/ My budget

Thinking of Randall
Randall RG100G3 G3
Randall Rg50tc

I gig
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#2
Randall RG50tc is a good idea.
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The Randall will be perfect
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#7
^ RG50TC

or what kurdt said! i would quote but too lazy
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I would go for the 100 watt of you can, just to make sure you have all the volume you will need. btw YAY! my 100th post!
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I would go for the 100 watt of you can, just to make sure you have all the volume you will need. btw YAY! my 100th post!



all lies the 50 might be too loud. though i have heard that the RG50TC is kind of quiet for its size
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#10
It would help if we knew what size you gigs are. I mean, I wouldn't take a 100 watt to a one room bar, just like I wouldn't take a 50 watt combo to a huge hall or stadium.
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#11
I would take the B-52 AT112 over the Randall RG50TC

Infact, thats what Im doing next monday. Im getting the AT112.

Its more versatile, and I prefer the smooth gain on it. Lots of people say the Randall needs a speaker upgrade, and the cleans arent that good on it.
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#12
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all lies the 50 might be too loud. though i have heard that the RG50TC is kind of quiet for its size


But i heard tubes are double if not tripple just regular ss amps

IS THIS TRUE?
#13
Quote by classicrocker01
It would help if we knew what size you gigs are. I mean, I wouldn't take a 100 watt to a one room bar, just like I wouldn't take a 50 watt combo to a huge hall or stadium.


I just play 500 to 1000 crowds
#14
Then make sure you get a tube amp. I actually liked the B-52 at 212 i tried out the other day so thts what im reccommending
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Then make sure you get a tube amp. I actually liked the B-52 at 212 i tried out the other day so thts what im reccommending


How does a tube amp sound with pinched? cause i've been haven a problem. My amp to to metaly ive got a fender 212r its loud, great clean but i have to pump up the gain and lower the tone on my rp250 to get a decent warm distion.