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Randall RM100C promises stack-sound out of a combo package

Unveiled at winter NAMM show 2005, the Randall RM100C tube combo amp was also highlighted at Musikmesse Frankfurt. Randall has crammed all the attitude of their MTS Series into a manageable EL34-valve combo amplifier with a pair of 12 inch Celestion G12T-75 speakers kicking out 100 watts.
When Randall set out to design the RM100C, they made sure the cabinet complemented the tone circuit within. It's resulted in a dual-backed amp that's both convenient and capable of impeccable sonic performance. The RM100C also lets you remove a third of the rear panel, giving an option between the punch of a sealed 2x12 and the soft low end of a semi-open-back combo.
The 3-channel modular RM100C not only features a MIDI in/thru, a tube buffered 'Series' and 'Parallel' effects loop and rear panel 'Tube Bias Section', but also offers the option of up to 12 tube preamp modules, supplying the genuine valve tone of anything from a Vox AC30TB to a Marshall Plexi Lead.
The RM100C alsa has a slave output, a world voltage selector (100/120/220/240V) and comes with a 3-button MIDI foot controller.
Randall RM100C valve guitar combo amp
06/2005 pro-music-news
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