Randall Guitar Amplifiers, All Amp Types

Randall THRASHER 50 Guitar Amp Head

Randall Guitar Amplifiers is a USA brand of guitar amplifier having roots in the original first wave of tube guitar amp designs of the 50s. Don Randall partnered with Leo Fender in 1946 to develop, market, and distribute Fender instruments and Fender amplifiers. He became vice president and general manager of the Fender Musical Instrument and Fender Sales divisions of CBS until his departure from the company in 1969. Don Randall is forever rooted in American history as a pioneer in our industry and as one of the key contributors to the development of Rock music. In 1970, he founded Randall Guitar Amplifiers with a focus on the technology surrounding the use of solid-state circuits instead of vacuum tubes. Many of these early FET transistor circuits are still the benchmark for solid-state amps to this day. In 1990 Don Randall sold the brand to US Music Corp in Wisconsin who operated the brand until it was acquired by Washburn International in 1995. There are many randall valve amplifier designs now available with signature models also on the market.

See below our list of Randall guitar amplifiers. We collect up the prices from various sites across the internet and display the prices in a list. Review the amplifier list below and select the guitar amp model you are interested in and you will be taken to a new page displaying comparison prices and the technical specification. Just select the supplier with the best price and you will be taken to the supplier site to place your order. Hopefully, you will get a good deal and save some money.

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Types of Guitar Amplifier

There are many different styles of guitar amplifier on the market, as can be seen from the list. Each guitar amplifier type is designed to either work with a specific type of guitar or to generate a specific sound type. For instance you would buy a Bass combo guitar amp to use with your bass guitar. There are also different styles of circuits used to generate the overall sound that is produced, the biggest difference being between tube guitar amplifier circuits and solid state guitar amplifier circuits. which became popular in the 70’s. The type of sound generate by a valve amplifier and a solid state are very different.

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