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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by HeHasTheJazzHands, Dec 25, 2012.
EDIT: Derp, they've been on for awhile now.
Speaking of future Randall products, this may be old to some but for those who missed it here is a video interview with Mike Fortin from NAMM 2014:
Watch those last 45 seconds...
(from 7:40 - 8:30)
Since a Thordendal sig is in the works, and he's going to be doing some 'cutting edge' stuff, maybe we'll get some super high tech tube head with midi switching, presets, IR loading, etc. like the DAR had.
Thats the only thing I can think of, really. Curious to see what he comes up with.
No doubt. Honestly, the first thought that comes to mind is Line 6.
If it ends up being line 6, kiss that IR loader goodbye.
Line 6 has its own secret plans to take on the modeler market...
So, since some of you actually own the Diavlo amps: I'm thinking of getting the 5 watt head and 112-V30 cab. I play metal AND 90's grunge/alternative (think soundgarden) through a SD JB in the bridge, and I do some clean stuff through a P90 in the neck. The only demos I've heard on YouTube are balls to the wall, Max gain metal. How are the cleans? How are the hard rock tones (do they even exist)? Is this amp just off/sterile low volume clean and uber metal, or is it actually versatile?
Fortin tweaked active pickups? Stahp!
I have the 1 watt version, and the tone knob combined with the mid-shift switch is incredible. There's so many tones available, you wouldn't believe it came from an amp with three knobs.
I gotta have it.
Let's hope there's a mini Thrasher or something in one of those boxes.
Can't believe it took this long to find a decent mic'd demo of the RGs.
He adds a TS at around 4:30.
You know, back in like 2004 i was going crazy talking about how manufacturers needed to come out with low wattage tube amps for the home/bedroom player and now this explosion happened while i've been out of the "scene"
I hope it just keeps getting better and better
Not for epileptics!
My other guitarist plays an RD45 and I assure you, the cleans are good.
9 pin power tubes means EL84s... something mini this way comes. Only seeing two preamp tubes though there could be a third one under the wires so that rules out a Thrasher mini
Also Fortin said in his comments that the Thordendal amp is a long way off, so I doubt that will be release at winter NAMM.
He said there's no EL84s, but we'll find out at NAMM.