NAMM 2018: Randall reintroduce the affordable RX15MBC amplifier
Randall has announced the return of a classic; the RX15MBC entry-level two channel 15-watt combo app. Here’s Randall with all the details…ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA, January 25, 2018 — Fresh off another successful holiday sales season, Randall, the leading manufacturer of innovative, class-leading amplifiers since 1970, today reintroduced its popular entry-level combo amp, the (Street Price) $99.99 Randall RX15MBC at Winter NAMM 2018 at Booth 6810 in the Anaheim Convention Center. The highly portable, endlessly delightful two-channel 15-watt amp is sure to introduce a new generation of interested youths to the Randall brand and help develop the next great rockstar.
“A young player’s first guitar and amp is a momentous purchase, and one that can tie them to a brand and a music store for life,” Joe Delaney, Randall Brand Director, said today. “The truth is that Kirk Hammett from Metallica’s first ever amp when he was a kid was a Randall. Now, he is an 8-time Grammy-winning, globally recognized artist with Randall’s flagship signature model bearing his name. It just goes to show you what can happen when you start with the right gear!”
The RX15MBC is available for immediate delivery and offers a fully featured dual gain stage overdrive preamp channel with switchable double-overdrive mode along with a pristine high headroom clean channel powered by a punchy 15-watt amplifier, 6.5 inch classic ‘Jaguar-voiced’ speaker, 3-band analog low-mid-high channel equalization, an auxiliary input for playing audio from music players and mobile devices (great for practicing songs), and a ¼” TS (tip-sleeve) headphone output connector. Traditional black Tolex covering is accented by eye-catching black-chrome steel grille and panel topped off by a sturdy handle for reliable portability.
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The RX15MBC retails at $99.99. For further information head to the Randall website.The post NAMM 2018: Randall reintroduce the affordable RX15MBC amplifier appeared first on The Guitar Magazine.