Jet City tapped two heavyweights in the modding and amplification world: Mark Marshall of M.A.S. and BFG Amplification.
Brown Amplification is the husband and wife team of Ryan and Dee Brown, who began slinging solder and running leads in 2014 down in McKinney, Texas
Randall’s willingness to go beyond the expected is well-represented in the Randall Thrasher 50 watt and EOD88 amplifier heads.
Enjoy this easy to read Tone Survival Chart on the Randall 667 Amplifier! ROCK ON!
Looking for a ton of boutique tones in one amp? The ValveKing is that amp.
An unbelievable amp for $120 bucks – and an owner / designer that is as humble as pie! ENJOY this coverage of the Four Force EM-1 Guitar Amplifier! DEMO, REVIEW & INTERVIEW.
Peavey has been on the forefront of guitar innovation since 1965. Peavey’s VYPYR VIP Series Modeling Amplifier gives players so many options that the only limitations they have are their own imaginations. Recently, TheToneKing.com had a chance to take the VYPYR VIP for a test drive to see what players have to look forward to from the innovators from Peavey.
In case you’ve been in a blind drunken stupor, Randall amplifiers and TheToneKing.com are giving away a Randall RD1C for 30 Pedals in 30 Days. Of course if you are still drunk, that’s okay. It’s not too late. There are still three days left to get your name in the hat to win one of these bad boys.
Don’t call the Blackstar ID:15 “just another modeling amp.” It knows where you live.
The Randall RG13 has 1.8 Watts of solid-state output. But from what I’ve seen on the demos, I’m starting to think that my house is the only one that obeys the laws of physics. I’d like to see someone put a decibel meter to this thing, because, it seems pretty loud for 1.8 Watts.