Smooth overdriven tone with plenty of punch is this cabinet's calling card. Perfect for high-gain tones and crispy cleans.
Based on the legendary RG100 and RG80, this combo has the unmistakable FET solid state sound Randall is known for, voiced through two RS12-80-8 speakers.
Become a master of high-gain tone: plug in to the Randall Thrasher head and fine-tune your sound with unique low-frequency and high-frequency gain controls.
Designed with help from Periphery's Misha Mansoor, the 20-watt invective.MH has two footswitchable channels and packs a heck of a punch from a tiny package.
The 6L6 all-tube power that roars from the Randall RD45H can handle a number of styles. Perfect for effects, this amp can make any guitar sound great.
This beast of an amp offers an intelligent noise gate and switchable FX loop -- in addition to a sizable helping of powerful, richly focused Randall tone.
This throwback Peavey 2x12 cab features a convertible open or closed-back design, stereo and mono capability and Celestion Vintage 30 and GT-75T speakers.
A set of four Celestion Vintage 30s power this supercharged angled cabinet. Heavy-duty casters and a set of handy recessed handles make for easy transport.
Dressed in a modern, black-on-black tolex and grille combo, and loaded with a single Celestion Greenback, this Peavey 112-6 cab is perfect for all styles.
Loaded with a pair of crystal clear 12" Celestion Vintage 30 speakers, the heavy-duty Randall Diavlo cabinet can handle up to 120 punishing watts of power.
With a 16 ohm rating, convertible open- or closed-back design and a tweed-style covering, the Peavey 112-C is the perfect cab to pair with your vintage amp.
Loaded with two Celestion Greenback 25 speakers, this Peavey 2x12 cabinet is built from 18mm plywood, finished with classy black tolex and grille cloth.
With two channels and 80 watts of power, the versatile Randall RG80 combo amp delivers devastating tone -- clean or with the gain maxed out.
This versatile two-channel amp features an adjustable boost to let you manage the massive sounds the 6V6 tubes create.