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Randall MTS Series Amps

Introduction

Randall has asked famed amp builder Bruce Egnater to create a line of amps that is very intriguing. What is so unique about the Randall MTS series, each amp features a modular preamp section that allows the user to swap preamp modules. These preamp modules replicate the preamp section of different amps ranging from a Marshall Plexi to Fender Twin to Bogner Ectasy. Unlike other amp modeling systems the Randall MTS system is a completely tube circuit featuring 6L6, EL34 or EL84 power amp sections and each module contains 2 12AX7 preamp tubes.

There is a parallel line of products available from Egnater at a different price point.

This concept is not new as Seymour Duncan issued the Convertible during the 1980's which featured swappable modules but the idea never took off.

Randall MTS Form Factor

The Randall MTS series features all common amp form factors of a rack system, combo and head. The combos come in 100 watt, 80 watt, 50 watt and a newly announced 20 watt version. Heads come in 100 and 50 watt and the rack system features separate preamp and power amps with a tube power amp rated at 50 watts and a 200 watt solid state power amp.

Randall MTS Features

Before we get into the specifics of each amp lets look at some of the unique features of the Randall MTS series.
  • Each amp has built in bias check points and adjustment pots for easy bias changes
  • Tube buffered effects loop
  • Midi channel switching on some models
  • World voltage AC input selector (100/120/220/240)

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    Information on Randal MTS Modules

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