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Randall Introduces Diavlo Tube Amps

Diavlo means ‘devil’ in Italian and any dish with its namesake is always the hottest on the menu.


Randall RD1C One Watt amplifier Combo

Chicago, IL (January 12, 2013) -- Randall Amplifiers is pleased to announce the launch of the new RD “Diavlo” series of heads, combos, cabinets, and pedals.

Diavlo means ‘devil’ in Italian and any dish with its namesake is always the hottest on the menu. When brand manager Joe Delaney and engineer Mike Fortin fired up the first RD Series amp they knew it would be the hottest amp on the market and named it accordingly! From 1 watt to 100 watts and everything in between, the Diavlo series offers the best flavors of all tube high gain tone solutions. Plug in and start to sweat!

Current Models include:

  • RD100H – 100 watt all tube amplifier with 3 channels/boost
  • RD45H – 45 watt all tube amplifier with 2 channels/boost
  • RD40C – 40 watt all tube 1x12 Combo amplifier with 2 channels/boost
  • RD20H – 20 watt all tube amplifier with 2 channels/boost
  • RD5C/RD5H - 5 watt all tube single channel head or 10” combo
  • RD1C/RD1H - 1 watt all tube single channel head or 8” combo
  • RD412 – 4x12 Cabinet with Steel Grill, Randall or Celestion Speakers
  • RD212 – 2x12 Cabinet with Steel Grill, Randall or Celestion Speakers
  • RD112 – 1x12 Cabinet with Steel Grill, Randall or Celestion Speaker
  • RD110 – 1x10 Cabinet with Steel Grill and Randall Speakers

For more information:
Randall

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