Randall Amplifiers announced last week the general availability of its MTS Series modular guitar preamp system, which combines the tone of time-tested tube amplifiers with the convenience of flexible modular technology.
The MTS Series from Randall now helps guitarists change their sound faster. These MTS modules are based on the tonal circuits from Marshall, Vox, Fender and Randall amplifiers. These amps help achieve the tube tones for all music genres. These amplifies help increase tonal flexibility with its bass, mid, treble, gain and master controls.
Randall amps are used by Anthrax, Metallica, Def Leppard, Fear Factory, Linkin Park and Arch Enemy.
Randall amplifiers are utilized by influential rockers such as Linkin Park, Anthrax, Mudvayne, Metallica, Def Leppard, Arch Enemy and Fear Factory to create the signature sound and tone they demand.
The MTS Series makes it quick and simple for musicians to alter their sound - without buying a new amp - by allowing them to easily pop in different MTS Series preamp modules into their amp. MTS modules are based on tone circuits from Fender, Marshall, Vox and Randall amplifiers. Randall MTS Series amps can house up to four slot-loading MTS preamps allowing guitarists to easily create versatile and custom- built rigs for styles ranging from extreme metal to jazz.
The MTS Series makes it easy to achieve an almost endless combination of all-tube tones for guitarist of any music genre. Each MTS Series module utilizes similar panel layouts: gain, bass, mid, treble and master controls which further enhance the flexibility of each distinct tone while catering to the vastly differing needs of guitar players.
"The Randall MTS system allows guitar players to change their sound without having to purchase a completely new amp," said Doug Reynolds, Randall Division Manager. "Our MTS Series is the ultimate on-stage and studio all-tube recording tool that we feel will be an industry standard for years to come."