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RANDALL JAGUAR SPEAKERS???
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Hey guys hows it going? I was just wondering since I am a True 80's M-E-T-A-L "Die Hard Solid State" Player & I LOVE my Randall RG100ES Heads/Cabs (Thanks Dime R.I.P. Buddy \m/) I was wondering if any of you Own one or have ever played through any Randall 4x12 Jaguar RES-80 equipped Cabs before? Me personally I really like these Jags they have some nice Low End "Thump" good "Mids/Highs"....all around they are some really good Speakers! I believe Eminence made them for Don back in the day? If any of you have it would be cool to hear your opinion on them. Anyway let me know...Thanks & Take It Easy...Steve \m/

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Re: RANDALL JAGUAR SPEAKERS???
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Hey Steve, never tried them out, I've been an ADA diehard for many many years now and before that I used my 1972 Marshall 50.  I used to run into a 2 x 12 open back cab that had Fender Twin speakers in it (I believe they were Eminence but quite different no doubt).  Worked well with both the Marshall and early ADA MP1 rig.  While I can come at using a clean/transparent transistor power amp, I still prefer valve pre-amps.
Hey, but each to their own  :thumb-up:
Cheers Richard
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Re: RANDALL JAGUAR SPEAKERS???
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I have used Randal Jag speakers.  I just sold my 4x12" the other week Randall RG.

I really liked that cab though.  I just sold it as I was getting different cabs that were more in favour of my amp setup.

The only thing I would say about the Jags was that they cold be quite fizzy with certain gear and you'd probably have to work that out of the sound via EQ, but the was good clarity and detail and the bottom end was tight as tight can be, good response.

I had the RX4x12.  Slightly more compact 4x12" which made it even nicer as it was easy to get into car's etc.
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Re: RANDALL JAGUAR SPEAKERS???
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The Jags were used back in the day. But not really that great they fart pretty bad.  Your Randall Head will love aMarshall/Soldano/Vht/Mesa cab. The Randall Cabs are very limited on over all volume and punch. Dime can be seen very many times rocking Marshall cabs along with the Randall 2x15. Vader Cabs nothing around offered some extremely solid 2x15 with Eminence that just Crush as well as the 4x10s and 4x12s. Eminence have sear power and move a lot of air. But the Celestions have that highend backup we all grew up too.

Even Randalls highend cabs are basically a Marshall loaded with either Gt75s or V30s.
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Re: RANDALL JAGUAR SPEAKERS???
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Funny mine never farted or sounded bad at all.  I'd buy em again if I'm honest.  Wonder what RandallRG thinks.
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Guitars:1986 Westone Dimension IV, 1989 Korean Squier Fat Strat Silver Series, 1998 Korean Squier Fat Strat, MIM Fender Fat Strat - FR, Squier Stagemaster Deluxe - Thru Neck x 2, Squier Stagemaster 22 Fret - 1st Gen, 1999 Squier Showmaster - Anniversary Edition, Squier Showmaster, Tokai FV40 Flying V

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Re: RANDALL JAGUAR SPEAKERS???
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Good question haven't heard from him in a while, hey Steve ?  what's happening my METAL friends ?
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